Van Gogh, airport public sale among the many high 5 Pittsburgh Weekend Occasions

PITTSBURGH, PA – There’s no Steelers game this weekend as the team is on farewell week, but if you think there’s nothing to do in town, you’re selling the town empty. Here are five patch recommendations for weekend fun:

It’s the first weekend in town for the spectacular show that allows visitors to experience the work of Vincent van Gogh in 60,000 video frames, 90 million pixels, more than 500,000 cubic feet of projections, and more. Although van Gogh never visited Pittsburgh, some urban attractions were incorporated into the immersive mix.

After a year-long hiatus due to the pandemic, the popular annual airport auction goes live again. You can bid on a diverse selection of items that range from trinkets to large abandoned vehicles.

Join Allegheny County Parks and SHARP Robotics from the Sarah Heinz House as pumpkins are thrown across the park’s amphitheater field. Enjoy crafts, games, activities, and family fun. You can get food and drink from local food trucks and the Hop Farm Brewing Company and Bella. to buy
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Get your taco at this event 21 and over, which includes wine, beer, cider, and tequila samples with all ticket purchases. The area’s taqueria and taco trucks will also help you absorb all of these tastings. There will also be a guacamole pavilion, as well as churros and chocolate pavilions.

  • Owl-O-Ween, 23-24 October, 10 a.m. – 4.30 p.m., National Aviary, north side.

Whoooo will celebrate the Halloween season by seeing a Specatcleed, Eurasian Eagle Owl, or an Eastern Screech while receiving a bag full of fun and craft to take away? Whoooo goes into the bat habitat to find out all about these creepy creatures? Maybe you?

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