90 Activities for 90 Years: Week Nine (9/6-9/12)

Welcome to the ninth weekly activity roundup of our 90 for 90 anniversary campaign! Every day during our anniversary celebration from July 13 to October 11, we will be promoting globally-minded podcasts and movies, virtual events around the world, and in-person activities you can do in Pittsburgh or in your own community. 

 Look here for a weekly roundup of events at the beginning of the week, and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for a new activity each day.

 

Monday, 9/6: Visit a local park

There are plenty of local parks in Pittsburgh to visit, each offering a unique experience. Travel to a new park or visit an old favorite. 

Find a map overview of Pittsburgh parks.

 

Tuesday, 9/7: 2021 International Jazz Day Virtual Global Concert

Watch a recording of the 2021 All-Star Global Concert, featuring a historic lineup of performances by some of the world’s greatest jazz masters.

Watch now on YouTube. 

 

Wednesday, 9/8: Listen to international music

There are plenty of genres to discover from across the world. Hit the Spotify or Apple Music search bar and find some new favorites. 

Here is a collection of free international Pandora stations! 



Thursday, 9/9: Watch a recording from WACA Climate Week Archive

The World Affairs Councils of America presented WACA Climate Week 2021 on April 19-23, 2021. You can watch recordings of the five days of virtual programming that convened global and local climate experts.

Watch a program to learn about climate and sustainability!

 

Friday, 9/10: Log some miles

Our 90 for 90 atlasGo campaign is 2/3 through, but that doesn’t mean the momentum should stop. Keep it going by logging some miles with your favorite activity. 

Register now!

 

Saturday, 9/11: ReelAbilities Film Festival

Spend the weekend learning about the experiences of those with disabilities through shorts, documentaries, and feature-length films. 

Buy your tickets now! 

 

Sunday, 9/12: Watch “The Rivers Don’t Know”

Inspired by stories from the community, The Rivers Don’t Know explores the experiences of refugees and immigrants in Pittsburgh. 

Reserve your free tickets at the Pittsburgh Playhouse!