More than 31 ways to March through the next month in Pittsburgh

From ice skating to pi day, it all adds up to almost infinite ways to explore the steel city

by Lindsay Patross
March 1, 2019

In like a lion, out like a lamb, so the saying goes. We are ready to March through the next month with a list of more than 31 things to keep drinking, moving, dancing, crafting and dining around Pittsburgh.

Our very first event is a combines several of our Pittsburgh favorites into one winter punch. Join us for a skate date on Sunday, March 3rd. Take a few spins around the rink or sip some hot chocolate, tickets are $8 which includes skates and hot chocolate. Regardless of how you divide your time over the next month, be sure to add our Pie Day party to your calendar on March 14.  We will have pie and beer, and we promise it will equal a good time for all. 

 

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  • PLAY – Strange Roots Bingo Night @ Strange Roots Experimental Ales (Millvale) – With prizes that include T-shirts, growlers, sandwiches, and Twinkies, who wouldn’t want to play bingo at Strange Roots?!?

 

Friday 3/8

  • STORYTELLING – WordPlay @ Bricolage – Everyday folks tell stories set to live, real-time DJ accompaniment.

 

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Monday 3/11

  • KNIT – Knit Clinic @ Workshop PGH – Workshop’s knitting instructor is hosting a drop-in help session.

 

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Thursday 3/14

  • PIE – SAVE THE DATE! We’re having a pie day party. More details to come! @ East End Brewing

 

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Wednesday 3/20

  • HIKE – Full Moon Hike @ Riverview Park -Hike through Riverview Park, using only the moon to guide you

 

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Saturday 3/23

  • DANCE – Honky-Tonk Jukebox @ Elks #339 – A monthly dance-hall style concert performance hosted by Jon Bindley of Bindley Hardware Co. Come for the Willie, stay for the Merle.

 

Sunday 3/24

  • DANCE – West Philadelphia Orchestra @ Cattivo – Can’t wait for Pittonkatonk in May? WPO’s Balkan-influced brass gets the dance party started this March.

 

Monday 3/25

  • YOGA – Manic Monday Yoga @ deFER Coffee & Tea – A yoga class food and a drink from deFER for $25.

 

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Friday 3/29

  • DRINK – Cocktail Classic @ The Pennsylvanian – 20 of the city’s best bars and bartenders to shake, stir, and sling their finest libations.

 

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Sunday 3/31

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

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