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May 2017  
When Modern Was Contemporary
http://thewestmoreland.org/exhibitions/when-modern-was-contemporary-selections-from-the-roy-r-neuberger-collection-2/
02-25-17 to 05-21-17
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, 221 N. Ma
(724) 837-1500

This pivotal exhibition is drawn from the collection of financier Roy R. Neuberger (1903-2010). One of America’s most important collectors, he assembled a groundbreaking collection of American modern art.



Exquisite Patterns in Nature
http://www.huntbotanical.org
03-19-17 to 06-30-17
Carnegie Mellon University, 5th Floor, Hunt Librar
412-268-2434

This selection of artwork and books from the Institute are representative of, or inspired by, the fascinating configurations in the architecture of all organisms.



Growing Through Grief Support Group
www.FamilyHospicePA.org
03-22-17 to 05-03-17
UPMC St. Margaret, Conference Center B, 815 Freepo
412-572-8829

Growing through Grief is a free six-week educational support group beginning March 22. The group will meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m. each Wednesday evening excluding April 5 and end on May 3. Pre-registration is required. Facilitated by a Family Hospice bereavement counselor and trained volunteer, this free group focuses on managing and coping with grief after a death with the goal of rebuilding hope after loss. The group provides a safe and supportive environment for those grieving to explore how they have been impacted by loss and how to use healthy ways of coping with grief. For more information or to register for Growing through Grief, contact the Family Hospice Bereavement Department at 412-572-8829. Bereavement support is a vital aspect of Family Hospice’s care and outreach to the community. Bereavement services, including individual counseling, are available to the bereaved of patients. Support groups are offered throughout the community and the year. The Growing Through Grief educational support group has helped hundreds of Western Pennsylvania residents since its inception more than 20 years ago. Additionally, Family Hospice offers Camp Healing Hearts, an annual camp for grieving children and their caregivers. About Family Hospice: Family Hospice and Palliative Care has been providing compassionate care throughout Western Pennsylvania since 1980. As the Commonwealth’s largest nonprofit hospice provider, Family Hospice serves 20 counties in the region, helping patients make choices about their care, supporting family and friends who are grieving and educating both professionals and the community about end-of-life issues. Through a commitment to quality services, Family Hospice provides a complete continuum of care to patients and families. For more information, visit FamilyHospicePA.org, www.Facebook.com/FamilyHospicePA or Twitter.com/Family Hospice.



Squeeze My Cans
http://www.12peerstheater.org
05-03-17 to 05-07-17
University of Pittsburgh Studio Theatre
724-331-7525

Squeeze My Cans has hit theaters in Chicago and Los Angeles to critical and popular acclaim, selling-out houses and inspiring crowds who often stick around after, curious about the journey in and out of Scientology. Using only a chair, a stool, projections, lighting and nearly a million dollars, this show rockets your audience through this roller-coaster ride of the heart... but with aliens. Cathy Schenkelberg’s journey as a Nebraska Catholic girl from a family of ten, through the rabbit hole of this infamous and unbelievable cult, represents an everywoman’s story of a young adult searching for her place and purpose in life which is moving, hilarious, heart-breaking and redemptive.



Ramp Crawl 2017
http://oaklandforall.org/
05-05-17 to 05-05-17
Schenley Plaza 4100 Forbes Ave
4126836243

Oakland For All – Beyond Accessible welcomes you to join us for our 3rd annual Ramp Crawl (21+ EVENT)! Participants will have the opportunity to enjoy Oakland's ADA-compliant food and beverage locations -- all while raising awareness on the importance on Accessibility. Register for $20 and get a free t-shirt, complimentary drink, and gift bag. Proceeds benefit the Oakland For All – Beyond Accessible program in transforming Oakland into a model community for Accessibility.



The Perks of Being a Wallflower
http://www.primestage.com
05-05-17 to 05-14-17
New Hazlett Theater
724-331-7525

The regional premiere of this coming of age story, set in Pittsburgh, will get audiences wrapped up with Charlie, an observant "wallflower," as he charts a course through the strange world between adolescence and adulthood.



Mars New Year 2017 Celebration
www.marsnewyear.com
05-05-17 to 05-06-17
Downtown Mars Borough
412-996-9350

From May 5th to May 6th, 2107, the community of Mars Borough, Pennsylvania will ring in the Mars new year with celebration, innovation and exploration.



Ukrainian Genealogy Workshop
https://www.ukrhec.org/workshop/family-history-group
05-06-17 to 05-06-17
Ukrainian American Citizens' Club, 302 Mansfield B
8143600638

Join fellow genealogists from Pennsylvania, Ohio, and surrounding areas for a day-long workshop informative talks and networking opportunities for Ukrainian family history.



The FARE Food Allergy Walk
05-07-17 to 05-07-17
Pittsburgh Zoo PPG Aquarium
5402428009

The FARE Walk for Food Allergy- Pittsburgh will be held on Sunday, May 7 at 9:30 am at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium in coordination with Food Allergy Awareness Month. The FARE Walk for Food Allergy, raises critical funds and awareness to advance FARE’s mission and create a safer, more inclusive world for children and adults who are managing life threatening food allergies. This year, tens of thousands of supporters will gather at family-friendly walks in communities nationwide to honor their loved ones, friends, co-workers and neighbors who are living with food allergies. Join us in support of the 15 million Americans with food allergies! Registration is FREE and will open soon. Learn more at www.foodallergywalk.org or call FARE Walk Manager Martha Crews at (540) 242-8009.



NewMoves Contemporary Dance Symposium
http://kelly-strayhorn.org/events/newmoves-contemporary-dance-symposium/
05-12-17 to 05-12-17
Kelly Strayhorn Theater 5941 Penn Ave
4123633000

newMoves celebrates rising talent and established artists alike, as local contemporary dancers and choreographers share the stage with visiting guest artists.



Art on Tap
http://thewestmoreland.org/event/art-on-tap-may-2017/
05-12-17 to 05-12-17
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
724-837-1500

Experience happy hour at The Westmoreland the second Friday of every month from 5pm to 7pm.



Matt Nakoa
http://www.uusongspace.com
05-13-17 to 05-13-17
First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, 605 Morewood
4123371594

SongSpace at First Unitarian presents Matt Nakoa on Saturday, May 13 at 7:30pm. Tickets $15 advance through brownpapertickets.com or $20 at the door; $5 discount for students / limited income. Details at uusongspace.com. Matt Nakoa is an internationally touring singer/songwriter, recently appearing at The White House, throughout India, and regularly with folk icon Tom Rush. Growing up on a small goat farm in rural New York State, Matt discovered music as a means of teenage escape and trained to be a concert pianist. Matt was ultimately accepted as a vocalist to Berklee College of Music where he studied alongside soon-to-be Grammy winners St. Vincent and Esperanza Spalding, among others. After school, Matt landed in NYC’s vibrant piano bar scene. There he quickly became a star performer at Manhattan’s famous Brandy’s Piano Bar, with lines waiting outside the door each Saturday night. As if illustrating two sides of himself, Matt’s first album, Light In The Dark (2012), is a sweeping pop opus, while A Dozen Other Loves (2014) explores an intimate acoustic palette. Across the board his song craft has garnered awards, including a win at Kerrville Folk Festival’s prestigious New Folk Competition. Though not easily pinned down, as a recent review on CoverLayDown.com put it, "Matt Nakoa is a musical adept, one of those well-kept secrets you just can’t help but celebrate: intimate and genuine, soulful and bittersweet, a rich poetic songbook sung in praise to a complicated, emotionally present world."



Take Two
http://thewestmoreland.org/event/take-two-may-2017/
05-17-17 to 05-17-17
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
724-837-1500

Features different voices and unique perspectives to explore and interpret the art. Time: 6:00pm–7:00pm



Westmoreland Jazz Society Concert
http://thewestmoreland.org/event/westmoreland-jazz-society-concert-featuring-thomas-wendt-the-main-stem-quintet/
05-18-17 to 05-18-17
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
724-837-1500

Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are available at the door, online, or by calling 1.888.71TICKETS.



5th Annual Margaret Ross Elementary PTA 5k and 1 Mile Family Fun Walk
https://runsignup.com/race/pa/aliquippa/mrepta5k
05-20-17 to 05-20-17
1955 Maratta Road Aliquippa PA 15001
7244941359

Whether you are an avid runner or a beginner, this hometown race is the just event for you! The 3.1 mile course loops you through Hopewell Twp, beginning at Margaret Ross Elementary, past Hopewell High School, Hopewell Jr. High, the Hopewell Twp Municipal Building, and right back around to the finish line at Margaret Ross!!



30th Annual Family Hospice Golf Benefit
www.FamilyHospicePA.org
05-22-17 to 05-22-17
Valley Brook Country Club, 425 Hidden Valley Rd.,
412-572-8812

Family Hospice and Palliative Care celebrates three decades of golf to raise funds for patients and their caregivers at the 30th Anniversary Golf Benefit on May 22 at the Valley Brook Country Club, McMurray, PA. It will be attended by several Pittsburgh Pirates alumni, including Steve Blass, and former Pittsburgh Steeler and emcee Judge Dwayne Woodruff. All competitors have a chance at winning various tests of skill, including a hole-in-one for $50,000 sponsored by USA Compression and skill prizes for the best score, longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 11 a.m. A silent auction begins at 4 p.m. and includes condominium stays at Hilton Head, SC; Fallingwater/Ohiopyle, PA and Snowshoe, WV. The silent auction will also include autographed memorabilia and tickets to sporting and cultural events and more. Beginning at 4:30 p.m., the awards dinner will feature Judge Dwayne Woodruff as emcee. Non-golfers are also welcome to attend the dinner and silent auction and can purchase tickets individually. Woodruff played 12 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers and spent much of that time attending Duquesne University School of Law at night. In 1988 after graduation, he began practicing law with the Meyer Darragh firm while still playing with the Steelers. In 1997 became a founding partner of Woodruff Flaherty law firm, later Woodruff Flaherty & Fardo, while still playing full-time with the Steelers. Woodruff was appointed as a Judge on the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County – Pittsburgh, presiding primarily in the Family Court Division since 2005. He recently announced his candidacy to become a justice on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Various levels of involvement, including foursomes and twosomes and tee signs are available. All monies raised from the Golf Benefit are kept in your local community and help to provide charitable care to seriously-ill persons who are hospice eligible but do not have insurance and fall within federal poverty guidelines. Funds also go toward bereavement resources for patients and families. Family Hospice invites members of the community to participate in support of local families. Registration is available online at www.FamilyHospicePA.org. For more information, contact Christine Jamison, special events coordinator, at 412-572-8812 or cjamison@familyhospicePA.org. About Family Hospice: Family Hospice and Palliative Care has been providing compassionate care throughout Western Pennsylvania since 1980. As the Commonwealth’s largest nonprofit hospice provider, Family Hospice helps patients make choices about their care, supporting family and friends who are grieving and educating both professionals and the community about end-of-life issues. Through a commitment to quality services, Family Hospice provides a complete continuum of care to patients and families. For more information, visit FamilyHospicePA.org, www.Facebook.com/FamilyHospicePA or Twitter.com/Family Hospice.



2017 Creative Nonfiction Writers' Conference
creativenonfiction.org/conference
05-26-17 to 05-27-17
Point Park University
4124042975

Join us to explore the art, craft, and business of creative nonfiction with authors, agents, book publishers, and editors from some of the most thoughtful magazines in America, including Esquire, Harper's Magazine, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Creative Nonfiction, and more.



LionFire Festival
www.lionfirefestival.com
05-27-17 to 05-28-17
Cooper's Lake Campground, 205 Currie Rd, Slippery
8147204536

This two-day event features 8 total firework displays, live music, a kids zone, and onsite camping, this is a Memorial Day weekend event you don't want to miss!



Strider Cup Race
https://www.striderbikes.com/pittsburgh
05-27-17 to 05-27-17
Southside Works S 27th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203
605-342-0266

Strider No-Pedal Balance Bikes are developed for both learning the ropes of riding and honing advanced skills in racing.



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