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5 things to do in Pittsburgh this weekend: April 26-28

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
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Art All Night
The annual Art All Night is Saturday into Sunday at 31 Street Studio in Lawrenceville.
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Hoop Group
The annual Pittsburgh Jam Fest is Friday through Sunday at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown.
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Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
The work of LOCHER + LOCHER will be on display during the Pittsburgh Gallery Crawl in SPACE.
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East End Brewing
On Saturday, a group of several hundred bicyclists will leave East End Brewing in Larimer, towing several kegs of beer for the Pedal Pale Ale Keg Ride.
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Monroeville Convention Center

Here are some suggestions for how to spend the last weekend in April.

Art All Night

The annual Art all Night is Saturday into Sunday at the 31st Street Studios in Lawrenceville. This event debuted in 1998 with 101 pieces of art and more than 200 all night art lovers. In recent years, over 1,000 artists have participated in the annual event, which includes kids’ activities, art auctions, live bands and comedians.

Details: http://artallnight.org


On the hard court

The annual Pittsburgh Jam Fest is Friday through Sunday at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown. It brings 36 courts under one roof. Every year, the tournament attracts over 475 high level teams along with 225-plus college coaches for an unmatched basketball experience.

Details: https://basketball.exposureevents.com/126021/2019-pittsburgh-jam-fest


Crawl around the galleries

The annual spring Gallery Crawl in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District is set for 5:30-10 p.m. Friday. The free event encompasses 21 venues and more than 30 events.

The Gallery Crawl has been a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust for 15 years with quarterly iterations celebrating the constant evolution of art and creatives in the city. Nearly 30,000 visitors enjoy this open house in Pittsburgh’s renowned Cultural District.

Details: http://trustarts.org/crawl


Beer and bikes

On Saturday, a group of several hundred bicyclists will leave East End Brewing in Larimer, towing several kegs of beer for the Pedal Pale Ale Keg Ride on a several mile course through the city.

The destination is kept a secret until the riders arrive.

Once they reach the final destination, the participants will be treated to a fresh pint of Pedal Pale Ale. Money raised is donated to Auberle Foster Care, a charity Smith said does amazing things for children in bad family situations.

Details: https://www.facebook.com/EastEndBrewing/


Armed

The Showmasters Pittsburgh Gun Show is Saturday and Sunday at the Monroeville Convention Center. The public can purchase, trade and sell guns, ammunition and related merchandise.

Details: http://showmastersgunshows.com

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 412-320-7889, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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