How Pittsburgh Put a Man on the Moon
Stop by the History Center for some holiday cheer with master storyteller Andy Masich, who will discuss the incredible story of how Pittsburgh helped put a man on the moon, and reveal some unexpected Pittsburgh innovations and connections to the 1969 Moon landing.
Homeschool Day: Lunar Exploration – The Apollo 11 Mission
In this second Homeschool Day related to the Destination Moon exhibition, homeschool families will learn about space flight and the Apollo space program through hands-on activities in the exhibit.
Black History Month Lecture: Black Power and Black Politics of the 1960s-‘70s
The fifth Annual Black History Month Lecture will feature Leonard Moore, Ph.D., who will speak on the topic of Black power and Black politics of the 1960s and ’70s.
Frontier Rebellion: The Fight for Independence in the American West
Join the Fort Pitt Museum as it welcomes back author and historian Patrick Spero for a lecture on his new book, “Frontier Rebels: The Fight for Independence in the American West, 1765-1776.”
Hop Into History: Cooking Up History The Three Sisters
Explore how American Indians have used the Three Sisters of corn, beans, and squash and then make culinary masterpieces using those ingredients in our kitchen.