It’s officially the dog days of summer.
This week, celebrate the season with the Deutschtown Music Festival, a classic car show, and an ice cream party.
While it’s a good time for revelry, it’s also a good time to stay cool inside and be a part of important conversations about everything from parole to the draft.
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H 5:30 p.m. July 19 (Greenfield): Honor pittsburgH getting its H back with games, discounts and prizes at HougH’s. rsvp Here.
🍎 5:30 p.m. July 25 (Downtown): Celebrate our Who’s Next: Education class at a happy hour event in their honor. RSVP here.
Monday, July 9
💪 12 p.m. Monday (Downtown): Get moving with a free HIIT/Boot Camp class in Market Square.
Tuesday, July 10
📽 7 p.m. Tuesday (Lawerencville): Learn about the final days of the Soviet Union and watch the “wickedly funny satire” film The Death of Stalin.
Wednesday, July 11
📣 6:30 p.m. Wednesday (Garfield): Join in on “Pardons & Parole,” a community dialogue at BOOM Concepts with politicians and formerly incarcerated people.
Thursday, July 12
🗣 7 p.m. Thursday (Strip District): Hear from a panel of experts and veterans on the topic “Should We Bring Back the Draft?”
Friday, July 13
🎶 2 p.m. Friday (North Side): Kick off the weekend early at the Deutschtown Music Festival.
👓 6 p.m. Friday (Garfield and Lawrenceville): Uhh, find a way … to celebrate Jeff Goldblum Day.
Saturday, July 14
🎭 10 a.m. Saturday (Carnegie): If you’ve ever dreamed of being in a play, here’s your chance to audition with the Pittsburgh New Works Festival.
🚘 11 a.m. Saturday (Squirrel Hill): Admire vintage cars at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix.
🎸 11 a.m. Saturday (North Side): Find your new favorite band at the Deutschtown Music Festival, a daylong celebration.
💥 1 p.m. Saturday (Downtown): Watch — and listen — as the Fort Pitt Garrison fires the museum’s replica British six-pounder cannon and demonstrates 18th century military drills.
💃 7 p.m. Saturday (Oakland): See a tap dancing dryer lint puppet — yes, you read that right — at this puppetry showcase.