The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is proud to offer the following PGU continuing education workshops for the 2016 spring semester. Join one or more of these PG instructors as they teach about topics related to their fields of expertise.
Laurel Highlands Trout Trail: John Hayes, Outdoors editor
Saturday, May 14 • 7 a.m. — 9 p.m.
A motor coach travels to the Laurel Highlands for a trout fishing workshop where course participants can learn various angling techniques and spend time out on the water in Somerset County. A buy-your-own dinner at the Oakhurst Tea Room will precede the return trip home. $50.
Unique Pittsburgh: PG Editorial columnist Brian O'Neill
Monday, May 23 • 7 p.m. — 9 p.m.
Brian O'Neill is the author of “The Paris of Appalachia: Pittsburgh in the Twenty-First Century,” the fastest selling title in the history of the Carnegie Mellon University Press. More a biography of a city than a history, O'Neill explains Pittsburgh’s unique personality through its quirky folkways. Included with course registration is a copy of the book. $45.
Click here to register for PGU or contact 412-263-1741 for more information.