What to do this week in Pittsburgh: June 24-July 1, 2018

A bloody mary festival, a pasta party, and a limoncello celebration.

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Rossilynne Culgan

Now that it’s officially summer, the weekends are filling up, and there’s plenty to do this week to soak up the sunny vibes, from Open Streets to a music festival to a limoncello party.

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Incline events

🍹 5:30 p.m. Monday (Allegheny Center): Meet our Who’s Next: Food and Drink class.

🍦 Vote in the championship round of the Ultimate Pittsburgh Frozen Treat bracket by 10 a.m. Tuesday.

❓ Choose our next Peculiar Pittsburgh story by voting through Tuesday.

🎉 5 p.m. Wednesday (Winner TBA): Join us for a pop-up celebration for the Frozen Treat bracket champion. RSVP here.

🖥 Submit a nomination for Who’s Next: Technology by July 10.

Sunday, June 24

🚲 9 a.m. Sunday (Downtown, Strip District, and Lawrenceville): Get outside for Open Streets.

🍅 11 a.m. Sunday (Troy Hill): Do some bloody mary research to crown Pittsburgh’s best. While you’re at it, bookmark our Pittsburgh bloody mary guide.

🏡 Noon Sunday (Observatory Hill): Take in skyline views in at the Observatory Hill house tour. Looking for more Pittsburgh house tours this summer? We’ve got you covered.

♀ Noon Sunday (Garfield): Check out the Feminist Zine Fest.

Monday, June 25

🖋 7 p.m. Monday (Mount Washington): Learn to make beautiful letters at this hand-lettering workshop.

Tuesday, June 26

🍝 6 p.m. Tuesday (Strip District): While eating pasta, hear celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich talk about her new memoir.

Wednesday, June 27

📱 5 p.m. Wednesday (Allegheny Center): Learn about RUSafe to champion domestic abuse prevention.

Thursday, June 28

📣 6:30 p.m. Thursday (East Liberty): Join in on “Let’s Talk About Race,” an evening of conversation and action against racism.

🖼 7 p.m. Thursday (Troy Hill): At Everyone Belongs in Troy Hill, check out a new neighborhood mural and enjoy “free grillin, free tunes.”

Friday, June 29

🍻 6 p.m. Friday (North Shore): See LEGO works of art, play giant beer pong and more at Carnegie Science Center’s 21+ Block Party.

Saturday, June 30

♻ 9 a.m. Saturday (Aspinwall): Help clean-up Pittsburgh’s rivers at Paddle Without Pollution.

🎨 11 a.m. Saturday (Oakland): Yoga. Paint. Party.

🍋 1 p.m. Saturday (Downtown): Transport yourself to the Amalfi Coast at Festa di Limoncello.

🤓 1 p.m. Saturday (Strip District): Brush up on your yinzer knowledge with a guided Heinz History Center tour titled “Pittsburgh’s Attic From Glass to Ketchup.”

🍻 3 p.m. Saturday (Oakland): Soak up the summer vibes at the WYEP Summer Music Festival.

Sunday, July 1

🎉 Noon Sunday (South Side): Eat, drink and dance at Pittsburgh’s first Serbfest.

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