Celebrate 50 years of storytelling at the Forks of the Ohio River at this 21+ after hours program at the Fort Pitt Museum.
The Fort Pitt Museum was formally dedicated and opened to the public on June 30, 1969. Originally supported by the city of Pittsburgh, state of Pennsylvania, and the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, the Fort Pitt Museum was Pittsburgh’s first history museum dedicated to the story at the Forks of the Ohio River and early Pittsburgh.
Join the Fort Pitt Museum at this 21+ after-hours program to celebrate 50 years, which will feature special guest Virginia Stotz, who will speak about her father, Charles M. Stotz, and his influence on the Fort Pitt Museum and history at the Point.
Additional details on schedule, food, and beverages are forthcoming.