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What is missing from most of SOCIAL NETWORKING is the SOCIAL PART!
The Pittsburgh Social Club is a Social Events Group from Western PA Region with most of the events in the Pittsburgh Area.

IF YOU WANT TO HOST AN EVENT: MESSAGE FRANK AT midnightmunchiespa@gmail.com and I will EMPOWER you to be an Event Organizer on 5 Meetup Groups with a reach in the Pgh Region (SW PA & a lil bit of WV and OH of over 38,000+ people).

FYI: Meetup is a WEB PAGE with a THEME that happens to be an EVENTS CALENDAR AND AN EMAIL LIST. It mostly works because of the emails. I also send out a MEETUP NEWSLETTER about the Hosted Events Happening on those meetups Once or Twice a Week. Basically anything can be posted but no "Network Marketing" Stuff like essential oils, Amway or anything scammy. Try to make your event less like advertising and more like HEY LETS HANG OUT AND DO COOL STUFF TOGETHER.

If you are a performer, it's okay to say on the meetup: Hey I am doing this comedy show/band/burlesque "come and see me and let me entertain you."

DONATE: It costs me Frank, as the main organizer of this Meetup group, $240 a year to host this group on Meetup.com! Please consider a small donation to help defray this cost.

Thank you.

DONATE HERE: (https://secure.meetup.com/Pittsburgh-Social-Club/contribute/) https://secure.meetup.com/Pittsburgh-Social-Club/contribute/

We are trying to keep things social, fun and AWESOME!

Hope to see you at an EVENT! OR POST ONE!


Frank Halling
Pittsburgh Social Club

PS. This is an VERY ACTIVE MEETUP! you will get a ton of e-mail, my recommendation is if you have a secondary e-mail address use that for your user id. Or that you go up to "My Profile" on right hand side of page and select E-mail and Notifications. You still will get a bunch of e-mails but it will be more manageable.

Meetups WORK because of E-mail, not because people come here to look for things to do.

Upcoming events (4+)

Concert Band Musicians Needed

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Munhall Community Band rehearses on Monday evenings. We are in need of percussion, French horn, oboe and bassoon players, but we welcome all woodwind, brass and percussion instrumentalists.

If you are interested in playing with us or learning more about Munhall Community Band, please email our recruitment chairperson at [masked].

For all other inquiries, send us an email at [masked], check us out on the web at http://www.munhallband.org, or on Facebook @BandMunhall.

Rehearsals are on Monday evenings at the Munhall Anne Ashley Memorial United Methodist Church from 6pm-8:30pm.

We welcome adult musicians of all skill levels, but you should be prepared to play concert band music grades 3-5. We are happy to help you improve, but do not have the means to offer private instruction. It is free to join. You only need your instrument and a music stand!

*Please note that we do not monitor messages on meetup.com. Be sure to email us for the fastest response.

Pittsburgh Networking Event

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Join us for our upcoming Networking event in Pittsburgh. Tickets are almost sold out . Grab your FREE ticket now! We can't wait to network with everyone in Pittsburgh.


Experience networking like never before! Network After Work, a leader in networking events, has changed the art of networking. With access to numerous in-person networking events, virtual networking events and live workshops each month, the opportunity to connect with the people you need just became that much easier. Learn and grow the skills you need through monthly workshops. Once in the community, you can even go back to learn from past workshops.

  • When: Wednesday, May 25th

  • Where: Maggie's Farm Rum Distillery | 3212a Smallman St

RSVP: https://bit.ly/3wFBiun

Just Sayin' Show MayBE

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Join us at in the loft at Kingfly Spirits at 2633 Smallman Street in Strip District to hear master storytellers entertain with true, or mostly true, narratives which may cause you to laugh, cry, or resonate with your own experiences or view of the world.

Tickets are only $12 each plus eventbrite surcharge, and are available at the websites of Steel City Storytellers or Kingfly Spirits.

Let's Ride! 1st Pgh Underwear ride of the Year! 300+ riders!

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Lets Hang Out and Ride! (pun intended)
FIRST Pittsburgh Underwear Bike Ride! of 2022!
FB EVENT TO RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/345572290969755/
Thursday May 26th, 8pm-11pm
Start at 42nd n Butler, end at De Fer Coffee & Tea!

6pm-7:20pm Hang Out/Pre-Game at Lawrenceville Distilling on 54th Street and Harrison Street (2 streets off of Butler Street)
7:20pm-8pm Hang out at the START: 42nd street & Butler Street
The Pgh Underwear Bike Ride is a free fun ride, yes it's a little bit different but not as crazy as you think. Always starts in Lawrenceville, and ends somewhere else. Bring a bike lock and money for food n drink if yinz want!
Usually 5-10 miles at a slow place, important to STAY SAFE! Winding route it's to be seen and to have fun! This happens the last Thursday from May to Sept!
Although this being the first Ride of the Year, usually[masked] riders!
You decide what constitutes underwear: From Modest wear, to conservative (burqas can be underwear) or wild!
This is a A TO B ride from Lawrenceville to the Southside, so you still have to get your way back to your home/vehicle.
Some park at the end and ride to the beginning. I am going to get there a little bit before and hang out at Lawrenceville Distillery, they have room for you to park bike out front.
Look for me Frank (big Kahuna). Will be leaving the Distillery at 7:30pm to hang out with everyone else and RIDE AT 8PM!
Ride at your own risk.
PGH Undies Ride (Suggested) Rules to a successful ride.
(Suggested) Items to bring to an Underwear Bike Ride
1. Underwear!
2. Money & I.D.
3. Lock, spare tube, tools, pump (consider learning how to change a flat tire).
1. Have FUN!
2. Helmets & Lights (PA law requires lights at night)
3. Stay behind ride leaders (unless you are a marshal).
4. Stay in the right lane when we are riding in two lanes of traffic.
5. Be respectful of other riders and drivers.
6. Know the route before the ride (it is posted on the event page), make sure you are comfortable with the terrain and distance.
7. Age 21+ Ride
(Suggested) Pre-ride Bike Maintenance
1. Check tires and inflate to the proper pressure.
2. Check brakes.
3. Check chain and shifting

Past events (6,545)

Trivia Night at Lawrenceville Distilling!

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