What we're about

Welcome! Pittsburgh 30s and 40s Ladies Social is exactly what it sounds like - a ladies social group designed for the 30s and 40s crowd. We have dinners, brunch, book club, wine nights, movies, theater, hikes, weekend trips, etc. Most of the events are ladies only, but there are sometimes a few co-ed events as well.

Volunteer organizers are always welcome. More events keep the group active and it gives you a chance to work events around your own schedule. No need to have a theme or set schedule - post anything you'd like to do. If you think it would be fun, chances are that someone else will too!

The group is currently free to join, though donations toward our costs are always appreciated. If you like what we are about and want to help out, here are the instructions: Meetup has an app, a mobile web version, and a desktop version. On the mobile web version and full desktop version, just click on the group and then the "You're a Member" drop down list. Select "Your member profile" and then you'll see the "Chip In" button on the left side of the screen. If there is a way on the mobile app, I still can't find it. If you happen to come across it, please help a girl out and let me know!

Finally, to keep some order and help our wonderful organizers to not lose their minds, this group has a strict attendance policy. Unless otherwise stated in the event description, there is a 48 hour RSVP policy. Organizers can make his more or less strict for their events. What does "48 hour policy" mean? Please refrain from:

- Being a no show. If you RSVP yes, we expect to see you there. We'd miss you if you skipped it...and it's just polite.

- Changing your RSVP from Yes to No within 48 hours of the event. We understand that things happen, but please make every effort to give 48 hours notice if you can't make it. Nothing is more annoying than making a reservation for 10 people and then having 8 of them drop out at the last minute (except maybe those dreaded no shows!)

- Hanging out on the waitlist until you get a spot and then cancelling. This is cool as long as you aren't in that 48 hour window; but after that, it counts. Feel free to hang out on the waitlist until the bitter end (you'll probably get a spot if you do), but please change to No at the point where you know you wouldn't be able to make it if you got a spot. Going from Waitlist to No is acceptable at any time - even 2 hours before. It's going from Yes to No that is an issue.

Violators of the attendance policy will be marked as No Shows for the event (because that's the only option in Meetup). Three No Shows is cause for removal from the group.

Upcoming events (5+)

Dinner @ Denunzio's 🍝

DeNunzio's Italian Restaurants

Let's dine at one of my favorite classic Italian restaurants! I think their food is so delicious! Join me and decide for yourself!

Cupcakes and Cocktails: Fat Tuesday Brunch

Wallace's TapRoom at The Indigo Hotel

**update** I’m closing this event. The event is at its max right now for what I can host. If you have questions or concerns please msg me. Thank you! Please do not rsvp unless you have bought a ticket already. It’s $35 using code “Bourbon” https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cupcake-cocktails-new-year-celebration-brunch-2020-fat-tuesday-tickets-84821055059?aff=efbeventtix Come enjoy a southern style brunch with me! New Orleans Mardi Gras themed buffet with mimosas, specialty cocktails and cupcakes all included! Also on the menu is fruit salad, pastries and of course beignets!

Taco Tuesday at Baby Loves Tacos

Baby Loves Tacos

I’m always interested in trying new tacos and Baby Loves Tacos just opened a Grant Avenue location in Millvale. The 1,600-foot-space, which previously housed Tazza D’Oro, is three times the size of the eatery’s Bloomfield site. It boasts seating for 35 and serves bundles of joy in the form of tacos, burritos and bowls. I will post my phone number in the comments closer to the meetup! If this works out, I might try a whole taco series as I’m a HUGE fan of tacos!

Do you like CSI? Adult drinks and learn what we love to watch!

Carnegie Science Center

****ONLY RSVP AFTER YOU HAVE PURCHASED A TICKET!**** http://www.carnegiesciencecenter.org/programs/science-after-hours/ Tickets are $15, $13.50 if you are a member. We can meet in the front and go in together. If you will be late just call me to meet up with us. Whodunnit?! Put your sleuthing skills to the test as secrets and motives are exposed. It’s a night of law, order, and science for the crime-solving experts as forensic science is explored. *Investigate a mock crime scene with forensic techniques. *Experiment with DNA extraction. *Discover the basics of identifying fingerprints, footprints, and dental impressions. *Take a stab at a mini-escape room. Attend a Continuing Legal Education Panel Discussion organized by the Young Lawyers Division of the Allegheny County Bar Association and moderated by Tom Cocci (Zimmer Kunz, PLLC). Panelists include: Dan Cuddy (Zimmer Kunz, PLLC), Mark Adams (Akman & Associates), James Baker (Allegheny County Public Defender’s Office), and Cory Bauer (GTN Law) Join Bruce Antkowiak in the search for truth exploring “Brady violations, bad science, and wrongful convictions.” Plus, enjoy four floors of exhibits, cash bars, and forensic science activities at our law and order party! *Note: Some content at this event involves sensitive topics based on true events including mildly simulated crime scenes, discussions of historical crimes including murder, and graphic forensic science. For the safety and comfort of all of our visitors and the preservation of our exhibits, there are a few restrictions. Firearms and Weapons of any kind are not permitted in our buildings. buildings are gun free facilities and our entire campus is smoke and tobacco free. This includes smokeless tobacco and e-cigarettes or vaping devices.

Past events (148)

Wine Glass Painting

Furniture Forget-Me-Not

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