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Fore! Here's your chance to golf at Heinz Field ... and other weekend happenings

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
| Friday, June 8, 2018, 7:51 a.m.
Golfers are invited to Tee It Up June 8-10 at Heinz Field on the North Side.
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Golfers are invited to Tee It Up June 8-10 at Heinz Field on the North Side.
Creation Entertainment’s Supernatural Official Convention is June 8-10 at David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown. Celebrities include Rob Benedict.
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Creation Entertainment’s Supernatural Official Convention is June 8-10 at David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown. Celebrities include Rob Benedict.
The Neighborhood Flea is held the second Sunday of the month through October in the Strip District at 26th and Smallman Streets. At a previous event, Elise Barraclough, 6, of Mt. Lebanon looks at a piece of art by Jeremy M. Raymer.
Justin Merriman | Trib Total Media
The Neighborhood Flea is held the second Sunday of the month through October in the Strip District at 26th and Smallman Streets. At a previous event, Elise Barraclough, 6, of Mt. Lebanon looks at a piece of art by Jeremy M. Raymer.
People march along the Boulevard of the Allies during the Pride March, a parade through Downtown, as part of Pittsburgh's PrideFest on Sunday, June 16, 2013. This year's event, the This is Me Pittsburgh Pride Fest is from noon to 5 p.m. June 9 and 1 to 7 p.m. June 10 along Liberty Ave. in Downtown Pittsburgh between 6th and 10th streets.
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People march along the Boulevard of the Allies during the Pride March, a parade through Downtown, as part of Pittsburgh's PrideFest on Sunday, June 16, 2013. This year's event, the This is Me Pittsburgh Pride Fest is from noon to 5 p.m. June 9 and 1 to 7 p.m. June 10 along Liberty Ave. in Downtown Pittsburgh between 6th and 10th streets.
Born in Champaign, Ill., Alison Krauss grew up listening to everything from folk to opera to pop and rock music, but quickly fell in love with bluegrass when she began playing the fiddle at the age of 5.
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Born in Champaign, Ill., Alison Krauss grew up listening to everything from folk to opera to pop and rock music, but quickly fell in love with bluegrass when she began playing the fiddle at the age of 5.

This weekend brings a variety of things to do. For the golfers out there, try a different kind of course at the Tee It Up event at Heinz Field—the drives won't be done with a football, but a golf ball instead. Fans of the CW show "Supernatural" will get an opportunity to meet some of the stars of the program. Looking for a bargain? Shop the Neighborhood Flea in the Strip District where you might find that gem you've been looking for. Support the LGBT community at Pittsburgh Pride Fest or sit back and relax to some bluegrass by Alison Krauss.

TEE IT UP

Golfers are invited to Tee It Up June 8-10 at Heinz Field on the North Side. Topgolf is bringing its iconic experience to the Steel City. There will be massive glowing targets on the field, private bays for group events and Topracer technology tracking every single shot with replays and stats. Equipment will be provided. Doors open at 9 a.m.

Details: heinzfield.com


IT'S SUPERNATURAL

Creation Entertainment's Supernatural Official Convention is June 8-10 at David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown. This will be the final time this event will be held here, according to the company's website. Celebrate the CW's television series "Supernatural," a show that revolves around two brothers as they follow in their father's footsteps hunting down supernatural creatures such as monsters, demons and even fallen gods while trying to save innocent people along the way. Attendees will get a chance to hear from some of the show's superstars and take photos with them. Celebrities include Rob Benedict,Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins, Richard Speight Jr., Ruth Connell, Mark Pellegrino, Kim Rhodes, Briana Buckmaster, David Haydn-Jones, Alexander Calvert, Rachel Miner,Jason Manns and Christian Keyes.

Details: creationent.com


GO TO MARKET

The Neighborhood Flea is held the second Sunday of the month through October in the Strip District at 26th and Smallman streets. The upcoming event is June 10 where attendees can enjoy a curated shopping experience from vendors who sell vintage clothing, repurposed furniture, handmade jewelry and cosmetics, reclaimed wooden wares, local foods and strong brews. There are also hands-on workshops,

Details: neighborhoodflea.com


SHOW YOUR PRIDE

The This is Me Pittsburgh Pride Fest is from noon to 5 p.m. June 9 and 1 to 7 p.m. June 10 along Liberty Ave. in Downtown Pittsburgh between Sixth and 10th streets. In 2017, there were over 175,000 attendees who took part in the festivities which include over 150 vendors, food booths, games and attractions and a dance party area. There will be entertainment both days. The event is hosted by the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh, which is dedicated to improving the quality of life and visibility of the LGBT community. Pittsburgh Pride Friday is June 8 with a performance by Troye Sivan.

Details: pittsburghpride.org


LISTEN TO HER

Born in Champaign, Ill., Alison Krauss grew up listening to everything from folk to opera to pop and rock music, but quickly fell in love with bluegrass when she began playing the fiddle at the age of 5. At 14, Rounder Records signed her to her first record deal and she went on to release her debut solo album two years later. She became a member of the Grand Ole Opry at age 21.

Krauss will be at the Benedum Center, Downtown at 7:30 p.m. June 8. Since 1985, she has released 14 albums, including five solo, seven with longtime band and musical collaborators Union Station, and the Robert Plant collaboration "Raising Sand," which was certified platinum and won five Grammys, including album of the year and record of the year. She's sold more than 12 million records. "Windy City," her latest solo album, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums and Top Bluegrass Albums charts and received Grammy nominations.

Details: trustarts.org

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