March 23, 2021

Remake Learning Days: Finding the Sound In You

Let’s make music together! Join the Homewood Early Learning Hub & Family Center for this year’s Remake Learning Days Across America event. This event will be held for children (age 0-8) and their families. Participate in activities featuring music, dance, instrument building, and a musical scavenger hunt identifying shapes, colors, and items in the home. This event will be held virtually.

Please register via the online registration form. 

About Remake Learning Days

Remake Learning Days Across America is an innovative learning festival for families and youth. Taking root in 17+ regions, these hands-on and engaging events are designed for kids of all ages at libraries, schools, tech centers, museums, play spaces, community centers and more. Remake Learning Days 2021 will take place from April 22 through May 23.

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October 6, 2020

Dance the Story: Dracula!

Are you interested in participating in an up-on-your-feet program for children and families that introduces basic ballet steps and movement concepts through stories and characters? Join the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre on October 20 for, “Dance the Story: Dracula!


The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre invites you to a special edition of “Dance the Story: Dracula!” as a part of RADical Days. During the event, children aged pre-k to fifth grade and their caregivers will join together on Zoom for a pre-Halloween exploration of dance and movement.


To register and learn more, visit the event webpage. Admission is free, but attendance will be limited based on Zoom capacity.


June 19, 2020

Adaptive Dance | Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

Hosted by the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Adaptive Dance is an online class series intended for children ages six and up with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) or other sensory sensitivities.


The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre (PBT) emphasizes creative movement principles and modified ballet technique in a welcoming and structured studio environment. Classes are taught by PBT School instructors experienced in adaptive dance and are limited to 15 students. Live music/percussion accompany each class. Caregivers may observe and/or participate in classes if they wish.

This class is for children ages six and up. All classes will be held on Zoom. Each student that registers for the entire semester will also receive an adaptive dance kit to bring even more of the studio experience to their home. Session costs five dollars each or you can buy purchase all six sessions for 25 dollars.


To register and learn more, visit the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre website.

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May 20, 2020

Let’s Move! Family Dance Party

Join the Kelly Strayhorn Theater (KST) on May 30 for a 20-minute dance class and dance jam session! Let’s Move! Family Dance Party offers a low impact workout that the whole family can enjoy. This session will also feature a new coloring book page from KST’s archive of performances.


To register and learn more, visit the Kelly Strayhorn Theater website!

Download the KST Coloring Book.

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For questions, please contact the Kelly Strayhorn Theater at or 412.363.3000.


October 16, 2019

Promoting Self-Awareness through Dance

Early childhood educators are invited to join the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust on December 14 for their workshop, “Promoting Self-Awareness through Dance.”


Dance offers children a way to explore their environment, engage with peers, and express their unique selves. During this workshop, participants will learn dance strategies that will foster all of these experiences by promoting children’s self-awareness. Participants will learn ways to bring these ideas into your center to create a classroom of students with strong self-control and body awareness!

Act 48 and PQAS hours available.


To register and learn more, visit the event page.


March 29, 2019

Kids in Motion! Workshop

This is for all the children that love moving to music! Children will enjoy expressing themselves through creative movement while being introduced to the elements of dance and choreography led by a professional artist. This event is intended for children age 3 to 5.


To register for this event, visit the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust website.


For personal assistance selecting accessible seats or for more information about accessibility for a person with a disability, please contact Customer Service at 412-456-6666.



March 19, 2019

Wellness Wednesday: Dance & Movement with Fine Art Miracles

Join the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh for a high-energy dance and movement workshop with their guest Maria Gismondi from Fine Art Miracles, Inc.! Explore rhythm and space, experiment with props, and have fun expressing yourself with movement! Maria will focus on gross motor skills, creative movement, and physical play. No experience required!

This program is designed for our youngest learners (0-5) but is suitable for all ages. The event is drop-in, so guests may come and go as they please! For more information, visit the event page!


Music Makers: Hands-On Musical Exploration with Pittsburgh Festival Opera

Join the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh as they host special guests from Pittsburgh Festival Opera! Enjoy an opera storytime, a performance, and hands-on musical exploration! Sing, dance and play with others to discover new rhythms! This program is drop-in, so guests can come and go as they please! This program is designed for our youngest learners (0-5) but is suitable for all ages.

For more information, visit the event website!


December 6, 2018

Dancing Our Way Through STEM

Providing children with opportunities to explore creative movement can spark so many natural connections to STEM concepts. During this interactive workshop, educators will participate in a variety of dance-focused strategies that will deepen understanding in science, math, ingenuity, and other fundamental STEM concepts. Participants will have the opportunity to demonstrate their own creative movement techniques that can support student’s STEM learning.

Act 48 and PQAS credit hours available. Registration is required.


Through active participation and successful completion, participants will be able to:

  • Define and discuss what “creative movement” means within an early educational experience and how children’s movements connect to STEM learning concepts.
  • Brainstorm and share movement activities, targeting a multi-aged early education environment that focuses on the concepts of science, math, and other STEM learning concepts.

Registration and Questions

To register or ask questions, contact Rachelle Duffy at 412.421.3889 or