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Next Pittsburgh: 22 things to do this week, Juneteenth at ARP

Next Pittsburgh: 22 things to do this week, Juneteenth at ARP

What’s going on this week in Pittsburgh, June 13-19? Find out here. Visit each organization’s website and social media for changing Covid protocols. Friday, June 17, and Sunday, June 19: Juneteenth at Allegheny RiverTrail Park7-10 p.m. & 6 p.m.Head to Aspinwall...

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Pgh City Paper: Pittsburgh’s Top Events: June 16-22

Pgh City Paper: Pittsburgh’s Top Events: June 16-22

This‌ ‌week’s‌ ‌must-see‌ ‌arts‌ ‌and‌ ‌cultural‌ productions Sun., June 19 MUSIC • IRLDo you remember, the 19th night of Junetember? Travel back in time with Earth Wind & Fire tribute band Let’s Groove Tonight at Allegheny RiverTrail Park....

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TribLive: FC Pride in the Park aims to show support for all

TribLive: FC Pride in the Park aims to show support for all

“Be who you are” – that’s the message of the second annual FC Pride in the Park, a family-friendly event scheduled to fill the grounds at Allegheny RiverTrail Park in Aspinwall. An inclusive festival featuring crafts, carnival games, button making, canvas...

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Next Pgh: This week in Pittsburgh, Concert Series at ARP

Next Pgh: This week in Pittsburgh, Concert Series at ARP

What’s going on this week in Pittsburgh, May 23-29? Friday, May 27: Concert Series at Allegheny RiverTrail Park7 p.m.The banks of the Allegheny will be activated by live music when this free summer concert series returns to Aspinwall. Kicking off summer on...

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Via Pittsburgh Magazine: 21 Reasons to Love Pittsburgh Right Now

As 2021 draws to a close, here are 21 reasons — new, expanded, revived or revitalized — to love the city, right now.  Sean Collier, Lauren Davidson, Ollie Gratzinger, Hal B. Klein, Virginia Linn, Jessica Sinichak, Photos by Huck Beard (1) Commissary Kitchens Help...

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ARP Presents Shiver on the River

Aspinwall, PA – Allegheny RiverTrail Park presents a winter festival called Shiver on the River on Friday, December 17 from 6pm-9pm. Shiver on the River will feature live music, a holiday market with artisanal vendors, a special holiday display for children on loan...

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PG SEEN: Allegheny RiverTrail’s River Rocks

By Patricia Sheridan Staff writer With more than 18 acres to roam, “The River Rocks: Let’s Blaze a Trail!” party at Allegheny RiverTrail Park was an outdoor extravaganza celebrating the park’s 10th anniversary. The Friday night event also showed off an additional mile...

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ARP is closed to the public today 10.1.21

ARP is closed to the public until tomorrow (10/2/21) in order to set up for and host the River Rocks. Unlike other parks, ARP is a private nonprofit, and not supported by municipal taxes. This means that to stay open, each year, we must raise all of the money needed...

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PG: 41 pound fish caught at ARP

Fishing Report: Rivers catfish on the prowl in cooler waters John Hayes Pittsburgh Post-Gazette jhayes@post-gazette.com Sep 9, 2021 12:00 PM Allegheny River (Allegheny County) Doug Shriber and his son, Nate, 6, both of Squirrel Hill, landed a 37-inch, 41-pound...

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