What to do this week in Pittsburgh: Sept. 24-30, 2018

Kayak with cops. Savor Pittsburgh. Search the North Side.

Allegheny West

Allegheny West

Melanie Linn Gutowski / For The Incline
MJ Slaby

Update Sept. 26: Wednesday’s event, Kayak with Cops, was cancelled due to water conditions, per Venture Outdoors.

It’s officially fall, and the last outdoor events of the year are in full swing.

This week, kayak with cops, search the North Side, and commemorate the Treaty of Fort Pitt, the first treaty between the U.S. and any American Indian nation. If you want some indoor fun, there’s networking, an all-Jay-Z night, and memorable meals at Savor Pittsburgh.

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Incline events

🚌 5:30 p.m. Wednesday (Lower Lawrenceville): Meet our Who’s Next: Transit class, and celebrate their work at a happy hour.

🗳 5 p.m. Oct. 8: Nominate rising leaders for our third Who’s Next: Politics class.

Partner events

🎵 7:30 p.m. Friday (Oakland): Listen to the eerie and beautiful sounds of the Theremin played live alongside acoustic and electronic instruments in a performance by Carnegie Mellon University faculty and visiting artists.

Other events you’ll love

Monday, Sept. 24

🌙 6:30 p.m. Monday (Highland Park): Come together for Harvest Moon Yoga taught by Pittsburgh-based teachers.

Tuesday, Sept. 25

💼 6 p.m. Tuesday (North Shore): Get away from the office and network with local business owners and entrepreneurs in a casual setting with pub food and craft beer.

Wednesday, Sept. 26

👮 6 p.m. Wednesday (North Shore): Kayak the Allegheny with Pittsburgh police from Zones 1 and 6 and then mingle at a social hour.

Thursday, Sept. 27

🍽 6:30 p.m. Thursday (North Oakland): Try appetizers, entrees, desserts and cocktails, as local chefs face off to earn the “dish of the year” award at Savor Pittsburgh. Say hi to Rossilynne Culgan, our food and culture editor, who is one of the judges.

Friday, Sept. 28

🎶 10 p.m. Friday (Garfield): Dance to all Jay-Z music all night to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of “Vol. 2… Hard Knock Life.”

Saturday, Sept. 29

🔍 10 a.m. Saturday (Allegheny Center): Race around the North Side for this scavenger hunt that includes prizes for first, second and third place winners.

🍂 10:30 p.m. Saturday (South Side): See Smokin’ Betties Burlesque at their fall show “Autumn Leaves & Flirty Tease.”

🖋 11 a.m. Saturday (Downtown): Step back in time to honor the 240th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Fort Pitt, the first between the U.S. and any American Indian nation.

🚗 11 a.m. Saturday (Allegheny West): Explore the lesser-known parts of the neighborhood, and check out classic cars that live there.

🐶 4 p.m. Saturday (Scott Township): Spend time with your dog while doing yoga at doga. Bonus: You’ll learn doggy massage techniques.

Sunday, Sept. 30

🚤 8:30 a.m. Sunday (Allison Park): Go to the Pittsburgh Dragon Boat Festival to see boat races and cultural demonstrations, eat, shop and more.

“Other Events You’ll Love” are curated by The Incline’s editorial staff. To have your event considered, send an event link to tips@theincline.com — subject line: Event listing — at least two weeks in advance.

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