Sunday, September 6: Virtual Class: Creme Puffs
Satisfy your sweet tooth and up your dessert game during this online class led by Gaynor’s School of Cooking. Your mouth will water as the Gaynor pros teach you how to make Choux pastry dough, creme puffs, eclairs and chocolate glaze. Buy tickets.
Sunday, September 6: Virtual Community Day with Westmoreland Museum of American Art
10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Fire up that device and spend the day with the Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Make butterfly art using objects from your home, paint with salt and watercolors and enjoy live music by fig. Packed with free fun, the event also includes yoga workshops, artful food presentations by Blanket & Board and story times with the Greensburg-Hempfield Library.
Sunday, September 6: Hollywood East Movie Tour
11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Discover why Pittsburgh is dubbed Hollywood East during this cool event hosted by Walk the Burgh Tours. Visit actual locations where blockbusters and independent flicks were filmed, explore local landmarks seen on the big screen and learn the history of Downtown theaters. Buy tickets.
Sunday, September 6 : Guided hike at Hartwood Acres
Head into nature to experience a crown jewel of Allegheny County’s 12,000-acre, nine-park system. Led by an Allegheny County Park Ranger, you’ll explore the past, present and future of Hartwood Acres during a 1.5-mile hike traversing easy terrain. Register for free here.
Sunday, September 6: Allegheny County Summer Concert Series on Pittsburgh’s CW
Slay the Sunday scaries with live world music from Uprooted, the latest project helmed by Michael Glabicki. The free Allegheny County Summer Concert Series is broadcast on Pittsburgh’s CW television channel as well as via Facebook and YouTube.
Sunday, September 6: Rent John Lewis: Good Trouble from from the Harris Theater @ Home
The world lost a hero like no other on July 17, when U.S. Rep. John Lewis passed away. Get into some good trouble with the civil rights icon by renting Dawn Porter’s new documentary chronicling Lewis’ remarkable life and legacy. The rental includes exclusive access to a pre-recorded discussion between Congressman Lewis and Oprah Winfrey, and a panel discussion with the director. Rent the film online here.