Review Disclaimer: We have a partnership with US Family Guide – they provide opportunities such as Challenger Sports International Soccer Camp in exchange for reviews on this blog and our social media. All opinions are 100% our own.
Pittsburgh, it is time to welcome Challenger Sports International Soccer Camp back to our city as a summer day camp option for your ‘lil Burghers! Our son Evan is a three year alumni of the program and will be back at one of the fields this summer…and he highly recommends this for any kid who loves soccer or wants to learn more about the sport. keep reading
Our family has attended several events that Feld Entertainment has brought to Pittsburgh. In 2020, one of those events will be Monster Jam Triple Threat. The information below was supplied to us to share with our readers.
Our family has attended several events that Feld Entertainmenthas brought to Pittsburgh. In 2020, one of those events will be Disney On Ice presents Road Trip Adventures. The information below was supplied to us to share with our readers. keep reading
While Pittsburgh might not be the rainiest city in the US, we sure do get a lot of rainy days (about 42% of our weather includes a rainy forecast). On these gray, dreary days, your kiddos are probably begging you for electronics and you’re out here searching for something to do. Welcome to it – our list of seven rainy day must do’s for Pittsburgh families! keep reading
Disclaimer: In exchange for this review of the MasterChef Junior, Live! performance in Pittsburgh, I received tickets to attend the show. All opinions are 100% my own and I would like to thank Pittsburgh Cultural Trust for this media opportunity.
MasterChef Junior, Live! brought the sights, sounds, and SMELLS of the television show of the same name – the only thing we didn’t get was an in-person appearance by the celebrity chef judges and host Gordan Ramsey. The chefs (Malia, Jasmine, Evan, and Matthew) wowed us with their wit and knowledge but left us hungry after smelling all the scents of their fabulous dishes! keep reading
We already know that Pittsburgh is the best city there is, right? But what are the best things to do in our city? Lucky for us, Pittsburgh Magazine posts an annual issue “Best of the ‘Burgh” that answers that exact question and delivers ‘best of’ in categories you might not expect (how cool is “5 Best Diners Where You Could See Rick Sebak” – he’s like the opposite of Jim Cantore – if Rick’s there you want to be and I know that because FOGO). keep reading
Disclaimer: In exchange for sharing details about theupcoming MasterChef Junior, Live! Performance coming to Pittsburgh, I willreceive tickets to attend and review the show. All opinions are 100% my own andI would like to thank Pittsburgh Cultural Trust for this media opportunity. keep reading
Disclaimer: In exchange for sharing details about theupcoming Disney’s THE LION KING Performance coming to Pittsburgh through DisneyTheatrical Productions and Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, I will receive tickets toattend and review the show. All opinions are 100% my own. keep reading