Upcoming conventions in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Upcoming conventions, conferences and exhibitions in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania:
April 22-23: Communication Workers of America 74th Annual Convention; David L. Lawrence Convention Center; www.cwa-union.org
April 24-28: Eastern Communication Association's 104th Annual Convention; Omni William Penn Hotel, Downtown; ecasite.org
April 25–26: Eighth Annual Pittsburgh Conference on Child Maltreatment, sponsored by The Child Advocacy Center at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC; The Circuit Center and Ballroom, South Side; chp.edu
April 26-29: 15th International Yiddish Conference and Retreat, sponsored by the International Association of Yiddish Clubs; DoubleTree by Hilton, Green Tree; yiddishconference.com
April 26-28: Ninth Annual PCS Partners Conference, sponsored by PSC (primary sclerosing cholangitis) Partners Seeking a Cure and UPMC; DoubleTree by Hilton, Downtown; pscpartners.org
April 30-May 2: “InterActivity 2013: Reimagining Children's Museums,” annual meeting sponsored by the Association of Children's Museums and local host Children's Museum of Pittsburgh; Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown; childrensmuseums.org
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