90 Activities for 90 Years: Week Six (8/16-8/22)

Welcome to the sixth 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, 8/16: American Democracy Exhibit

Explore the history of American democracy at the Heinz History Center.

Learn more about the 7,000-square-foot exhibit.

 

 

TUESDAY, 8/17: Google’s Arts and Culture Collection

 Browse Google’s virtual collection of exhibits, museum tours, and historical images.

Find artwork around the world.

 

WEDNESDAY, 8/18: Sustainable Transportation

Biking is a great way to promote sustainability. Check out this list to find other eco-friendly transportation methods you can use to sustainably explore your neighborhood. 

Read the list here!

 

THURSDAY, 8/19: Humaira Abid: Searching for Home

Searching for Home, featured at Contemporary Craft, is a woodwork exhibition documenting the experience of women and girls in the worldwide refugee crisis. 

Learn more about the exhibition.

 

FRIDAY, 8/20: Bloomfield’s Little Italy Days

Visit Pittsburgh’s biggest celebration of Italian food and culture!

Enjoy a weekend at Pittsburgh’s Little Italy!

 

 

SATURDAY, 8/21: Frederick Douglass Now

“Frederick Douglass Now: is a solo show centered around the abolitionist and feminist Frederick Douglass.

Buy tickets to see the monologue at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center.

 

 

SUNDAY, 8/22: Downtown 5k Tour 

 This stroller-friendly walking tour explores the rich history of the city. 

Get the details here!