Events

Bethel Park Recreational Turkey Trot 5K Run & Walk

When:

11/28/2019 7:30 AM

Where:

515 Clifton Road, Bethel Park, PA US 15102

What:

Location: Montour Trail, starting line is 800 ft north of JR Taylor Bridge

Parking: Available at Washington School & Al's Cafe

Advance Packet Pickup: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, 11/24-11/27 at Bethel Park Community Center (5151 Park Avenue, Bethel Park, PA 15102)

Cash Prize: Top 3 Male & Female finishers ($250 for 1st Place, $100 for 2nd Place, $50 for 3rd Place)

Awards: Medals to top Masters finishers (Age 40+) and top 3 in each age group (12 & Under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+)

T-Shirts: Guaranteed to all who register by 10/31 (Online or postmarked) 

Mail-in Registration: Bethel Park Recreation, 5151 Park Avenue, Bethel Park, PA 15102

https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/BethelPark/ThanksgivingDayBethelParkRecreationTurkeyTrot5kRunWalk

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PHLF October Walking Tours

When:

10/31/2019

Where:

Various

What:

Our October calendar is full of walking tour opportunities. Two of our tours include music––the Choral Evensong at Calvary Episcopal Church in Shadyside, and a special performance by young musicians in CMU’s Creative Expressions program at East Liberty Presbyterian Church. You are welcome to attend these free performances, even if you are not able to join us for the tours.

 

Visit www.phlf.org and click on Tours & Events for more details. In an entertaining, informative manner, our docents bring to life the architectural significance of the Pittsburgh region.

www.phlf.org

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JDRF One Walk

When:

09/21/2019 8:30 AM

Where:

Schenley Park, Flagstaff Hill

What:

JDRF One Walk is an event to raise money and awareness of Type 1 diabetes. It is a fun, family-friendly event that gives people with Type 1, their loved ones, companies and the local community the opportunity to come together, create change and positively impact lives of those living with Type 1.

https://www2.jdrf.org/site/TR/Walk/WesternPennsylvaniaChapter4576?fr_id=7875&pg=entry

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Carling Nolan

(412) 258-1319

Fineview Citizens Council Step Challenge 2019

When:

10/12/2019 8:30 AM

Where:

Fineview Overlook

What:

The purpose of the step challenge is to promote the neighborhood with its amazing view, interesting vistas and easy access to Downtown, sporting and cultural events.  This is the primary fundraiser for the Fineview Citizens Council to be able to offer unique programming to its community and to support beautification efforts of the neighborhood.  Among the steps are Pittsburgh's steepest stairset (331 steps) on Rising Main Avenue which is the equivalent of a 17 story building.  The course covers 12 public staircases for a total of over 1,600 steps and provides breathtaking views along the way. Registration is $30.00

Parking is located at the lot on Lanark Street across from the old WPXI station.  Additional parking is at the Fineview Field, located at the bottom of Myler and Lee Street.

www.fineviewpgh.org

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PHLF September Walking Tours

When:

09/30/2019 Various

Where:

PIttsburgh

What:

​Three September tours are sold out: our bus tour of Longfellow, Alden & Harlow Houses in Sewickley on September 14; our walking tour of Automobile Row in the Bloomfield-Friendship neighborhoods on September 15; and our walking tour of Point Breeze on September 21. However, space is available on the following tours; please click on the links for details and join us for one or more tours. Pittsburgh tour; paid reservations required by Tuesday, October 1) 

Visit www.phlf.org and click on Tours & Events for more details. In an entertaining, informative manner, our docents bring to life the architectural significance of the Pittsburgh region.

phlf.org

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3rd Annual Musicians of Steel 5K

When:

9:00 AM

Where:

Millvale Riverfront Pavilion - 70 River Front Dr., Millvale, PA 15209

What:

​Please join us for the 3rd annual Musicians of Steel 5K Run/Walk, a charity race organized by the Musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony.  The race begins at the Millvale Riverfront Pavilion and follows a flat out-and-back course along Pittsburgh's beautiful North Shore on Three Rivers Heritage Trail.  You'll be serenaded with live music from PSO musicians and other local artists along the course and at the finish line.  A water station will be provided.  Prizes will be awarded to top male and female finishers as well as top finishers in seven age categories.

https://www.musiciansofsteel5k.com/

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Steelers 5K Race Presented by Gatorade

When:

09/02/2019 8:00 AM

Where:

Heinz Field

What:

​Participants will gather in front of the Heinz Field Press Gate entrance on North Shore Drive.  The course will follow North Shore to General Robinson Street to River Avenue, heading back to Heinz Field along Lacock Street to Mazeroski Way.  Runners and walkers will follow General Robinson to Dorsett Drive to Reedsdale Street then enter the stadium at Gate 5 to cross the finish line at midfield on the warning track. 

https://www.steelers.com/schedule/event-calendar/steelers-5k/

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PHLF Public Tours

When:

07/14/2019 Varies

Where:

Downtown, Eastern Shadyside, Oakland & Schenley Farms, Point Breeze, Fineview, Saxonburg

What:

​Our walking tours on June 1 (Point Breeze), June 8 (Mexican War Streets), and June 12 (Sewickley) are sold out, but space is available on our free walking tours in Downtown Pittsburgh on Wednesdays (Market Square Area) and Fridays (Bridges & River Shores), and on the following neighborhood tours in June and early July ($10 PHLF member; $20 non-member):

 

Visit www.phlf.org and click on Tours & Events for details on many more walking tours––and two bus tours––scheduled through November 2. In an entertaining, informative manner, our tour guides bring to life the architectural significance of the Pittsburgh region.

www.phlf.org

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Oakmont Country Club Offers Free Historic Tours May through December

When:

8:45 AM

Where:

Oakmont Country Club

What:

​Few golf courses in the world have the fabled history, tradition, and legacy of Oakmont Country Club. Recognized as a National Historic Landmark and host of 19 major championships to date, Oakmont tells the history of the game of golf in our own backyard.

Golf historians will lead participants through the handsomely 

preserved 116-year-old clubhouse and share information about the founding of the club and the Fownes family that made it possible. Historic photographs, memorabilia, and artifacts in the History Hall document some of the legendary moments during the nine U.S. Opens held at Oakmont. There is a collection of USGA trophies to admire as well. The tour includes a walk through the original men’s locker room. Weather permitting, guests will tour the historic “inland links” golf course and see the extraordinary vistas, narrow fairways, treacherous sand bunkers, and iconic “Church Pew” bunker. Guests will be able to test their putting skills on Oakmont’s world-renowned putting surfaces and will have time to visit the Oakmont Professional Shop.

Tours are offered on the 

following Monday mornings in 2019, from 8:45 to 10:30 a.m:    

  • May 13 and 20
  • June 3 and 24
  • July 8 and 22
  • August 5, 12, and 19
  • September 9, 16, and 23
  • October 7, 14, and 21
  • November 4 and 18
  • December 2 and 9

Essential information:

The tours are free of charge. Donations are welcome, with proceeds going to the Fownes Foundation.

Each tour is limited to 15 people. Advance reservations are required!

For reservations, contact Oakmont Country Club at 412-828-8000.

For further information about the tours, contact the Oakmont Country Club Archives at 412-828-8000, ext. 257 or by email at archives@gmail.com.

All tour participants must arrive at the club by 8:45 a.m. on their tour date. Light refreshments will be provided by the club. Casual attire and comfortable shoes are encouraged, but please NO JEANS OR DENIM.

Photography is welcome.

Disabled access is available.

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archives@gmail.com

412-828-8000

Heitz of Heaven 5K Run/Walk

When:

09/08/2019 9:00 AM

Where:

RMU Island Sports Center

What:

​Join us for the seventh annual HEITZ OF HEAVEN 5K RUN/WALK that will be held at RMU Island Sports Center on Sunday, September 8, 2019!   This is a level course that is perfect for improving your PR if you are a runner or just strolling along the river front if you are a walker.  All proceeds benefit the Heitz 61 Memorial Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that assists young people within the community.  This is a super fun event for runners, walkers, and families.  Awards will be given to top three male and female overall and top three in each age group – male and female divisions - 14 & Under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55+.  The 5K run/walk kicks off at 9:00am and the Award Ceremony will take place around 10:30am.  MUSIC-AUCTION-FOOD–DRINKS

https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/Pittsburgh/HeitzofHeaven5KRunWalk?remMeAttempt=

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Brookline Breeze 5K Run and Fitness Walk

When:

9:00 AM

Where:

Brookline Memorial Park

What:

The Brookline Breeze is a challenging 5K fitness run/walk on the rolling hills of Brookline, a neighborhood located in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The 5K course takes runners and walkers from Brookline Memorial Park to the city border with Dormont and back again. The 3.1 mile route follows Brookline Boulevard to Pioneer Avenue, then turns left and proceeds to a turn-around near West Liberty Avenue, then back again.

Breeze Day fun begins at 7:00am with package pickup and pre-race registrations.  Color Guard provided by the Keystone Young Marines. The first event of the morning starts at 8:35 a.m. with the One-Mile Mini-Breeze for the young ones, followed by the One-mile Dog Walk. The Mini-Breeze course is laid out around the perimeter of Brookline Park. The Mini-Breeze is a non-competitive event. All runners will receive a ribbon for completing the run. 

The 5K Run/Walk begins at 9:00am. 

The Brookline Breeze 5K race, which attracts top athletes from around the Tri-State area, along with hundreds of local runners, is sanctioned by the USATF (Three Rivers). Event timing is provided by Runners High.*

https://www.brooklinebreeze.com/

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brooklinebreeze@gmail.com

412-255-8984

6th Annual Swissvale Mile

When:

10:00 AM

Where:

Dickson Elementary School - Swissvale

What:

​Come join us for the 6th annual Swissvale Mile! This event gets better every year! Clear your calendar and join us!

The Swissvale Mile is a family fitness event. Choose from a one mile timed race or a dog-friendly, family fun walk.

The Swissvale Mile is a 100% volunteer organized event funded by registrations, sponsors, and donations.

In addition to supporting our community, this event is a fun way to get to know the neighbors and neighborhood.

Your involvement makes a direct positive impact on our community. Thank you for being involved!

http://eastshorepgh.com/event/swissvale-mile-6th-annual/

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Big Run 5K

When:

6:30 PM

Where:

North Park Lodge

What:

​Be a part of something Big.

For the third year, Fleet Feet and Brooks will come together to host The Big Run. The annual nationwide 5K brings thousands of runners together on Global Running Day to do what we love most — run.

Last year, 16,000 runners logged 25,000 miles at more than 100 events in more than 20 states. Help us top that number this year. Why? Because we want to bring running to more communities; we want more people to set goals and meet them; we want more people to experience that feeling of accomplishment as they cross the finish line. Because running changes everything.

https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/AllisonPark/thebigrunpittsburgh

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37th Annual Greenfield Glide

When:

8:30 AM

Where:

Schenley Park

What:

​Greenfield Glide is the opening race in the City of Pittsburgh Community Footrace Series. It takes place primarily on the trails of Schenley Park, and thus becomes one of two trail races in the series. The Glide’s hilly course has not deterred participants in its 36-year run. We look forward to the 37th annual race in 2019!

http://www.greenfieldglide.com/

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Pittsburgh Melanoma 5K

When:

9:00 AM

Where:

South Park

What:

This is our 8th annual Pittsburgh Melanoma Foundation 5k Run/Walk held in South Park along Corrigan Drive.  The 5k course is flat.  It begins near the black and yellow playground on Corrigan Drive, straight down Corrigan toward the ice skating rink, and back to the finish line near the black and yellow playground.  Runners and walkers of all ability levels are welcome to join us! LightSpeed Race Management will time the race.  We host an after-party near the finish line in the Edgebrook Field parking lot.  We will have refreshments, facepainter, free massages, informational booths, and much more.  

Proceeds from our 5k will benefit the Pittsburgh Melanoma Foundation, which donates their funds to melanoma research and awareness programs at Allegheny Health Network.  We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity ran by volunteers who have personally been affected by melanoma.  

https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/SouthPark/PittsburghMelanomaFoundation5kRunWalk

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Pittsburgh Superhero Run 2019

When:

8:00 AM

Where:

North Park Swimming Pool Loop

What:

​The 11th Annual Pittsburgh Superhero Foundation 5K Run/Walk and 1K

Family Run is a family event to raise funds and awareness to help prevent child abuse and aid abuse victims.

Race Day Registration opens is at 8 a.m. The 1K kicks off at 9:30a.m., 5K Runners at 9:45 and 5K Walkers at 10:00 a.m. All proceeds benefit CASA of Allegheny County.

  • Registration for the 5K Run and 5K Walk is $25
  • Registration for the 1K Fun Run is $15
Costumes are not required - but add to the fun!

https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/AllisonPark/PittsburghSuperheroRun

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Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race

When:

8:00 AM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

Wrap up the summer with the City of Pittsburgh Great Race on Sunday, September 29.  The races offers 10K and 5K routes that travel along Forbes Ave., Fifth Ave., and Boulevard of the Allies before finishing at Point State Park.  Established in 1977, this race donates $1 from every registration to the Richard S. Caliguiri Amyloidosis Fund, which is held by The Pittsburgh Foundation and dedicated to supporting medical research.​

http://www.rungreatrace.com/

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info@rungreatrace.com

412-586-7785

Yinzer 5K and Lil’ Yinzer Fun Run

When:

9:00 AM

Where:

North Shore

What:

Break out your best black and gold for the Yinzer 5K and Lil' Yinzer Fun Run on Sunday, July 14, on the North Shore.  The whole family is welcome to break a sweat and Terrible Towels are encouraged!  Proceeds from the event will benefit the Light of Life Rescue Mission, helping to provide food, shelter and hope to those in need.​

https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/Pittsburgh/Yinzer5K

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Yuengling Gold Rush 5K

When:

9:00 AM

Where:

Stage AE

What:

Check out the inaugural Yuengling Gold Rush 5K on Sunday, June 30 for a day of fun on the North Shore.  The race will start and finish at Stage AE.  Afterward, the party will continue, featuring the Yuengling Golden Pilsner beer garden, music and entertainment.  The race's official charity is Team Red  White & Blue, an organization focused on enriching the lives of America veterans by connecting them to the community through physical and social activity.​

http://www.yuenglinggoldrush.com/

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Stride for Pride 5K

When:

9:00 AM

Where:

North Shore Riverfront Park

What:

Head over to the Great Lawn at North Shore Riverfront park on Sunday, June 23, for the Stride for Pride 5K, which benefits the Human Rights Campaign, America's largest civil rights organization.  Whether you want to run or just take it easy, go the distance with pride for LGBTQ equality.​

https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/Pittsburgh/StrideforPride

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Riverview Park 5K Run & Fitness Walk

When:

7:00 PM

Where:

Riverview Park - Pittsburgh

What:

Kick off you weekend with a healthy evening hike at the Riverview Park 5K & Fitness Walk on Friday, June 7 at 7:00 PM.  The Riverview Park 5K, part of the City of Pittsburgh Community Footraces Series, takes attendees through a paved trail along the forested hills of Riverview Park on the North Side.  While the 5K is full of hills, the scenery is worth the hike, and you'll be able to enjoy the sunset by the time you hit the finish line.​

http://www.riverview5k.com/

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Walk for Children’s

When:

9:30 AM

Where:

Schenley Park - Flagstaff Hill

What:

​The Fourth Annual Walk for Children's on Saturday, June 1 is a family friendly, 2.3-mile walk (with a half-mile loop available for those who prefer a shorter route), focused on giving back to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation.  After the walk, there's a Patient Champion Ceremony and Parade, along with lots of activities, live music, food trucks and more for the entire family.

http://fundraise.givetochildrens.org/site/TR/Events/WalkforChildrens2019?pg=entry&fr_id=1140

For More Information Regarding This Event

walkforchildrens@chp.edu

412-692-3990

4th Annual Run Amok

When:

10:00 AM

Where:

South Side

What:

For the fourth year in a row, Run Amok is taking on the streets of the South Side to benefit The Open Door, Inc. and support our Pittsburgh neighbors living with HIV.  The 4th Annual Run Amok will begin at the SpringHill Suites at SouthSide Works on Sunday, May 19, and will travel along the Southside Riverfront trail.  Afterward, attendees are invited to continue to the fun and grab a drink at Hofbrauhaus.​

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fourth-annual-run-amok-tickets-56212555266

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Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure

When:

8:00 AM

Where:

Schenley Park

What:

Put on your pink and celebrate Mother's Day by taking part in this year's Komen Race for the Cure on Sunday, May 12, 2019 at Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park.  Whether you choose to run the competitive race or walk the 5K, everyone will be raising awareness and honoring those whose lives have been impacted by breast cancer.​

http://pittsburgh.info-komen.org/site/TR?fr_id=7459&pg=entry

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info@komengreaterpa.org

412-342-0500

Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

When:

9:00 AM

Where:

Stage AE

What:

Benefiting 79 different local health and human service organizations, the Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community is back in Pittsburgh this year, getting the community moving for an important for an important cause.  The 5K will begin at Stage AE on Saturday, May 11, and welcomes all walkers (including dogs).  Last year, the event raised nearly $500K for local organizations.  Sign up to walk for your favorite charity this year, and make a difference every step of the way.

https://www.walkforahealthycommunity.org/whc3/locations/pgh.shtml

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PHLF Automobile Row Walking Tour (Baum Boulevard)

When:

05/05/2019 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Where:

Baum Blvd adn South Euclid Street in East Liberty

What:

Discover the fascinating history hidden in plain sight along an unlovely stretch of road in Pittsburgh's East End.  You'll hear about Pittsburgh's role in automotive history, from its earliest days as Motor City to the development of the self-driving cars, and its role in the petroleum industry and the corresponding development of a car culture.  The Lincoln Highway, symbolizing emancipation and adventure and providing a prototype for roadside commercial design, and Luna Park will complete the story that our docent will tell as you explore the Bloomfield/Friendship area.

Registration is limited to 10 people and advance paid reservations are required.  Paid reservations by Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Fee: members $10; non-members $20​

Meeting Location: Southwest corner of Baum Blvd and South Euclid Avenue in East Liberty (Pittsburgh, PA 15206)

Ending location: Baum Blvd and South Euclid Avenue in East Liberty (Pittsburgh, PA 15206)

Note: Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour time.  The guide will set a brisk walking-tour pace.  The terrain is relatively flat but the sidewalks are uneven at times.  The total waking tour distance is about 3 miles although participants may ride the bus back to the starting point after the first mile and a half.  Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.  There are no restroom breaks during this tour.

Parking: There is a public lot between Baum Blvd and South Beatty Street in Easy Liberty, within sight of the meeting spot.  Free on-street parking is also available on side streets.

https://phlf.org/event/automobile-row-walking-tour-baum-boulevard/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext 527

PHLF Sharpsburg Walking Tour

When:

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Where:

St. Mary Church

What:

Join us as we take a walk back in time and into the future of Sharpsburg, a riverfront community that was home, at various times, to Seneca Indians, sturdy pioneers, and immigrants who labored on the Pennsylvania Canal and railroads an in the mills and factories.  The Borough famously is the birthplace of the H.J. Heinz Company.  Mayor Matthew V. Rudzki will accompany our group and will discuss the Borough's plans for revitalization.  You'll see a wonderful collection of historic buildings that give character and distinction to this resilient community that has survived floods, fires, and the impact of the canal, railroad and Route 28.

Paid reservations by Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Fee: Members $10; non-members $20

Registration is limited to 30 people and advance paid reservations are required.​ Docents will lead groups of about 10 to 15 people.

Meeting location: St. Mary Church (part of St. Juan Diego Parish), corner of Garnier and Penn streets near Sixth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15215.  Note: Do not park at St. Mary's Church because a wedding is being held there on May 4th.

Ending location: St. Mary Church  corner of Garnier and Penn streets near Sixth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15215

Please note: Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour time.  This walking tour is on relatively flat land although sidewalks are uneven at times.  Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.  There are no restroom breaks during this tour.  This tour is handicap accessible.

Parking: Park in the lot that is one block from St. Mary's Church.  It is the lot for the old St. John Cantius Church/St. Juan Diego Parish Korean Catholic Community Church.  There is also free on-street parking in Sharpsburg on Saturdays.

https://phlf.org/event/sharpsburg-walking-tour/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Upper Penn-Liberty

When:

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Where:

August Wilson Cultural Center

What:

There is much to admire on this relatively short walk along Penn and Liberty Avenues between Ninth and Tenth Streets in Downtown Pittsburgh, including the August Wilson Cultural Center, David L. Lawrence Convention Center, and Pennsylvanian (formerly Union Station).  You'll hear about the unique role of Liberty Avenue in the City's Downtown street grid and about the importance of the railroad.  You'll see how commercial architecture evolved in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and how contemporary sculpture and public art enliven the area now.  Many of the historic commercial buildings have been repurposed for new restaurants, schools, apartments, art galleries, and hotels, thereby creating a visually appealing and lively, inviting scene in the upper portion of Pittsburgh Cultural District.

  • Meeting location: outside the August Wilson Cultural Center, 980 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
  • Ending location: August Wilson Cultural Center, 980 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222​

https://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-upper-penn-liberty/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext 527

PHLF Free Wednesday Walking Tours: Grant Street

When:

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where:

Grant Street near Sixth Avenue, at the Omni William Penn Hotel entrance

What:

Tour the northern end of the Grant Street area on this free guided walking tour with PHLF, from Sixth Avenue to Liberty and back to the U.S. Steel Plaza (across from the Omni William Penn Hotel).  You'll see corporate skyscrapers - originally designed for Gulf Oil, Koppers and U.S. Steel - plus a new hotel in a historic building; a sensational railroad headquarters building that now houses apartments, offices and Amtrak; the massive Federal Courthouse; and the enduring First Lutheran Church, serving downtown since 1888.

  • Reservations appreciated
  • Meeting location: Grant Street near Sixth Avenue, at the Omni William Penn Hotel entrance
  • Ending location: U.S. Steel Plaza, 600 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222​

https://phlf.org/event/free-wednesday-walking-tours-grant-street-from-sixth-avenue-to-liberty-avenue/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext 527

PHLF Old Allegheny County Jail Museum Tour

When:

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Old Allegheny County Jail Museum

What:

A PHLF docent is on hand to tell you the story of the place.  Completed in 1886 to the designs of Boston architect H.H. Richardson and in use until July 27, 1995, the former Allegheny County Jail was renovated between 1999 and 2001 to house the Family Division of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.  A portion of one of the cell blocks has been preserved as the "Old Allegheny County Jail Museum."

The Jail Museum was created through a grant from the Drue Heinz Trust to PHLF, in cooperation with the Allegheny County Juvenile Court and Curator Ed Urban, former Deputy Warden.  The Jail Museum opened in 2005.  Enter the Family Court Facility through one of the two entrances.  In both cases, you must go through security and NO cameras are permitted.

  • Enter through the main Ross Street entrance
  • Or, enter through the great courtyard arch on Fifth Avenue​

https://phlf.org/event/self-guided-tours-old-allegheny-county-jail-museum-11/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext 527

CLASS Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

When:

05/11/2019

Where:

Stage AE

What:

​CLASS is one of 79 nonprofit organizations participating in the walk.  Online registration is now available at http://hcf.convio.net/class.  Register as an individual, create a team, join a team, or make a donation.  Anyone who registers and donates or raises $30 will be eligible for a t-shirt if they attend the walk.

This annual fundraiser if underwritten by Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, so 100% of the funds raised by CLASS, come directly to CLASS.  This year, funds raised will support men and woman of all abilities in the communities of their choice.

http://hcf.convio.net/class.

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Shannon McCarty

412-683-7100 x-2158

Downtown 5K Tour

When:

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where:

Market Square

What:

Downtown Pittsburgh is full of history, from the French and Indian War to the Underground Railroad.  Learn about Fort Pitt, the Diamond Market and more of Pittsburgh's fascinating history on this 5K tour.  We will run at a casual pace, to accommodate all abilities on this guided tour.  This tour is stroller friendly.​

$25.00 per person

http://www.pittsburghrunningtours.com/

For More Information Regarding This Event

trista@pittsburghrunningtours.com

(412) 256-8640

Walk MS PIttsburgh

When:

04/14/2019 9:30 AM

Where:

Point State Park

What:

Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us.  Walk MS helps us team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS.  Together, we become a powerful force.  And with every step we take, every dollar we raise ...we're that much closer. 

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Point State Park (starting from 601 Commonwealth Place, Pgh, PA 15222)

Walk begins: 9:30 AM (walk site opens at 8:00 AM)

1 mile and 3 mile route options

https://secure.nationalmssociety.org/site/TR/Walk/PAXWalkEvents?pg=entry&fr_id=30331

For More Information Regarding This Event

FundraisingSupport@nmss.org

855-372-1331

PHLF Free Walking Tours

When:

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh - Oakland

What:

For the first time this year, PHLF will offer free walking tours on Wednesdays from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. and on Fridays from Noon to 1:00 p.m., May through October. Click here for a monthly listing of our free walking tours in Downtown Pittsburgh and in Oakland.

Click here for a listing of docent-led walking tours in various neighborhoods throughout the Pittsburgh region.

Click here for descriptions of our Downtown’s Best walking tour and for the dates of four special tours (two walking tours, two bus tours) that are only offered once.

https://phlf.org/events/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

Pittsburgh Running Tours

When:

01/26/2019

Where:

Various

What:

​Pittsburgh Running Tours offers running tours in various neighborhoods around Pittsburgh.  We aim to encourage both tourism and recreation, as well as knowledge of Pittsburgh’s history, through fun and engaging tours.

http://www.pittsburghrunningtours.com/home.html

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PHLF Private and School Walking Tours

When:

12/31/2018

Where:

Pittsburgh, PA

What:

​November brings an end to (Pittsburgh History and Landmarks) public tour program (that included many free walking tours), but private group tours and school tours continue year-round.  Program attendance exceeded 3,000 between April and October 2018.  Participants toured the Jail Museum on Ross Street, explored Downtown Pittsburgh and many neighborhoods throughout the County on various walking tours, and visited PHLF's "Greatest Saves" during a full-day bus tour.  We hope to have our new schedule of public tours listed at www.phlf.org (click on Tours & Events) by March 2019.

www.phlf.org

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PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Gateway Center

When:

10/26/2018 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Gateway Center

What:

Explore the Gateway Center area of Downtown Pittsburgh on a free guided walking tour with PHLF.  You'll see eleven buildings constructed during Pittsburgh's Renaissance, set within landscaped plazas, and view Point State Park from Commonwealth Place.  Gateway Center and Point State Park now compose the Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District, nominated by PHLF and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.

Meeting location: Gateway "T" Station ​on Stanwix Street near Liberty Avenue

Ending location: Four Gateway Center

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tour-gateway-center-16/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Penn-Liberty Cultural District

When:

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where:

Katz Plaza: Corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

What:

Hear how a blighted area in downtown Pittsburgh was designated both a City and National Register Historic District and transformed into Pittsburgh's Cultural District, a 14-block area attracting more than two million people to approximately 4,000 performances, exhibits, and events each year.  PHLF guides will discuss how historic buildings have been saved and renovated for the performing arts, galleries, schools, restaurants, one-of-a-kind stores and residences - and how new construction, urban spaces, sculpture, and bike lanes have been added to the mix.

Meeting location: Katz Plaza in downtown Pittsburgh, at the corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

Ending location: Penn Avenue and Sixth Street, across from Heinz Hall

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-penn-liberty-cultural-district-4/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF South Side Walking Tour

When:

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Where:

Cindy Esser Plaza (12th Street and East Carson Street), Pittsburgh, PA 15203

What:

​Stroll through the commercial and residential heart of Pittsburgh's South Side, between 12th Street and 18th Street, and celebrate the 25th anniversary of the East Carson Street's City Historic District designation.  Participants will be given a soft pretzel to savor along the way.  PHLF docents will share stories about the colorful, adaptable commercial and residential buildings bordering East Carson Street and several side streets.

Fee: members $10; non-members $35 (includes one-year complimentary membership in PHLF)

Advance paid reservations required by Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Registration is limited to 30 people

Meeting location: Cindy Esser Plaza (12th Street and East Carson Street), Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Ending location: Cindy Esser Plaza (12th Street and East Carson Street), Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Please note: Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour time. This walking tour is on relatively flat land.  Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.

Parking: On-street parking is available along East Carson Street and various side streets

http://phlf.org/event/south-side-walking-tour-3/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Gateway Center

When:

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Gateway Center

What:

​Explore the Gateway Center area of Downtown Pittsburgh on a free guided walking tour with PHLF.  You'll see eleven buildings constructed during Pittsburgh's Renaissance, set within landscaped plazas, and view Point State Park from Commonwealth Place.  Gateway Center and Point State Park now compose the Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District, nominated by PHLF and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.

Meeting location: Gateway "T" Station on Stanwix near Liberty Avenue

Ending location: Four Gateway Center

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tour-gateway-center-15/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Penn-Liberty Cultural District

When:

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where:

Katz Plaza: Corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

What:

Hear how a blighted area in Downtown Pittsburgh was designated both a City and National Register Historic District and transformed into Pittsburgh's Cultural District, a 14-block area attracting more than two million people to approximately 4,000 performances, exhibits, and events each year.  PHLF guides will discuss how how historic buildings have been saved and renovated for the performing arts, galleries, schools, restaurants, one-of-a-kind stores and residences - and how new construction, urban spaces, sculpture and bike lanes have been added to the mix.

Meeting location: Katz Plaza in downtown Pittsburgh, at the corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

Ending location: Penn Avenue and Sixth Street, across from Heinz Hall

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-penn-liberty-cultural-district-3/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Firstside Area Walking Tour

When:

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Where:

453 Boulevard of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

What:

​One of the five National-Register Historic Districts in Downtown Pittsburgh, Firstside includes a handsome mix of architecturally significant buildings from the 1850s through the 1930s.  We'll visit the Distrikt Hotel in the former Salvation Army building, several locally owned businesses on Market Street and First Avenue, and the Waterfront Building and Fort Pitt Commons, both with dramatic interiors.  You'll hear how this area was rebuilt after Pittsburgh's Great Fire of 1845 and how the steeply sloped cobblestone Monongahela Wharf gave way to the Parkway. 

Meeting location: 453 Boulevard of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (Distrikt Hotel Pittsburgh near the sign for "or, the Whale" at the corner of Grant Street and Boulevard of the Allies

Ending location: 400 block, First Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (outside the First Avenue entrance to the Fort Pitt Commons building)

Advance paid reservations are required by Friday, October 12, 2018

Fee: $15 for PHLF members; $40 for non-members (includes a one-year complimentary membership in PHLF)

Registration is limited to 30 people

Please note: Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour time.  The walk is on flat land, although the sidewalks are uneven at times.  Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. 

http://phlf.org/event/firstside-area-walking-tour/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Gateway Center

When:

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Gateway Center

What:

Explore the Gateway Center area of Downtown Pittsburgh on a free guided walking tour with PHLF.  You'll see eleven buildings constructed during Pittsburgh's Renaissance, set within landscaped plazas, and view Point State Park from Commonwealth Place.  Gateway Center and Point State Park now compose the Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District, nominated by PHLF and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.

Meeting location: Gateway "T" station on Stanwix Street near Liberty Avenue

Ending location: Four Gateway Center

Advance reservations are appreciated.​

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tour-gateway-center-14/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Caregie Walking Tour

When:

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Where:

220 Third Street, Carnegie, PA 15106

What:

​Carnegie is located approximately seven miles west of Pittsburgh and ten miles east of the Pittsburgh International Airport.  Now considered a suburb of Pittsburgh, the Allegheny County borough often makes news because of the special events at the recently restored Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall and the impressive selection of restaurants and shops along Main Street.  Explore the Main Street area with docents from PHLF and hear about the community's resurgence, as well as the early settlers, the notable residents, the mills, railroads, commerce, floods, and library - the only one of several thousand permitted to use Andrew's first and last name.

Fee: members $10; nonmembers $35 (includes one year complimentary membership in PHLF)

Paid reservations are due by Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Registration is limited to 30 people and advance paid reservations are required.  Docents will lead groups of about 10 to 15 people.

Meeting location: 220 Third Street (Third Street at Third Avenue, across from Third Street Gallery), Carnegie, PA 15106

Ending location: Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall, 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA 15106

Please note: Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour time.  The walk is relatively on flat land, until the last portion up Beechwood Avenue.  Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.  There are no restrooms breaks and refreshments are not provided.

Parking: There are several surface parking lots in Carnegie

http://phlf.org/event/carnegie-walking-tour-2/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Penn-Liberty Cultural District

When:

10/12/2018 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where:

Katz Plaza: Corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

What:

Hear how a blighted area in downtown Pittsburgh was designated both a City and National Register Historic District and transformed into Pittsburgh's Cultural District, a 14-block area attracting more than two million people to approximately 4,000 performances, exhibits, and events each year.  PHLF guides will discuss how historic buildings have been saved and renovated for the performing arts, galleries, schools, restaurants, one-of-a-kind stores, and residences - and how new construction, urban spaces, sculpture, and bike lanes have been added to the mix.

Advance reservations appreciated.

Meeting location: Katz Plaza in downtown Pittsburgh, at the corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

Ending Location: Penn Avenue and Sixth Street, across from Heinz Hall

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-penn-liberty-cultural-district-2/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Gateway Center

When:

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Gateway Center

What:

Explore the Gateway Center area of downtown Pittsburgh on a free guided walking tour with PHLF.  You'll see eleven buildings constructed during Pittsburgh's Renaissance, set within landscaped plazas, and view Point State Park from Commonwealth Place.  Gateway Center and Point State Park now compose the Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District, nominated by PHLF and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.

Advance reservations appreciated.

Meeting location: Gateway "T" station, on Stanwix Street near Liberty Avenue

Ending location: Four Gateway Center​

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tour-gateway-center-13/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Penn-Liberty Cultural District

When:

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where:

Katz Plaza: Corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

What:

Hear how a blighted area in downtown Pittsburgh was designated both a City and National Register Historic District and transformed into Pittsburgh's Cultural District, a 14-block area attracting more than two million people to approximately 4,000 performances, exhibits, and events each year.  PHLF guides will discuss how historic buildings have been saved and renovated for the performing arts, galleries, schools, restaurants, on-of-a-kind stores, and residences - and how new construction, urban spaces, sculpture, and bike lanes have been added to the mix.

Advance reservations are appreciated.

Meeting location: Katz Plaza in downtown Pittsburgh, at the corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

Ending location: Penn Avenue and Sixth Street, across from Heinz Hall

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-penn-liberty-cultural-district/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Self Guided Tour: Old Allegheny County Jail

When:

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Old Allegheny County Jail

What:

​A PHLF ​docent is on hand to tell you the story of the place.  Completed in 1886 to the designs of Boston architect H.H. Richardson and in use until July 27, 1995, the former Allegheny County Jail was renovated between 1999 and 2001 to house the Family Division of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.  A portion of one of the cell blocks has been preserved as the "Old Allegheny County Jail Museum."   The Jail Museum was created through a grant from the Drue Heinz Trust to PHLF, in cooperation with the Allegheny County Juvenile Court and Curator Ed Urban, former Deputy Warden.  The Jail Museum opened in 2005.  Enter the Family Court Facility through one of two entrances.  In both cases, you must go through security and NO cameras are permitted.

The cost for this event is free.

Enter through the main Ross Street entrance or enter through the great courtyard arch on Fifth Avenue.

http://phlf.org/event/self-guided-tours-old-allegheny-county-jail-78/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Self Guided Tour: Old Allegheny County Jail

When:

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Old Allegheny County Jail

What:

​A PHLF ​docent is on hand to tell you the story of the place. Completed in 1886 to the designs of Boston architect H.H. Richardson and in use until July 27, 1995, the former Allegheny County Jail was renovated between 1999 and 2001 to house the Family Division of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.  A portion of one of the cell blocks has been preserved as the "Old Allegheny County Jail Museum."  The Jail Museum was created through a grant from the Drue Heinz Trust to PHLF, in cooperation with the Allegheny County Juvenile Court and Curator Ed Urban, former Deputy Warden.  The Jail Museum opened in 2005.  Enter the Family Court Facility through one of two entrances.  In both, cases, you must go through security and NO cameras are permitted.

The cost for this event is free.

Enter through the main Ross Street entrance or enter through the great courtyard arch on Fifth Avenue.

http://phlf.org/event/self-guided-tours-old-allegheny-county-jail-77/

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

PHLF Self Guided Tour: Old Allegheny County Jail

When:

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Old Allegheny County Jail

What:

A PHLF ​docent is on hand to tell you the story of the place.  Completed in 1886 to the designs of Boston architect H.H. Richardson and in use until July 27, 1995, the former Allegheny County Jail was renovated between 1999 and 2001 to house the Family Division of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.  A portion of one of the cell blocks has been preserved as the "Old Allegheny County Jail Museum."  The Jail Museum was created through a grant from the Drue Heinz Trust to PHLF, in cooperation with the Allegheny County Juvenile Court and Curator Ed Urban, former Deputy Warden.  The Jail Museum opened in 2005.  Enter the Family Court Facility through one of two entrances.  In both, cases, you must go through security and NO cameras are permitted.

The cost for this event is free.

Enter through the main Ross Street entrance or enter through the great courtyard arch on Fifth Avenue.

http://phlf.org/event/self-guided-tours-old-allegheny-county-jail-76/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

Ohio River Trail Council “River Run” 5 & 10K Road Race Series

When:

10/07/2018 8:30 am

Where:

Rochester Riverfront Park, 100 Water Street, Rochester, PA

What:

​River run races along the flat and level Water Street portion of the Ohio River Trail in Rochester, Pa. The course and event are certified and sanctioned by the USA Track & Field.  Click here for more information and to register.

https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/Rochester/OhioRiverTrailCouncilRiverRunRoadRaceSeriesSummer

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Ohio River Trail Council

Pittsburgh Recovery Walk

When:

8:00 am - 1:00 pm

Where:

11th and Waterfront to Market Square

What:

​The Pittsburgh Recovery Walk celebrates the many roads to recovery from addiction and all those who have traveled them.  It aims to dispel negative stigma associated with being in recovery from addiction and recognize recovery as a positive force in our community.  The 2018 Recovery Walk takes place in September as part of National Recovery Month.  The entire event is completely free.  Advance registration is not required but it is encouraged.  Click here to register.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-pittsburgh-recovery-walk-tickets-43180800938?aff=eac2

For More Information Regarding This Event

info@pghrecoverywalk.org

What’s the Point 5K

When:

09/16/2018 12:00 PM

Where:

Westinghouse Park - North Point Breeze

What:

Fireman Creative is hosting its first annual "What's the Point 5K", a half kilometer run/walk/crawl/hobble/ride on Sunday, September 16, 2018.  A "race" for the fit, unfit, and everyone in between!  This all-participant fun run is designed to  get everyone laughing.  Grab your dusty running shoes and meet us there!  Pre-race trash dash at 10 a.m. The race will start and finish at Westinghouse Park in Pittsburgh, PA and is set to begin ​at 12 p.m. rain or shine.  All race participants and supporters are invited back to the Evergreen Cafe at 7330 Penn Avenue for our after party.  The entertainment-filled .5K event features a challenging 546 yard "race" for all ages plus: a midpoint carb-loading donut station, live music to lift your spirits on the "challenging" course, yoga mats and nap station (for physically exhausted runners), a taco truck, sno-cones, and coffee to restore your energy after the race, a kid's arts & craft zone, and a beer filled after party (for hydration purposes, of course).  Costumes are welcome and encouraged, as are four legged participants (must be on a leash).

The entry fee is $10 in advance, $15 at the door, or $25 if you paid early which includes a spot in the race, an awesome t-shirt, a euro-style 0.5k sticker for your car, a themed bib, a 2018 membership in Point Breeze North Community Group, donuts, coffee, and an invitation to the after party at the Evergreen Cafe. This event will raise money for the beautification of Westinghouse Park, so even if the legs are too rusty to move, come anyway and support our “runners” for a good cause.

whatsthepoint5k.com

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info@firemancreative.com

412-325-3333

PHLF Self Guided Tours: Old Allegheny County Jail

When:

08/27/2018 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Old Allegheny County Jail

What:

​A PHLF docent is on hand to tell you the story of the place.  Completed in 1886 to the designs of Boston architect H.H. Richardson and in use until July 27, 1995, the former Allegheny County Jail was renovated between 1999 and 2001 to house the Family Division of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.  A portion of one of the cell blocks has been preserved as the "Old Allegheny County Jail Museum".

Enter the Family Court Facility through one of two entrances.  In both cases, you must go through security and NO cameras are permitted.

Cost: Free

Enter through the main Ross Street entrance or enter through the great courtyard arch on Fifth Avenue.

http://phlf.org/event/self-guided-tours-old-allegheny-county-jail-71/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Fourth Avenue Historic District

When:

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

​​​The history housed in the distinctive building bordering Pittsburgh's 25-foot wide Fourth Avenue, between Smithfield and Stanwix streets is amazing.  As you explore the National Register of Historic District, you'll hear about Pittsburgh's "Wall Street," and see buildings designed by more than a dozen distinguished architects, in styles ranging from Greek Revival to Post Modern, constructed between 1836 and 1984.  You'll see former bank buildings that have been renovated for new uses and Point Park University's new Pittsburgh Playhouse under construction.

Reservations are appreciated

Meeting location: Smithfield Street at Fourth Avenue, in Downtown Pittsburgh (across from Dollar Bank)

Ending location: PPG Place

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-fourth-avenue-historic-district-4/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Fourth Avenue Historic District

When:

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

​​The history housed in the distinctive building bordering Pittsburgh's 25-foot wide Fourth Avenue, between Smithfield and Stanwix streets is amazing.  As you explore the National Register of Historic District, you'll hear about Pittsburgh's "Wall Street," and see buildings designed by more than a dozen distinguished architects, in styles ranging from Greek Revival to Post Modern, constructed between 1836 and 1984.  You'll see former bank buildings that have been renovated for new uses and Point Park University's new Pittsburgh Playhouse under construction.

Reservations are appreciated

Meeting location: Smithfield Street at Fourth Avenue, in Downtown Pittsburgh (across from Dollar Bank)

Ending location: PPG Place

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-fourth-avenue-historic-district-3/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Fourth Avenue Historic District

When:

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

​The history housed in the distinctive building bordering Pittsburgh's 25-foot wide Fourth Avenue, between Smithfield and Stanwix streets is amazing.  As you explore the National Register of Historic District, you'll hear about Pittsburgh's "Wall Street," and see buildings designed by more than a dozen distinguished architects, in styles ranging from Greek Revival to Post Modern, constructed between 1836 and 1984.  You'll see former bank buildings that have been renovated for new uses and Point Park University's new Pittsburgh Playhouse under construction.

Reservations are appreciated

Meeting location: Smithfield Street at Fourth Avenue, in Downtown Pittsburgh (across from Dollar Bank)

Ending location: PPG Place

http://phlf.org/event/hill-district-walking-tour/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Hill District Walking Tour

When:

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Where:

Hill District

What:

Join Terri Baltimore from the August Wilson House and Hill House Association, August Wilson scholars Larry Glasco and Chris Rawson, and PHLF staff on an afternoon walk in the Hill District on Community Appreciation Day.  The tour will begin inside the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Hill District, in the August Wilson room. 

Meeting Location: 2177 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (Carnegie Library - Hill District)

Ending Location: 1835 Centre Avenue, PIittsburgh, PA 15219 (Hill House Association)

Advance paid reservations are required.

Paid reservation deadline: Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Fee: $20 for PHLF members; $45 for non-members (includes a one-year complimentary membership in PHLF)

Registration is limited to 30 people

Please note: Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour time

http://phlf.org/event/hill-district-walking-tour/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Gateway Center

When:

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

​Explore the Gateway Center area of Downtown Pittsburgh on a free, guided walking tour with PHLF.  You'll see eleven buildings constructed during Pittsburgh's Renaissance. set within landscaped plazas, and view Point State Park from Commonwealth Place.  Gateway Center and Point State Park now compose the Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District, nominated by PHLF and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.

Reservations are appreciated.

Meeting location: Gateway "T" station, on Stanwix Street near Liberty Avenue

Ending location: Four Gateway Center ​

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-gateway-center-5/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Gateway Center

When:

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

Explore the Gateway Center area of Downtown Pittsburgh on a free, guided walking tour with PHLF.  You'll see eleven buildings constructed during Pittsburgh's Renaissance. set within landscaped plazas, and view Point State Park from Commonwealth Place.  Gateway Center and Point State Park now compose the Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District, nominated by PHLF and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.

Reservations are appreciated.

Meeting location: Gateway "T" station, on Stanwix Street near Liberty Avenue

Ending location: Four Gateway Center ​

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-gateway-center-4/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Free Friday Walking Tours: Gateway Center

When:

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

Explore the Gateway Center area of Downtown Pittsburgh on a free, guided walking tour with PHLF.  You'll see eleven buildings constructed during Pittsburgh's Renaissance. set within landscaped plazas, and view Point State Park from Commonwealth Place.  Gateway Center and Point State Park now compose the Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District, nominated by PHLF and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.

Reservations are appreciated.

Meeting location: Gateway "T" station, on Stanwix Street near Liberty Avenue

Ending location: Four Gateway Center ​

http://phlf.org/event/free-friday-walking-tours-gateway-center-3/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Downtown’s Best: Special Places and Spaces Walking Tour

When:

9:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

Tour the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh to see more than 25 architectural landmarks, spectacular interiors, and significant urban spaces.  Hear how Pittsburgh developed from a military outpost in the 18th century to a beautiful, walkable and livable 21st-century city.

Advance paid reservations required.

Meeting location: Grant Street and Fourth Avenue (in the Plaza at One Oxford Centre)

Ending location: PPG

$20.00 per person (including a guidebook)

http://phlf.org/event/downtowns-best-special-places-spaces-27/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Downtown’s Best: Special Places and Spaces Walking Tour

When:

9:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

​Tour the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh to see more than 25 architectural landmarks, spectacular interiors, and significant urban spaces.  Hear how Pittsburgh developed from a military outpost in the 18th century to a beautiful, walkable, and livable 21st-century city.

Advanced paid reservations required: $20.00 per person (includes a guidebook)

Meeting location: Grant Street and Fourth Avenue, in the Plaza at One Oxford Centre

Ending location: PPG Place

http://phlf.org/event/downtowns-best-special-places-spaces-25/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

PHLF Downtown’s Best: Special Places and Spaces Walking Tour

When:

9:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

​Tour the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh to see more than 25 architectural landmarks, spectacular interiors, and significant urban spaces.  Hear how Pittsburgh developed from a military outpost in the 18th century to a beautiful, walkable, and livable 21st-century city.

Advanced paid reservations required: $20.00 per person (includes a guidebook)

Meeting location: Grant Street and Fourth Avenue, in the Plaza at One Oxford Centre

Ending location: PPG Place

http://phlf.org/event/downtowns-best-special-places-spaces-26/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412-471-5808 ext. 527

Open Streets PGH 2018

When:

06/24/2018

Where:

Downtown, Strip District, Lawrenceville

What:

This event is scheduled from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

https://openstreetspgh.org/

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Children’s Hospital Walk for Children’s

When:

Where:

Schenley Park

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Take Steps Walk - Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation

When:

Where:

Three Rivers Heritage Trail, Great Lawn

For More Information Regarding This Event

Eric Hecker

412-823-8272

Energy for Life Walkathon

When:

Where:

Great Lawn, Three Rivers Heritage Trail

What:

The event is scheduled from 9:00 am to 11:30 am

https://www.classy.org/event/energy-for-life-walkathon-pittsburgh-2018/e156877

For More Information Regarding This Event

Nicole McCaslin

412-793-8077

1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk

When:

Where:

S. Water Street, Three Rivers Heritage Trail

What:

The event is scheduled from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

http://ocdpennsylvania.org/index.php/1-million-steps-4-ocd-walk-2018/

For More Information Regarding This Event

Libreta Turner

412-370-7294

Walk to Cure Arthritis

When:

Where:

S Water Street between Hot Metal & 28th Street/Three Rivers Heritage Trails

What:

The event is scheduled from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

https://events.arthritis.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=574

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Tonya Newberry

412-559-9039

Autism Speaks Walk

When:

Where:

Flagstaff Hill at Schenley Park

What:

​The event is scheduled from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

http://act.autismspeaks.org/site/TR/Walk/WesternPA?pg=entry&fr_id=3752

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Steven Shivak

412-567-3051

Tunch and Wolf’s Walk for the Homeless

When:

Where:

Three Rivers Heritage Trail, Great Lawn

What:

The event is scheduled from 7:00 am to 11:00 am.

https://www.lightoflife.org/get-involved/events/walk/

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Kelly Pirl

724-396-4241

Brian Demchak Hope Run Walk 5K

When:

Where:

UPMC St. Margaret

What:

The event is scheduled from 8:30 am to 11:30 am

http://www.stmargaretfoundation.org/events/5k

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Bridget Wilson

412-784-4205

5K Lincoln-Lemington Community Walk

When:

Where:

7061 Lemington Avenue

What:

The event is scheduled 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and will occur from Lemington Avenue to Montezuma Street.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1st-annual-lincoln-lemington-community-walk-tickets-45300743744

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Camille Clarke-Smith

412-865-9343

Great Strides Walk for Cystic Fibrosis

When:

Where:

North Shore, Three Rivers Heritage Trail, Stage AE

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Chad Hilliard

412-321-4422

Susan G Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure

When:

Where:

Flagstaff Hill at Schenley Park

What:

​This is an all day event

http://www.info-komen.org/site/TR?fr_id=7055&pg=entry

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Bryan O'Black

412-401-3528

Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

When:

Where:

North Shore - Stage AE

What:

The event is scheduled from 7:30 am to 11:00 am

https://www.walkforahealthycommunity.org/whc3/pgh/index.shtml

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Brandon Burns

570-573-3857

Guided Tours of Historic Oakmont Country Club

When:

11/19/2018

Where:

Oakmont Country Club

What:

​Few golf courses in the world have the fabled history of Oakmont Country Club, a National Historic Landmark and host of nineteen major championships to date.  Now, you can join the Oakmont Archives Committee on a walk through of the historic golf course and clubhouse, and enjoy a one-of-a-kind tour.

The Oakmont Archivesx Committee offers tours of Oakmont Country Club on the following Monday mornings from 8:45 am to 10:30 am:

  • April 9 and 23
  • May 7 and 21
  • June 4 and 18
  • July 9 and 23
  • August 6 and 20
  • September 10 and 24
  • October 8 and 22
  • November 5 and 19
  • December 3 and 17

Tour participants will be guided through the handsomely preserved 115-year-old clubhouse by one of Oakmont's golf historians.  Learn about the founding of the club, and the family that made it possible.  A stroll through History Hall showcases the history of the US Open at Oakmont, with historic photographs and beautifully crafted cases housing memorabilia and championship artifacts.  Gaze upon the club's collection of USGA trophies and see the original men's locker room.

Weather permitting, guests will tour the historic "inland links" golf course and see the extraordinary vistas, narrow fairways, and treacherous sand bunkers, including the iconic "Church Pew" bunker.  Guests will also have the opportunity to test their putting skills on Oakmont's world-renowned putting surfaces.

The tour ends at the Oakmont Professional Shop, where participants may browse through a wonderful selection of apparel, equipment, and memorabilia only available at Oakmont.

Tour Details:

  • The Monday tours are free.  Donations are welcome, with the proceeds going to the Fownes Foundation.
  • Each tour date is limited to fifteen participants.  Disabled access is available.
  • Advance reservations are required!  For reservations, contact Oakmont Country Club: 412-828-8000.
  • All tour participants must arrive at the club by 8:45 am on their tour date.
  • Light refreshments will be provided by the club.
  • Casual attire and comfortable shoes are encouraged, but please NO JEANS OR DENIM.
  • Photography is welcome.
  • For further information about the tours, contact the Oakmont Archives Committee: 412-828-8000 ext.257 or archives@gmail.com.

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Oakmont Country Club

archives@gmail.com

412-828-8000 ext.257

PHLF Neighborhood Walking Tours, Free Friday Downtown Walking Tours, & Special Events in 2018

When:

04/21/2018 Various

Where:

Various

What:

Locations:

See the beauty and discover the stories of significant places in the Pittsburgh Region.  Check out the many tours we have listed on our Calendar of Events and contact Mary Lu Denny (412.471.5808, ext. 527) to make reservations.

Click here for our schedule of Neighborhood Walking Tours - new this year

Click here for our schedule of Free Friday Downtown Walking Tours

Click here to read about Special Tours

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Mary Lu Denny

marylu@phlf.org

412.471.5808 ext 527

Pittsburgh Pirates Charities Home Run

When:

7:30 - 9:30 AM

Where:

N. Shore Drive Between Mazeroski Way and Tony Dorsett Drive

What:

​Pirates Charities invites runners, walkers and fans of all ages and abilities to join them this Saturday, April 14, 2018, for the Pittsburgh  Pirates Home Run 5K 10K, presented by Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and Allegheny Health Network.  All participants will cross the finish line on the field at PNC Park, and everyone will have the opportunity to attend a post-race party on Federal Street with delicious food and beverages!  For full details and to register, click here.

The race will include some Downtown road closures from aprox. 7:30 - 9:30 am.  Three are many closures on the North Shore, as well as the Andy Warhol Bridge (7th Stret), the 16th Street Bridge in the Strip District and Penn Avenue from 16th Street to 13th Street.  A full course map is available here.

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Tour Historic Oakmont Country Club

When:

09/25/2017 8:45 am

Where:

Oakmont Country Club

What:

​Few golf courses in the world have the fabled history of Oakmont Country Club, a National Historic Landmark and host of nineteen major championships to date. Now, you can tour the historic clubhouse and golf course on certain Monday mornings, April through December.

​Participants will be guided through our handsomely preserved 113-year-old clubhouse by one of our golf historians. Learn about the founding of the club in 1903 and the family that made it all possible. A stroll down History Hall illustrates the history of the US Open at Oakmont, with historic photographs, memorabilia, and championship artifacts. Gaze upon our collection of USGA trophies and see the original men’s locker room.

Weather permitting, guests will tour the historic “inland links” golf course and see the extraordinary vistas, narrow fairways, treacherous sand bunkers, and iconic “Church Pew” bunker. Guests will also have the opportunity to test their putting skills on Oakmont’s world-renowned putting surfaces.​

​The tour ends at the Oakmont Professional Shop, where guests may browse through a wonderful selection of apparel, equipment, and memorabilia only available at Oakmont Country Club.

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Tour Historic Oakmont Country Club

When:

8:45 am

Where:

Oakmont Country Club

What:

​Few golf courses in the world have the fabled history of Oakmont Country Club, a National Historic Landmark and host of nineteen major championships to date. Now, you can tour the historic clubhouse and golf course on certain Monday mornings, April through December.

​Participants will be guided through our handsomely preserved 113-year-old clubhouse by one of our golf historians. Learn about the founding of the club in 1903 and the family that made it all possible. A stroll down History Hall illustrates the history of the US Open at Oakmont, with historic photographs, memorabilia, and championship artifacts. Gaze upon our collection of USGA trophies and see the original men’s locker room.

​Weather permitting, guests will tour the historic “inland links” golf course and see the extraordinary vistas, narrow fairways, treacherous sand bunkers, and iconic “Church Pew” bunker. Guests will also have the opportunity to test their putting skills on Oakmont’s world-renowned putting surfaces.

The tour ends at the Oakmont Professional Shop, where guests may browse through a wonderful selection of apparel, equipment, and memorabilia only available at Oakmont Country Club.​

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Tour Historic Oakmont Country Club

When:

8:45 am

Where:

Oakmont Country Club

What:

​Few golf courses in the world have the fabled history of Oakmont Country Club, a National Historic Landmark and host of nineteen major championships to date. Now, you can tour the historic clubhouse and golf course on certain Monday mornings, April through December.

Participants will be guided through our handsomely preserved 113-year-old clubhouse by one of our golf historians. Learn about the founding of the club in 1903 and the family that made it all possible. A stroll down History Hall illustrates the history of the US Open at Oakmont, with historic photographs, memorabilia, and championship artifacts. Gaze upon our collection of USGA trophies and see the original men’s locker room.

Weather permitting, guests will tour the historic “inland links” golf course and see the extraordinary vistas, narrow fairways, treacherous sand bunkers, and iconic “Church Pew” bunker. Guests will also have the opportunity to test their putting skills on Oakmont’s world-renowned putting surfaces.

The tour ends at the Oakmont Professional Shop, where guests may browse through a wonderful selection of apparel, equipment, and memorabilia only available at Oakmont Country Club.

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Ninth Annual Turner Cemetery History Walk and Dedication Ceremony: Celebration of State Marker

When:

11:30 am

Where:

Turner Cemetery, 3424 Beechwood Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15217.

What:

Turner Cemetery is Pittsburgh’s second oldest cemetery. Dating back to 1785, it holds the remains of early settlers of Squirrel Hill and Greenfield plus veterans of the first four wars fought by the United States. Every year the Mary S. Brown Memorial Ames United Methodist Church and Friends of Turner Cemetery hold a history walk at the graveyard at 3424 Beechwood Boulevard. This year the celebration will include the dedication of the new Simon Girty Pennsylvania State Historical Marker.

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FreeFriday Downtown Walking Tour: Fourth Avenue Historic District

When:

12:00 pm

Where:

Katz Smithfield Street at Fourth Avenue, in downtown Pittsburgh, at the corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

What:

The history housed in the distinctive buildings bordering Pittsburgh’s 25-foot-wide Fourth Avenue, between Smithfield and Stanwix streets, is amazing. As you explore the National Register Historic District, you’ll hear about Pittsburgh’s “Wall Street,” and see buildings designed by more than a dozen distinguished architects, in styles ranging from Greek Revival to Post Modern, constructed between 1836 and 1984. You’ll see former banking buildings that have been renovated for new uses and Point Park University’s new Pittsburgh Playhouse under construction.​

Reservations appreciated: marylu@phlf.org; 412-471-5808, ext. 527

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FreeFriday Downtown Walking Tour: Penn-Liberty Cultural District

When:

10:00am

Where:

Katz Plaza in downtown Pittsburgh, at the corner of Penn Avenue and Seventh Street

What:

​Hear how a blighted area in downtown Pittsburgh was designated both a City and National Register Historic District and transformed into Pittsburgh’s Cultural District, a 14-block area attracting more than two million people to approximately 4,000 performances, exhibits, and events each year. PHLF guides will discuss how historic buildings have been saved and renovated for the performing arts, galleries, schools, restaurants, one-of-a-kind stores, and residences––and how new construction, urban spaces, sculpture, and bike lanes have been added to the mix.

Reservations appreciated: marylu@phlf.org; 412-471-5808, ext. 527

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FreeFriday Link

Pittsburgh CureSearch SuperHeroes Unite!

When:

09/23/2017 10:00am

Where:

Schenley Park

What:

​The Superheroes Unite! event is a family friendly event that unites superheroes and sidekicks to honor kids with cancer and celebrate forever heroes while raising funds for children's cancer research and treatment.

For More Information Regarding This Event

curesearchevents.org

JudeWalk/Run to End Childhood Cancer

When:

9:00am

Where:

Great Lawn on the North Shore

What:

​Register, form a team, and invite your friends and family to join. Or, join an existing team. Then, be a fearless fundraiser for the kids of St. Jude, and explore the cool gear you can earn. Thanks to committed fundraisers, like you, families never receive a bill from St. Jude for anything. St. Jude has helped push the overall survival rate for childhood cancer from less than 20% when we first opened our doors to 80% today. St. Jude won't stop until no child dies from cancer.

For More Information Regarding This Event

http://fundraising.stjude.org/site/TR?fr_id=73385&pg

JDRF One Walk Pittsburgh

When:

10:00am

Where:

Schenley Park, Flagstaff Hill

What:

​DRF One Walk has one goal: to create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D). We know you want to make a cure a reality too—and we can't wait for you to join us!

When you participate in your local JDRF One Walk, the money you raise supports life–changing breakthroughs that give hope to everyone impacted by this disease. And, you'll have a great time doing it! That's because you'll walk with a committed community that is passionate about doing whatever it takes to help turn Type One into Type None.

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that strikes children and adults suddenly. It has nothing to do with diet or lifestyle—and it's serious and stressful to manage. There is nothing you can do to prevent T1D and there is currently no cure. But there is something you can do to help. Please register to walk with us today. We can't do it without you.

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Website

Musicians of Steel 5K Run/Walk

When:

10:00am

Where:

Millvale Riverfront Park

What:

Please join us for the inaugural Musicians of Steel 5K Run/Walk, a charity race organized by the Musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony! The race begins at the Millvale Riverfront Pavilion and follows a flat out-and-back course along Pittsburgh's beautiful North Shore on Three Rivers Heritage Trail. You'll be serenaded with live music from PSO musicians and other local artists along the course and at the finish line. A water station will be provided. Prizes will be awarded to top male and female finishers as well as top finishers in seven age categories.​

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Website

Pittsburgh Undy Run/Walk

When:

9:00am

Where:

South Side Heritage Trail, S. 28th Street

What:

The Undy Run/Walk isn’t your everyday run. As we head into our 10th year, we’re proud to share that we’ve raised more than 10 million through this underwear-themed event. We’re super proud, but we also know our work isn’t done. That’s why we continue hitting the streets in our briefs and asking you to join us.​

For More Information Regarding This Event

https://fundraise.ccalliance.org/pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Recovery Walk

When:

7:30am

Where:

Downtown Pittsburgh

What:

The Pittsburgh Recovery Walk is an event that aims to dispel the negative stigma associated with recovery from addiction, and instead celebrate the many roads to recovery and all those who have traveled them.​

For More Information Regarding This Event

http://pghrecoverywalk.org

Cancer Caring 5K

When:

7:30am

Where:

Kennywood

What:

​Join us for our 2nd Annual Cancer Caring Center official timed 5K Run/Walk COMPLETELY INSIDE Kennywood Park! Then stay and ride all day—it's included in your registration.

For More Information Regarding This Event

https://www.ccckw5k.com/

Gatorade/Steelers 5K Race, Fitness Walk and Kids’ Kickoff Run

When:

8:00am

Where:

Heinz Field

What:

​Gatorade/Steelers 5K Race, Fitness Walk and Kids’ Kickoff Run

Join us for the 29th Annual Gatorade/Steelers 5K Race, Fitness Walk and Kids’ Kickoff Run on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 4, at 8 a.m. at Heinz Field. Proceeds benefit the Art Rooney Scholarship Fund. Super Bowl XLIII Champion Matt Spaeth will serve as honorary captain.

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gatorade-steelers-5k

OpenStreetsPGH

When:

06/25/2017 8am - 8:30am

Where:

Downtown/Northside/West End

What:

OpenStreetsPGH​

Downtown/Northside/West End

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Riverview Park 5K and Fitness Walk

When:

Where:

Riverview Park

What:

​Riverview Park 5K and Fitness Walk

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Joel Borland

412-475-0715

Pittsburgh Walk to cure Arthritis

When:

All Day

Where:

South Water Street, Southside Works, Three Rivers Heritage Trail

What:

Pittsburgh Walk to cure Arthritis​

South Water Street, Southside Works, Three Rivers Heritage Trail

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Courtney Hammon

410-868-2800

OpenStreetsPGH

When:

All Day

Where:

Downtown/Uptown/Southside

What:

​OpenStreetsPGH

Downtown/Uptown/Southside

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Mike Carroll

Pittsburgh Autism Speaks Walk

When:

6am - 3pm

Where:

Flagstaff Hill

What:

Pittsburgh Autism Speaks Walk

Flagstaff Hill

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Elizabeth Molnar

412-952-3821

Walk to Remember

When:

9:30am - 11:30am

Where:

Community Day School - 6424 Forward Ave

What:

Walk to Remember​

Community Day School - 6424 Forward Ave

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Christina Sahovey

412-980-7707