Make some sweet memories with PMB’s guide to top February events.
Hervé Tullet’s Art Explosion: January 28 – February 26
World renowned children’s book author, Herve Tullet, has a mission to “inspire creativity “. Experience the colorful, bold 10 foot artwork pieces part of the Art Explosion traveling exhibit. Then, head to to the museum’s art studio to make your own masterpiece to take home.
Peanut Butter and Jam Sessions: February 4
Jam out with PB&J guest Stephen Schultz at this informal Saturday morning concert for preschoolers. Dancing, playing, singing, and stories will entertain the little ones.
Rev up your engines for the best lineup of Monster Jam vehicles, featuring huge trucks equipped for wheelies, racing, donuts, tricks and more.
Alice and Wonderland at the Benedum Theater: February 10- March 15
This masterful ballet with a medley of Tchaikovsky music and over 100 costumes, tells the timeless story of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. With a dive down the rabbit hole, multiple doors, playing cards and beautiful sceneries, few things are impossible.
Fab Lab Workshop “Laser Cut Valentine’s Card” at Carnegie Science Center: February 11
Fall in love with a new craft at the Fab Lab Workshop. Customize your Valentine card with the 2D design software and laser cutter.
Believing is just the beginning on this spectacular Disney skating show. Jasmine, Elsa, Snow White, Cinderella, Belle, Rapunzel and Tinker Bell are just a few of the Disney friends to dream big on the ice.
Join the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Fiddlesticks for a toe tapping good time with music highlighting the great city of Pittsburgh.
Watch the waddle of the zoo penguins as they take a stroll along the pathway each Saturday and Sunday in the winter months…ends February 26.
Amazing Butterfly Exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History: all month
Experience a maze-like exhibit and climb through pupa pods, crawl in monarch tunnels, and zip line past caterpillars. Have fun with interactive activities and learn more about butterflies and their environment.