This Weekend in Pittsburgh: September 27-30

Take a trip to Greensburg to see the Westmoreland Museum of Art and check out Greensburg Craft Beer Week, the best church rummage sale is in Fox Chapel and trade in your coffee for a cocktail at our first Creative Mornings @ Night on Monday. 

by Lindsay Patross
September 26, 2019

This weekend is all about learning new things. Learn about some of the breweries in just outside of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Craft Beer Week. Artist & illustrator Lisa Cogdon will be in town for an artist talk on Friday and we hope you will join us for the very first Creative Mornings @ Night on Monday.

Art is always free in Greensburg // Did you know that admission to The Westmoreland Museum of Art is always free? A reminder that this weekend is the end of Greensburg Craft Beer Week. Stop by the museum and then head to one of the many breweries in Greensburg. Take a peek at Fury Brewing before you go.

Trading coffee for cocktails // We’ve teamed up with the folks at Creative Mornings to bring you a nighttime take on their monthly lecture series. Join us on Monday, September 30, for Creative Mornings @ Night for an evening of learning and drinks. We’ve got an all-star lineup of guests, including author Damon Young and artist Dee Briggs, who will lead discussions on the topic of justice & muse.

A beer inspired by coasters // 412 Brewery has just released the Log Jammer’s Revenge. This beer inspired by Kennywood is now on tap at the 412 Brewery taproom in the Northside.

Twang // Live country music and cheap beer are on tap for the Honky-Tonk Jukebox. Take a peek at our latest video then grab your boots and head to the Allegheny Elks on Saturday night.

From Pittsburgh with love // Advertising folks from coast to coast subscribe to The Daily Carnage a quick morning email newsletter with helpful tools and industry news that is curated by Carney, a Pittsburgh agency located in Regent Square. (This post is sponsored by ‘The Yearly Carnage, Carney’s 2nd annual marketing conference which takes place at the New Hazlett Theater on October 4, 2019)

Golden treasures // Head over to our Instagram account to see our #pghfind of the week. Each week we will highlight a unique item in our feed.

 

This weekend in Pittsburgh:

Thursday 9/26

8 pm // Pittsburgh Underwear Bike Ride

Strip down to your gutchies and join this bike ride that promotes positive body image and safe cycling.

Friday 9/27

6:45 pm // FULLTIMEPGH: Find Your Artistic Voice, an Evening with Lisa Congdon @ Ace Hotel

FULLTIMEPGH is a collective of local artists and designers. The FULLTIMEPGH team has put on some excellent events over the past few years. Join FULLTIMEPGH to hear Lisa Congdon speak about her work as an artist. Congdon works for clients around the world and is the author of eight books.

Saturday 9/28

8 am – 3 pm // Shop the Harvest Fair @ Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church

Those who know, go to this thrift sale every year. Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church Harvest Fair is one of the largest church sales in town. This is way more than a rummage sale – there are rooms filled with furniture, housewares, books, clothing and more. #PGHProTip: If you go later in the day, all of the prices are marked down by 50% and sometimes even 75% off.

Sunday 9/29

10 am – 5 pm // Free Admission to the Children’s Museum & Museum Lab

As part of RADical Days, the Children’s Museum & Museum Lab are offering free admission. RAD stands for Regional Asset District. There is a 1% sales tax in Allegheny County. One half of that tax is distributed by RAD in the form of grants to local cultural organizations.

Monday 9/30

6 pm // Creative Mornings @ Night @ City of Asylum

The theme for our first Creative Mornings @ Night is “Justice and Muse.”

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

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