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3ROC at Schenley

Yoga in the Plaza

Your post-work, post-class Happy Hour Yoga Flow in Oakland! Skip the stress of rush hour and stretch in the grass at Schenley Plaza as our instructors lead you through a one hour flow - this drop in, pay-what-you-feel class meets every other Thursday at 5:30pm - April through October.

Plaza to Park Trail Run

Lace up your trail runners and join us for our popular Trail Run in Oakland! We’ll meet in Schenley Plaza and hit the pavement, making our way through the trails of Schenley Park, just steps away. This drop in, single group trail run allows the group to set the pace in a noncompetitive environment, great for networking & sweating out the stress of the day. We meet every other Thursday at 5:30pm - April through October.


Final Friday’s Disc Golf Party at the Plaza

Fly into the weekend with a Final Friday’s Disc Golf Party - grab your friends or co-workers to play 18-holes on Schenley Park’s classic disc golf course; then, venture to Schenley Plaza where you’ll putt the 19th Hole and join the after party. Your weekend begins here. Find us at the 19th Hole with rental discs, discs for sale, and putting practice on the Final Friday of each month April through October from 4pm to 8pm in Schenley Plaza.

Pittsburgh Innovation District
The Pittsburgh Innovation District is a vibrant hub of business, research, and technology integrated throughout Pittsburgh’s historic Oakland neighborhood. Surrounded by prestigious universities, cutting-edge medical centers, and world-renowned cultural institutions, the Pittsburgh Innovation District combines our region’s critical mass of talent and amenities to support Pittsburgh’s next-generation innovation ecosystem.


Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy (PPC)

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy was founded in December 1996 by a group of citizens concerned with the deteriorating conditions of Pittsburgh’s historic city parks. A non-profit organization, the Parks Conservancy works closely with the City of Pittsburgh under an official public-private partnership agreement to restore and improve the city’s park system to its full potential. To date, the Parks Conservancy has raised more than $130 million and completed 22 major park improvement projects. The Parks Conservancy works with thousands of volunteers, hosts hundreds of events, and provides programming for more than 7,500 children annually.


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