Summer Starts in June: 30 Things to Do This Month in Pittsburgh

“Spring being a tough act to follow, God created June.” – Al Bernstein

by Lindsay Patross
June 1, 2019

From the Three Rivers Arts Festival to free concerts at Hartwood, summer is prime time to explore Pittsburgh. Here is our day-by-day calendar for June!

Saturday // June 1

2 pm – Local x Global: Northside @ Allegheny City Brewing

Sunday // June 2

8 am – Highland Park Yard Sale

Monday // June 3

10 am – Dress for Success Fill-A-Bag Sale

Tuesday // June 4

8 pm – Toots & The Maytals @ Roxian Theater

Wednesday // June 5

7:30 pm – 70’s Drag Queen Bing @ Couch Brewery

Thursday // June 6

9:45 1m – Walking Tour; Downtown’s Best: Special Places and Spaces

Friday // June 7

6 pm – Unblurred – First Fridays on Penn Ave Gallery Crawl

Saturday // June 8

11 am – Mister Rogers Family Day 2019

Looking for more neighborly inspiration, check out our post on all of the ways to follow Mister Rogers on social media.

Sunday // June 9

9 am – Aspinwall’s Town Wide Yard Sale

Monday // June 10

8 pm – Silent Sukhasana @ Belvederes Ultra-Drive

Every Monday night, head to Belvederes for a silent disco-style yoga class.

Tuesday // June 11

4 pm – Lawrenceville Farmers Market

Wednesday // June 12

5:30 pm – Yoga in the Square @ Market Square

Free yoga class every Wednesday at 5:30. The class is free, but you must BYOM (bring your own yoga mat).

Thursday // June 13

6:00 pm – Potholes & Pierogies @ Allegheny Center
The City of Pittsburgh hosts dinner and a discussion of the 2020 Pittsburgh Capital Budget.

Friday // June 14

9 am – Open Coffee Club @ AlphaLab

Free coffee meet-up for entrepreneurs and those looking to learn more about applying to the AlphaLab incubator

Saturday // June 15

12 pm – South Side Presbyterian Church Landmark Dedication Celebration

Sunday // June 16

7:30 pm – Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe @ Three Rivers Arts Festival

Monday // June 17

Full Moon & Glow Stand Up Paddle Tour

Tuesday // June 18

9 pm – Ocean Alley @ Spirit

Psychadelic surf-rock band from Australia is making a stop in Pittsburgh.

Wednesday // June 19

5 pm or 8 pm – Hello Neighbor Community Dinner @ Scratch F&B

Thursday // June 20

6 pm – WMNBikePGH Monthly Ride

A no-drop 10-mile bike ride around Pittsburgh with BikePGH’s Women and Non-Binary Program

Friday // June 21

Make Music Day Pittsburgh

Free workshops around the city to learn and perform.

Saturday // June 22

8 am – Morningside Yard Sale

Sunday // June 23

1 pm – Community Garden Party @ Mattress Factory

Monday // June 24

11:30 am – Self-Guided Tours of the Old Allegheny County Jail Museum

Tuesday // June 25

4 pm – Lawrenceville Farmers Market

Wednesday // June 26

7:30 pm – Row House Cinema’s 5th Birthday & The Princess Bride

Thursday // June 27

8 pm – Pittsburgh Underwear Bike Ride

Friday // June 28

5 pm – Summer Fridays at the Frick: Name That Tune

Saturday // June 29

9 am – Bloomfield Saturday Market

Sunday // June 30

9 am – Open Streets PGH @ Downtown, Strip District & Lawrenceville

Pittsburgh born and raised, Lindsay has been writing about the people who love Pittsburgh since 2008.

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