maybe a design contest?
Pittsburgh Summer Fun List
Join Yoga Hive and your neighbors for yoga in the park Sunday morning's. Starting July 10 through the end of August. 9:30 am!
because every afternoon doesn't need to be spent in the office
All kinds of trails! http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/raccooncreek/raccooncreek_trails.aspx
Geocaching Curriculum from Venture Outdoors utilizes satellite technology and hand-held GPS units to engage children and their caregivers in active outdoor recreation. The project empowers childcare centers to create and run geocaching courses and related programming for their young participants. Join the next geocaching program at ventureoutdoors.org.
Laurel Caverns is Pennsylvania's largest cave, located just 50 miles south of Pittsburgh. The cavern itself is situated beneath a 435 acre geological park.
Spellunking, repelling, and 18-hole cave themed mini-golf!
Actually located in West Virginia, but less than an hour away. Take the guided tour through the ornate palace, stroll through the award-winning rose garden, watch devotees chant in the temple, even get a free vegetarian lunch!
they have all kinds of sewing classes and a really cool studio space in East Liberty
Each Thursday, Market Square welcomes hundreds of Pittsburghers to it's weekly farmer's market from 10am-2pm. Shop fresh vegetables, flowers, pierogies, pies, jellies, jams, and a whole lot more! A live band plays each week under the Square's tent in the corner by PPG Place. All in all, it's a great time!