1) 50 Cities-50 Traces | International Art & Peace Project (2018-2020) | World Premiere
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons signed in 1968, the art works juxtapose individual traces from 50 Mayors for Peace cities, highlighting the diversity and beauty of these cities and the daily life taking place therein.Part of the Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts. See our overview story about the Festival. 937 Liberty Gallery, 937 Liberty Avenue.
2) Are you both a problem solver and a team player? Then Enter the Imaginarium is just the place for you and your group. Developed by the creative mind of local promoter/musician Rod Schwartz and the talented people at Bricolage Production Company. The concept is simple, but the escape is not. There are two different immersive escape rooms at The Imaginarium. One is the Chamber of Illusions, a room of magic and misdirection, where you must “Match wits with the mastermind responsible for the world’s most infamous illusions and expose the traitor who destroyed it all.” The second is The Inventors Paradox where you will “Turn back the hands of time and enter the lost memories of the Imaginarium’s creator. Explore the archives of his inventions, open the window to forever and release the secret that keeps him a prisoner of the past.” Don’t worry everyone gets out eventually and there are rest rooms if needed. 32 Alpha Dr. W., Harmar.
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
Free admission: 9AM-5PM (gates close 4PM)
Explore Forest Passage and meet our new Canadian lynx kittens. Stop by the African Savanna and encounter an elephant herd. And don’t forget to visit the Tropical Forest, where our new baby gorilla resides. From the mountains of Asia to the jungles of Africa, travel the world at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. Sponsored by PPG. Please expect traffic congestion and large crowds.
10AM-noon: Kids activities and raffles with Chamber Music Pittsburgh.
Noon-1PM: Performance by River City Brass, an all-brass ensemble playing an eclectic mix of jazz, rock, classical and Broadway tunes.
7370 Baker St. (Highland Park)
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: Historical Tours of Main Library
Free admission: 11AM-noon; 1-2PM
Reservation requested at carnegielibrary.org/historicaltours.
Prime Stage Theatre
Free admission: 2PM
Courage is the theme for Prime Stage Theatre as we present a “sneak preview” of our 22nd season with Of Mice and Men, In the Time of Butterflies, Twelfth Night, along with discovering our partnerships and special guests.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Main, 4400 Forbes Ave. (Oakland)