Upcoming Fall Events of Pittsburgh

Looking forward to fall festivals, cider ales, pumpkin spice, and Halloween decor? Celebrate the changing of the seasons in Pittsburgh with a wealth of local events and festivities!

Kick off the Fall with the Butler Fall Festivalfall festivals in pittsburgh

Get out of town and head north to the scenic small town of Butler, PA on September 17th or 18th for the Butler Fall Festival! This family-friendly event features crafts, activities, food, and a classic car show.

Dive Deeper Into Autumn with Cecil Township Fall Festival

Butler too far of a drive? That’s okay—to the south of Pittsburgh, Cecil Township is hosting its own annual Fall Festival! On September 24 and 25 in Cecil Park, enjoy two full days of fall activities, foods, and celebrations for the whole family.

Take a Break from the Fall Celebrations with the Thrival Innovation & Music Festival

pittsburgh concertsReady for something truly unique to break up the work week? The Thrival Innovation & Music Festival combines two great things—innovational-focused programs or educational talks and weekend concerts of national music performers! Learn more about leadership, cutting-edge technology, new ideas, and forward thinking during the week, then unwind on the weekend with top-notch concerts at the historic Carrie Furnaces site.

Step Back Through Time at Penn’s Colony Festival

pittsburgh artisansThis fall, don’t miss the Pennsylvania festival rated #1 by Festivals4fun.com, Penn’s Colony. This authentic village is set back in the days of the French & Indian era of central Pennsylvania and features the works of over 185 local artisans showcasing home and garden goods, seasonal and holiday decor, gifts, personal accessories, arts and crafts, and more! The festival will be open September 17 – 18 and September 24 – 25.

Knock Your Socks Off at The ScareHouse

Called “the scariest haunted house in America” by ABC News, The ScareHouse is not for the faint of heart! For those seeking a true Halloween thrill, the haunted house returns on September 16 at 118 Locust Street in Etna, PA, just 10 minutes north of downtown Pittsburgh. The house is open Fridays and Saturdays in September and Thursday – Sunday in October.

jim dolanch casino nightHead Out to the Main Event: The 11th Annual Casino Night!

If there’s one event not to be missed this fall, it’s our 11th Annual Casino Night! On October 13th from 7:00 – 10:00 pm, head to Bella Sera to join the Jim Dolanch Team in supporting the Easter Seals Western & Central Pennsylvania as they raise money to help over 21,000 children and adults with disabilities. A simple $30 donation pays for your ticket, which includes appetizers and $5,000 in gaming money. Additionally, you can sponsor a table for just $250 to further benefit the Easter Seals.

We Hope to See You at Our Casino Night!

Whether or not you’re planning to frequent the fall festivals, we hope you decide to help out the Easter Seals at the Annual Casino Night! The proceeds of this exciting evening of activity go directly to a great cause—services that provide skills, tools, and support to children and adults with disabilities so that they might participate more fully in their family and community. Learn more about the Casino Night or request your tickets today!

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