The Can’t Miss

June 10

Startup Drinks Pittsburgh holds Tipsy Pitches, a night for entrepreneurs to pitch their silliest ideas and compete for cash prizes. Attendees can just watch or sign up to be one of the pitchers. 6 p.m. Free.

PRSA Pittsburgh and the Young Professionals Committee host a panel on Navigating the Job Search During Covid-19 Times. The panelists will share tips on virtual networking and interviewing, resume-building and more. Registration is required. 6 p.m. Free.

June 11

Pittsburgh Human Rights Working Group, US Human Rights Network and Global Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh hold a webinar on Local & Global Strategies for Advancing the Human Right to Housing, part of an ongoing forum discussing issues brought to light during the pandemic. Reservation is encouraged. 4 p.m. Free.

June 12

The Block Northway hosts their annual Farmer’s Market. Participating vendors and artisans include Franktuary, Graeter’s Ice Cream, Kilimanjaro and more. Attendees are required to wear masks, and no pets other than service animals are allowed. 3 p.m. 8013 McKnight Rd. Free admission.

June 13

Bloomfield Saturday Market continues with some safety measures in place to increase safety. Shop locally produced cheese, meat, coffee and more. A full list of the market’s modified operations during the pandemic is available to read before attending. 9 a.m. 5050 Liberty Ave. Free admission.

Craft beer fans can attend Mitch Steele’s discussion of the Evolution of IPAs including brewing techniques and hopping procedures. Registration is required. 2 p.m. Free for MBAA members, $5 general admission.

SisTers PGH and People’s Pride PGH – Breaking the Cistem host LGBTQIA Pittsburgh’s BEST: Award Ceremony, honoring the local individuals, organizations and businesses for the work they do for the community. 6 p.m. 530 William Penn Pl. $20 general admission, $27.50 chicken dinner, $22.50 vegetarian/vegan dinner, $160 table reservation for up to eight people.

June 14

PizzaFest goes virtual this year, featuring demonstrations and tips on how to make the dough, sauce and all the other ingredients that go into pizza just right. Artisans from Caliente Pizza and Draft House, Slice on Broadway, Eddie’s Pizza 412 and Mercurio’s Pizza and Gelato participate as well as a show from Flair bartenders. Attendees can either just watch or sign up to pickup a pizza kit from their favorite place. 6 p.m. $10 zoom access, $25 zoom access and pizza kit.

June 15

Northland Kids & Teens Summer Reading holds Toddler Time featuring nursery rhymes, songs and more perfect for kids in the pre-reading stage. 10 a.m. Free.

Pittsburgh Youth Chorus moves their classes online for the first time. Jun. 15 through Jul. 31, PYC is offering classes for kids eight years old and up, either in groups or individually, on a variety of topics relating to music. For those who bundle courses, discounts are available. Times and price vary on which courses attendees register for.

Assemble hosts a virtual summer class on the future of city planning and community agriculture through virtual reality. Jun 15 through Jun. 19, kids ages six to fifteen can explore ideas, hear from experts in arts, math and science as well as create with hands-on activities. Classes are hosted on Google Hangouts. YOU-TOPIA : FUTUREVISION is free for Garfield residents, and scholarships are available to those who need it. 3 p.m. $20 general admission.

1Hood Media holds 1Hood Power Hour, a weekly forum on their Facebook Live featuring community leaders, local politicians and policymakers. 7 p.m. Free.

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