The Healthy Hypnotist makes an appearance in the Northside at Southern Tier Brewery this weekend. Plus: The Mexican War Streets Yard Sale and the Observatory Hill House Tour. 

Thursday, May 30

The Healthy Hypnotist at Southern Tier Brewery

THE HEALTHY HYPNOTIST makes a splash on the North Shore! OPEN HOUSE • May 30, 2019 • 4pm-7pm • Southern Tier Brewery • LIVE MUSIC! Amy discovered Marisa Peer’s Rapid Transformational Therapy – RTT is a stand alone therapy that offers unparalleled results by combining the most beneficial principles of hypnotherapy, NLP, psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. Learn how RTT can help you meet your personal and professional goals! For more information, contact AMY WOHAR | CERTIFIED HYPNOTHERAPIST, RAPID TRANSFORMATIONAL THERAPIST at 412-350-8976 | AMY@THEHEALTHYHYPNOTIST.COM More information at: www.thehealthyhypnotist.com

Stories That Heal: Corrine Jasmine at Alphabet City

Join for a reading with Corrine Jasmine, as part of the NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania’s Stories That Heal reading series. This program will be held downstairs in the intimate Word Cellar. Stories That Heal is a series that highlights local authors who live with and/or have a loved one who lives with mental health conditions. Their stories of lived experience promote empathy, foster resilience, and uncover the truths about living with a mental health diagnosis. Event is from 7 to 8 p.m. R.S.V.P. for free here.

Friday, May 31

Good Friday at The Andy Warhol Museum

For a more social experience, The Warhol Museum is open until 10 p.m. on Fridays and offers half-price museum admission and a cash bar beginning at 5 p.m. More information available here.

The Big Bend, Beaumont James & The Wild Claims at Park House

This is gonna be a mysterious night at the Park House … The Big Bend returns after a break trying out some mysterious new tunes … PGH music’s mysterious wayward son Rob Collier is passing through town with his band, Milwaukee’s own “Beaumont James & The Wild Claims” … FREE SHOW! MUSIC STARTS AT 9:30PM More information available via Facebook.

Saturday, June 1

The Mexican War Streets Yard Sale!

The Annual Mexican War Streets Neighborhood Wide Yard Sale is back! Save the date and keep checking the event page for updates on food, beer, and specialty vendors! MWS Residents- Start cleaning out your basements and attics! *NOTE* – Sellers MUST live within the MWS boundaries – Brighton Rd to Federal St and North Ave to Jefferson St. For a list of vendors and to learn more about how to become one yourself, visit the Facebook event page.

Record a Father’s Day Audio Card at SLB Radio Productions

Create a one-of-a-kind gift for dad, grandpa, uncle or any special man in your life. Say and display “I love you” or another special message by making a Voice Print featuring a waveform depicting the unique sound of your voice that you can decorate, frame and take home. Cost is $15. For more information and to RSVP, click here.

Baseball Skills Workshop at PNC Park

Allegheny Health Network (AHN) has partnered with the Pittsburgh Pirates in an annual effort to raise awareness and funds to help support cancer care at the Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute. This year, the annual fundraiser runs from 9 a.m. to noon (check in begins at 8:30 a.m.) at PNC Park, on field, and will feature a baseball skills workshop and an opportunity to meet Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon and first basemen Josh Bell. There will be five workshop stations at the event including catching, catching pop-ups, fielding ground balls, throwing, and batting practice. There will be a question and answer session in the PNC Park stands with some Pittsburgh Pirates, including Taillon and Bell at 10:30 a.m. Everyone is welcome and eligible to participate. Fans can register the day of the event, however, space is limited. Sign up today to reserve your spot at CatchForCancer.org Families and friends of participants are welcome to watch from the stands. All participants should to bring their own glove.

Neighborhood Clean Up in Observatory Hill

From 10 a.m. to Noon on Saturday, June 1st, help pretty up the neighborhood before the house tour event. Meet in the parking lot across from Schorr’s Bakery. Tools and trash bags will be there. First everyone will pick up the business district and head over to the Acorn Hill area which is the central location for the house tour event.

Sunday, June 2

OHI House Tour

Observatory Hill: In A Nutshell Annual house tour runs from Noon to 5pm on Sunday, June 2 and will feature unique homes and gardens of Acorn Hill. Come hungry and eat lunch at the Riverview Café located in the social hall of the Riverview United Presbyterian Church. Purchase your discounted tickets now through paypal by visiting our website and then on the day of the tour, pick up your maps and tour books located at the registration tables in front of the church at 3505 Perrysville Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15214. Pre-sale tickets on sale now at: www.observatoryhill.net Find more information here.

Yoga in Riverview Park

Meet at the Visitor Center and bring a mat. The plan is to practice on the lawn outside the Center so this event is weather dependent. Beginners are welcome and encouraged! RSVP required: riverviewpark.pgh@gmail.com For more information, check out the Facebook event page.

Live Music w/ Stefan Edward + Rolling Meatballs Food Truck

Fun Sunday for you with singer-songwriter Stefan Edward stopping in as part of a national tour. Rolling Meatballs food truck will be making its debut at the brewery as well. Music 3-6pm. More information available here.

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