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5 things to do in Pittsburgh this weekend: May 17-19

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
ENIX Brewing
ENIX Brewing in Homestead makes its own beer in house. Selections change seasonally.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
French artist and architect Cyril Lancelin created “circle circle circle,” a 15-foot high maze that will welcome visitors to the EQT Children’s Theater Festival May 16-19 in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District downtown.
Pittsburgh Public Theater
Violinist Erikka Walsh will perform in Pittsburgh Public Theater’s ‘Indecent’ coming to the O’Reilly Theater
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership
The Night Markets in Market Square open Saturday.
Animal Friends
The "Cat Crawl" is Satuday in Lawrenceville.

If you aren’t one of the 70,000-plus fans going to the Garth Brooks concert on Saturday, here are some other options for what to do this weekend

Spanish celebration

ENIX Brewing in Homestead is hosting Feria, a festival from the south of Spain from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Guests will enjoy watching flamenco dancers while listening to live music.

The event celebrates Spain’s spring festival. Wear you most colorful outfit. A ticket includes an all-you-can-eat tapas buffet and signature cocktails.

Details: https://enix.beer/event/feria/

For the little ones

The EQT Children’s Theater Festival presented by Pittsburgh Cultural Trust offers family friendly professional theater performances from around the world, in addition to 50 free hands-on activities, workshops and pop-up performances for kids of all ages Friday through Sunday in the Cultural District, Downtown.

There are some ticketed performances by theater companies from the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Denmark and Mexico, along with two from the U.S.

Details: http://trustarts.org

The final performance

This is the last weekend to attend Pittsburgh Public Theater’s Paula Vogel’s Tony Award-nominated play, “Indecent.” The final show is Sunday at the O’Reilly Theater, Downtown. The production is directed by Carnegie Mellon University graduate Risa Brainin. In the play, an ensemble of 10 actors and musicians follow the trajectory of Sholem Asch’s controversial “God of Vengeance,” the first play by a Jewish playwright to open on Broadway, a press release said. It was created in 1906 when the Yiddish writer was 26 years old.

Details: http://ppt.org

Evening shopping

The Night Markets at Market Square, Downtown, open Saturday. This weekly outdoor Saturday pop-up shopping experience runs from 5 to 10 p.m. through Oct. 26 and features local independent vendors selling everything from clothing to furniture to candles and food.

Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/339770000062749/

A purrfect event

The Lawrenceville Cat Crawl is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, beginning at 4101 Butler St. in Lawrenceville. The event invites shoppers to “cat crawl” thought the various shops along Butler St. to visit adoptable cats and kittens. There will be specials offered at the stores, with part of the proceeds benefiting Animal Friends.

Details: https://www.thinkingoutsidethecage.org/

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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