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Allegheny County offers activities for all ages through its network of parks, libraries, programs and services. Whether your interests are physical, social, educational or cultural, you can find something interesting to do close to home. The following websites provide detailed information about these offerings as well as calendars of events. Check them out for individual and family fun.

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Black Maternal Health Week 2021

Brown Mamas is hosting 3 events on Sunday, April 11, Wednesday, April 14th and Friday, April 16th for Black Maternal Health week. Check out their website for more information on these great events!

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Hello Baby Virtual Parenting Groups

Join these groups from the comfort of home. Ask a nurse about everything from sleeping to solid food and connect with other parents just like you in Hello Mommy and Hello Daddy.

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FREE Virtual Community Baby Shower

This event, hosted by Beverly's Birthdays, is designed for expecting parents or individuals caring for a newborn (0-3 months) and will be held February 18, 2021 from 11a.m.-12p.m.


Family Centers

Each of Allegheny County’s 27 Family Centers provides free activities for kids, parents and caregivers of all ages. Check out upcoming events!

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Carnegie Library

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh with almost 20 locations offers a range of activities for everyone from early childhood to adults. From storytelling to homework to job search assistance, you can find much more than books at the Carnegie Library.

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Allegheny County Library Association

The 45 member libraries of the ACLA have something for everyone. From Rockin’ Read-Alouds to STEM adventures, game nights and performances by the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, you’re sure to find something to engage your whole family.

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Kidsburgh can guide you to fun things to do in Pittsburgh. Check out their kid-friendly events calendar offering free and pay events throughout the region.

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Live Well Allegheny

Live Well Allegheny seeks to improve the health and wellness of all County residents. Activities are designed to increase physical health, mental wellness and quality of life. Event offerings range from County parks activities to vaccine clinics and local farmer markets.

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RAD Works Here

The Regional Asset District (RAD) website includes lists and links to every agency and program it supports, which represent practically every cultural and recreational activity throughout the County! Go to their website to find out What’s Happening.

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Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

The Parks Conservancy educates people of all ages about the relationship between humans and nature. They do this through a variety of public programs and special events as well as summer camps and school programs. Visit their website to learn more.

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Allegheny County Parks

There are nine Allegheny County parks that offer fun activities, seasonal events, hiking and sports, and even dog training. From skiing and snow tubing at Boyce Park to viewing a meteor shower at Harrison Hills Park, check out what the County parks have to offer.

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Single Mom Defined

Single Mom Defined's Facebook virtually connects you with a community of folks while keeping you up to date on issues that impact our lives.

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Pittsburgh Brown Mamas

Pittsburgh Brown Mamas provides Black mothers with positive socialization opportunities and connect them with a village to raise happy, healthy adults.

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Don’t-miss out on events and happenings by checking out this curated selection of weekly events, for the whole family.

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