Full Moon Hike

2/19/2019 @ 7:00pm - 12:00 AM Frick Environmental Center

Join a naturalist for a free evening hike through Frick Park during the full moon! Registration is required for this event. This is a teenage and adult event. This hike takes place regardless of weather. Weather-appropriate clothes and footwear with good tread are encouraged. Hike will meet at the Frick Environmental Center. We\'ll be relying on moonlight for this hike, so please leave your flashlights at home. For event inquiries, please contact Stephen Bucklin at sbucklin@pittsburghparks.org. Our Full Moon Hike is a popular event and regularly fills up in advance. If you are unable to attend this one, we encourage you to register for the next one. They happen every month around the date of the full moon.

Full Moon Hike - Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

2/19/2019 @ 7:00pm - 12:00 AM Frick Environmental Center

Join a naturalist for a free evening hike through Frick Park during the full moon! Registration is required for this event. This is a teenage and adult event. This hike takes place regardless of weather. Weather-appropriate clothes and footwear with good tread are encouraged. Hike will meet at the Frick Environmental Center. We\'ll be relying on moonlight for this hike, so please leave your flashlights at home. For event inquiries, please contact Stephen Bucklin at sbucklin@pittsburghparks.org. Our Full Moon Hike is a popular event and regularly fills up in advance. If you are unable to attend this one, we encourage you to register for the next one. They happen every month around the date of the full moon.

Residência: Soul of Food an Enchanted Evening with Olafemi Mandley

2/19/2019 @ 6:30pm - 12:00 AM Casa Brasil 5904 Bryant St. Pgh, Pa. 15206

On February 19, Casa Brasil welcomes chef resident and story teller Olafemi Mandley from Ola Apetite Catering Company to host a unique and magical dinner: Soul of Food an Enchanted Evening. The dinner will be composed by a selection of a 10 course menu in celebration of Olafemi 10th Anniversary of The Taste of Africa. A dinner using mostly locally sourced and organic ingredients mixing a variety of flavors and textures accompannied by stories told by Olafemi herself and 3 other local story tellers: Baba Amir Rashad, Dessie Bey, and Frankie Harris. Complimentary cocktails will be served throughout the evening.

Ridgemont High - Live 80\'s Band

2/21/2019 @ 7:00pm - 12:00 AM Cioppino Restaurant & Cigar Bar

Enjoy Live Music In Our Bar Lounge Area Every Thursday - Saturday From 7-11pm Daily! No Cover! Complimentary Valet After 5pm Daily.

Summertime Somewhere at the National Aviary

2/22/2019 @ 6:00pm - 12:00 AM National Aviary

Can\'t swing a trip south of the equator this February? Escape to the tropical habitats of the National Aviary right here in Pittsburgh for a 21+ night of summertime fun. Channel your inner sloth and hang out in our Tropical Rainforest with Wookiee the sloth, enjoy a tropical drink alongside colorful parrots, or challenge your friends to some rousing summertime lawn games all while supporting the National Aviary’s important work in conservation, education and veterinary medicine.

The Aces Featuring Helene Milan - Live Blues

2/22/2019 @ 7:00pm - 12:00 AM Cioppino Restaurant & Cigar Bar

Enjoy Live Music In Our Bar Lounge Area Every Thursday - Saturday From 7-11pm Daily! No Cover! Complimentary Valet After 5pm Daily.

Free FrogWatch Training - Frick Environmental Center

2/23/2019 @ 2:00pm - 12:00 AM Frick Environmental Center

This is your chance to become a FrogWatch USA volunteer! FrogWatch USA is a nationwide citizen-scientist program where volunteers help monitor frog and toad populations by recording and reporting information on their calling activity. At this training, you will learn how to: -Identify the various calls of our local frog and toad species -Identify a good wetland to monitor -Record and enter your data into the FrogWatch USATM online database Once trained, FrogWatch USA volunteers will monitor a wetland of their choice for frog calling as often as they are willing, ideally twice a week during the frog breeding season (March-August). The data that is collected is made available to both the public and scientists and is used to track changes in species distributions. Registration is required for this event. This is an all-ages event. Children should be accompanied by an adult.

Meet Candidate Corrie Woods

2/23/2019 @ 2:00 PM - 12:00 AM Anchor & Anvil Coffee Bar, 1032 5th Avenue, Coraopolis, PA 15108

Join Corrie Woods, candidate for Magisterial District Judge, for free coffee and refreshments. Let\'s discuss community engagement and public service over coffee and donuts! See event flyer here: https:\/\/www.paperlesspost.com\/flyer\/go\/9PDJQV8CX36BpvhkvoZw