April in Paris was just the beginning event of a three-day celebration at the Carnegie Museum of Art dubbed Art in Bloom, which featured works of art, floral arrangements, and much more.
Two hundred guests came together at the Omni William Penn Hotel to give families in need of the ultimate gift: Support. The second annual Family House Gifting Gala, sponsored by UPMC, was held to raise funds to accommodate and house families who currently have loved ones admitted in some of Pittsburgh’s area hospitals, such as the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the Western Pennsylvania Hospital.
Guests were raising their glasses to Eyetique’s spectacular event in celebration of Norman Childs Eyewear Collection at Eyetique’s SouthSide Works store. Guests got to learn if “Boy” finally met “Girl,” as the conclusion of Eyetique’s viral Web series, “Boy Meets Girl” was viewed. There was shopping, of course, and a silent auction, too, featuring Pittsburgh sports team jerseys, Pittsburgh-themed gift baskets, and two sets of Norman Childs glasses.
A shared passion for their work brought together the women of the LADIES HOSPITAL AID SOCIETY and artist, author, and party planner to the stars, Preston Bailey, for the LHAS Spring Luncheon at Fairmont Pittsburgh.
The event featured a silent auction to benefit the Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council, raising more than $11,000 for the cause. Event speakers included Chairman and CEO of PNC Bank Jim Rohr, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts President Tom Storey, and Fairmont Pittsburgh General Manager Leonard Czarnecki.
[nggallery id=52] During the 18th Annual Rainbow Gala, the voices of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation youth ambassadors were resounding throughout the Hilton Pittsburgh ballroom, singing a revamped version …
Like newly sprouted spring flowers, hats covered in ribbons and fabulous fl air blossomed in the Entry Garden of Highland Park at the 12th Annual Spring Hat Luncheon, hosted by the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy.
A coterie of 140 close friends gathered for a luncheon at The Carlton on the morning of the last regular season Pittsburgh Penguins game at Mellon Arena, and paid tribute to the ultimate sportsman: PAUL MARTHA. Martha, who now lives in St. Louis, near his son J.P. Martha, returned to Pittsburgh for the moving tribute.