Shadyside is a vibrant, active community, full of plenty to do. This fall, try out all of these events and places to go. There should be enough to keep you busy on the weekends all summer long!
Join the whole neighborhood as Walnut Street is blocked off October 21st at 7 p.m. for an outdoor concert. Typically Jam on Walnuts attract 5,000 people for the block party. Funds raised will go toward Humane Animal Rescue.
On Saturday Oct. 7th, a 5K run and 1 mile family fun walk will benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Shadyside. Many consider it a fast-moving house tour—while you’re there check out all of the listings in the area.
This fall, Shadyside’s Pittsburgh Center for the Arts will call itself home to many exhibits. There’s Laura Jean McLaughlin’s “Shards in Leotards,” where shards and broken pieces are place together to create new “visual experiences.” Also worth checking out is Desiree Palermo’s “Fleeting Elation.” The exhibit focuses on making art while emphasizing materials and using paint in full.
This friendly neighborhood eatery is home to trivia nights and lots of delicious specials like half off wing night, half off happy hour on weekdays and more. Their chicken fingers and wings offer so many flavors the whole family will be happy.
You’re going to need a few new pieces to your fall wardrobe right? Hey Betty! is a vintage clothing shop in the neighborhood perfect for that unique something. The shop will reopen with their new fall merchandise on Sept. 26th. Get out of the ordinary, unique pieces that will have everyone wondering where you snagged such a special item.