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More than 260 guests enjoyed the gala held at Pittsburgh Opera headquarters.
Event supports the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh.
While Audra McDonald was preparing for her concert at the Byham, the people who made it happen were prepping for an evening next door.
The James Beard Culinary Tribute of WQED’s Chris Fennimore was a food fest for fans and family Saturday night.
More than 250 supporters attended the 135th anniversary of Three Rivers Youth, raising more than $130,000.
Celebrities turned out Saturday for Hello Bully’s seventh annual Lovers Not Fighters Gala at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall in Oakland.
Since you can’t make it to all of them, we’ve rounded up some of the best parties of the week!
Each year, this highly anticipated event honors five Pittsburgh powerhouses within their respective fields.
About 700 guests enjoyed the event which was held at Carnegie Museum of Art.
Partygoers enjoyed a sizzling hot spicy soirée featuring salsa dancing and salsa eating on Saturday night at the Pittsburgh Opera
It was bucolic beauty meets industrial drab and beyond at the “Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape” reception.
More than 360 attended the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America’s 7th annual Women of Distinction Awards Luncheon.
Pittsburgh is not a sleepy city! Check out even more fun events that happened this weekend.
The National Kidney Foundation Serving the Alleghenies hosted its first Young Professionals Cinco de Mayo celebration.
A sea of roughly 670 colorful hats peppered the park on the North Side for the 17th annual event.
The Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh welcomed close to 300 guests on Friday night at the J. Verno Studio, South Side.
The Rights to Realities dinner to celebrate women’s health and equality was held at the Fairmont on Friday night.
The Wyndham Grand was host to PPT’s “That’s Entertainment With a Vegas Twist,” on Saturday night.
The American Cancer Society welcomed country music star Scotty McCreery and Canaan Smith to entertain about 270 guests at fundraiser..
Close to 1,000 art enthusiasts and Persad supporters enjoyed an art auction by local collectors and artists at the Wyndham Grand.
Parties and events around town.
More than 400 guests indulged their sweet tooth at the Pittsburgh Opera on Saturday night for a cake tasting contest.
Three Rivers Adoption Council celebrates its 35th anniversary with event at LeMont.
FAME (Fund for Advancement of Minorities through Education) celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Chris Jamison performed during the Earth Day festivities held at Downtown’s Hotel Monaco.
The fourth annual Green Heart Gala to raise funds for children and families dealing with congenital heart disease.
The pop-up exhibit features neon pieces Martin Potoczny has collected and created.
More than 200 guests flocked to escape the dreary weather and enjoy the tropical forest of the Congo at Phipps Conservatory.
Catch up on even more fun events that happened this weekend!
Roughly 230 guests celebrated the PBT’s 45th year with a gala, and a surprise announcement.
More than 700 supporters attended the Rainbow Gala held at the Westin Convention Center.
Roughly 500 partygoers supported the 42nd annual Art Rooney Award Dinner & Auction to benefit The Catholic Youth Association of Pittsburgh.
More than 200 jazz enthusiasts came out to tap their feet and show support for Familylinks and to honor local jazz legend, Roger Humphries.
Roughly 245 fashionistas shopped ‘til they dropped at the Fairmont Hotel, Downtown, to benefit the Bartko Foundation.
Many fun things happened over the weekend that didn’t fit in the paper, including the JFilm Festival, POWER Promises and The Great Debate.
More than 350 guests came out to support HEARTH to help end homelessness and support at-risk families.
Anything goes at the 10th annual time-travel themed Dirty Ball to celebrate Attack Theatre’s 20th season.
The second annual Fashion for the Wild event was full of stylish sights and fashionable faces on Thursday night.
The party took place at Bridges, inside the Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center in Oakland.
Patrons of the beloved annual Parks Conservancy Hat Luncheon gathered for a cocktail party to chat about...what else? Hats, of course.
Nearly 300 guests filled the Grand Priory Hall to mark the Catholic elementary school’s milestone.
A few events of note.
Guests from all over the city donned their best black tie to come together in the spirit of unity and help put an end to gun violence here.
Allentown is ready for more new businesses, and the business district threw a party to show potential owners how it will help.
Baron Batch painted while Beauty Slap played at a Pittsburgh Cultural Trust happy hour at Cabaret at Theater Square, the first in a series.
Every seat at the Monterey Bay Fish Grotto now has a view of the city, and the owners threw a party to celebrate its major redesign.
Yelp brings the circus to town at the Children’s Museum for its biggest event ever with 1,400 partygoers.
More than 350 partygoers attended the event raising more than $153,000 for research and support for those with HIV.
More than 200 guests attended the The Boys & Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania fundraiser and raised about $66,000 for the organization.
More than 300 partygoers attended the benefit which raised $161,00 for Family House.
Natalie Bencivenga's SEEN documents Pittsburgh social life in all its diversity. Beyond the galas, the glitterati and the glamour, it chronicles the way we live today and the people who are engaged in making this community a vibrant place to live.
A Pittsburgh native who has a master's degree in social work, Ms. Bencivenga ran her own online lifestyle magazine for five years. She is broadening the reach of SEEN by expanding the kinds of events the Post-Gazette covers. She also heavily uses social media to engage readers so that even if they can't be at the party with SEEN, they'll be part of the party.
Send invitations to SEEN, 34 Boulevard of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. Email Natalie Bencivenga or fax 412-263-1706.