4 ways to make the most of your week in Pittsburgh

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From a orchestra concert to a jazz-rock show, there's plenty to enjoy in Pittsburgh this week. Read on for a rundown of ideas for how to fill your calendar.

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Music of the Plants by Masterplants Orchestra

From the event description:

Tritone Crisantemo from the Federation of Damanhur in Italy, with Pittsburgh musicians Jenn Davidson, Stephanie Miller, Steve Sciulli and Brooke Smokelin ,will perform in concert with plants that are connected to a "symphony" device, giving them musical voices with the ability to create sounds and melodies that respond to their environment and their interaction with humans.  

When: Tuesday, Dec. 3, 7-9 p.m.
Where: East End Cooperative Ministry, 6140 Station St.
Admission: $15
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Gingerbread Men + Beer

From the event description:

Come drink beer, decorate and eat cookies with Jasmine Cho from Yummyholic. The event includes two 10-ounce beers paired with a gingerbread house cookie created specially by Jasmine, and then decorate your own gingerbread man.

When: Wednesday, Dec. 4, 6-9:30 p.m.
Where: Bierport, 4115 Butler St.
Admission: $20
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Emotional Empowerment Workshop

From the event description:

In this presentation, you will learn several key components of the empowered language of our negative emotions. Pamela Biasca Losada is a certified emotional empowerment coach and is an industry leader in emotional empowerment and emotional well-being. She provides the tools, support, and guidance to eliminate destructive behaviors and create a healthier, more joy-filled life.

When: Wednesday, Dec. 4, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: East End Food Co-op, 7516 Meade St.
Admission: Free
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Clock Dinosaur: The Clock Reads and Chalk Dinosaur Live

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The Clock Reads, hailing from Pittsburgh, is a jazz-rock outfit that draws on a diverse range of musical tastes to form their unique sound. Formed in 2013 and fully fledged by 2014, the band is comprised of graduates from the University of Pittsburgh. With roots in jazz, funk, Latin, and classic rock, each member of The Clock Reads brings a unique background of influences and tastes, creating a collaboration of avant grooves and improvisational melodies.

When: Wednesday, Dec. 4, 11 p.m.
Where: Thunderbird Café & Music Hall, 4053 Butler St.
Admission: $15
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