Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC)
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Admission: CMU ID Required
The TOC will be held in Wiegand Gymnasium and Rangos Ballroom beginning Monday, Sept. 19 and continuing through Wednesday, Sept. 21. Hosted by Carnegie Mellon's College of Engineering and Society of Women Engineers (SWE), the TOC will offer internships and full-time opportunities for technical majors, such as engineering, science, and computer science majors.
Kinky Boots is a Broadway musical hit with songs by Grammy and Tony winner Cyndi Lauper. Inspired by true events, the musical focuses on Charlie Price's journey from struggling to continue the the family business of a gentlemen's shoe factory to the making it to the runways of Milan. Kinky Boots has won six Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Choreography. Tickets are available at [Slant12]https://trustarts.org/production/49406/kinky-boots.[Slant12]
Non-Profit Networking Happy Hour
The Yard, Shadyside
Admission: Free for members, $15 for nonmembers
Join the Pittsburgh Young Professionals in an event geared towards networking with leaders in local non-profits. The event is a great way to learn about the non-profits, and find out how you can get involved. Complimentary appetizers will be donated by The Yard, and Mix & Match Beer Flights will be $5. Registration begins at 6:30 p.m., and the networking sessions will begin at 7 p.m. You can register for the event at [Slant12]http://members.pyp.org/event-2318551[Slant12].
I Heart the Female Orgasm
Porter Hall 100
Sponsored by the Feminists Engaged in Multicultural Matters and Education (FEMME) and Gender Programs at CMU, join sex educators Kate and Marshall to learn about the "Big O." Come out to learn more about how to have orgasms, how to get better ones, and how to help your partner.
Thrival Innovation + Music Festival
Carrie Furnace, Rankin, Pennsylvania 15218
Admission: Single Day Tickets - $55, 2-Day Door General Admission $79
Featuring The Chainsmokers, Daya, CHVRCHES, Ty Dolla $ign, and more, this outdoor music festival provides a unique experience at the old Iron Blast Carrie Furnaces. Combined with a innovation focused programs, Thrival Innovation + Music Festival gives a platform for showcasing musical talent to establish a culture of innovation and creativity in Pittsburgh. The festival begins on Friday and continues through Saturday.
Penn Masala Concert
Bellefield Hall, 315 S. Bellefield Ave.
5 p.m.-8 p.m.
Admission: Free with Pitt ID, $10 without
Pitt Akshaya Patra, a University of Pittsburgh non-profit organization aimed at providing meals to under-privileged children, is hosting the Penn Masala Concert. This event features the first South Asian a cappella group, Penn Masala. Other acts include Pitt Avaaz, CMU Sahara, Steel City Bhangra, CMU Deewane, and First Class Bhangra. Tickets for the show are available at [Slant12]pennmasala2016.eventbrite.com[Slant12] and tickest for the afterparty at XTAZA nightclub are available at [Slant12]pittdrsrimix2016.eventbrite.com.[Slant12]
Apples & Honey Fall Fesitval
Anderson Playground, Schenley Park
1 p.m.-4 p.m.
Shalom Pittsburgh is hosting the 6th Annual Apples & Honey Fall Festival. The event includes crafting activities, a bounce house, a magic show, shofar making, various food venders, and of course... apples and honey. The event will also feature live entertainment and music.