Holidays in the ‘Burgh

What to do this week in Pittsburgh: March 11-17, 2019

Happy St. Patrick’s (and St. Catrick’s) Day.

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Rossilynne Culgan

You’re in luck this week.

There’s so much to do, and it’s St. Patrick’s Day (and St. Catrick’s Day, too). Get into the holiday spirit with the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, a St. Catrick’s cat show, and a shamrock crafting workshop.

Also this week, deck out your denim, learn how to have tough conversations, and practice yoga among works of art. Here’s what’s going on in Pittsburgh for the next seven days.

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Incline events

🗣 10 a.m. Monday: Nominate advertising, PR and marketing pros for The Incline’s Who’s Next: Communicators class.

🎺 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 (Allegheny Center): Celebrate the honorees of Who’s Next: Musicians at our happy hour. Meet the class here.

🌱 Wednesday, April 3: Save the date for Spring into Action, a volunteer fair hosted by Pittsburgh Cares and The Incline.

Partner events

📚 7 p.m. Friday, April 5 (Oakland): Put your literary knowledge to the test during Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Battle of the Books: After Hours Edition. Put together a team in advance or show up to witness the scholarly smackdown.

Events you’ll love

Monday, March 11

👖 7 p.m. Monday (Crafton): Deck out your denim with pins, studs, and patches. Bring your own denim item or buy a new piece from the hosts at Lynn & Barrett boutique.

Tuesday, March 12

🗣 5:30 p.m. Tuesday (East Liberty): Practice the art of mastering difficult workplace conversations in this free communication workshop at Ascender.

Wednesday, March 13

🤓 6 p.m. Wednesday (Millvale): Learn the business of being a creative and get inspired to start your own business during this free workshop at the Millvale Community Library, featuring a tea bar.

Thursday, March 14

🙏 7 p.m. Thursday (Oakland): Relax and stretch among the artwork during a yoga class at Carnegie Museum of Art.

Friday, March 15

🎉 6 p.m. Friday (North Shore): Celebrate Mardi Gras at Carnegie Science Center’s themed 21+ night, which promises “a night of indulgence and scientifically sinful fun.”

Saturday, March 16

🇮🇪 10 a.m. Saturday (Downtown): Watch the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, a Pittsburgh tradition.

🌱 10 a.m. Saturday (Point Breeze): Get ready for spring with this seed starting workshop in the greenhouse at The Frick.

🍯 11 a.m. Saturday (Bloomfield): Shop the Bloomfield Saturday Market for locally made delicacies.

☘️ 3 p.m. Saturday (Millvale): Upcycle six-pack rings into shamrocks for St. Patrick’s Day in this workshop hosted by a local artist.

🎵 9 p.m. Saturday (Lawrenceville): Grab your scrunchie and your butterfly clips and head to Belvedere’s for ’90s Night featuring “hip-hop, pop, R&B, house, booty bass, alternative, and punk.”

Sunday, March 17

🐱 10 a.m. Sunday (Ross Township): Celebrate St. Catrick’s Day at this cat show where dozens of pedigreed and non-pedigreed felines will compete for best in show.

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

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