Friends 18+

Social opportunities for our adult members to continue to grow! We hope to facilitate friendships and experiences that will last a lifetime. Our Young Adult Network offers opportunity for FC alumni living in Pittsburgh to stay connected! 

Friends on the Town

Ages 18+

Book Club
Each Book Club meetings will be led by a librarian incorporating hands-on activities relating to the book of the day!

Trips
Oh, the places we’ll go! Join us each month for a fun outing with friends!

Cafe
We cook, set up, host and serve dinner (and enjoy eating it, too). No kitchen experience needed to share this full culinary experience!

Dinners
Catch up with friends at The Friendship Circle building as we munch on delicious Milky Way dinner together!

Art Nights
Everyone’s an artist — and friendship brings it out — in a fun and creative atmosphere!

Movie Nights
Grab a bag of popcorn and a friend to sit with as we kick back and enjoy our favorite movies at Movie Night.

Fit
Getting fit has never been so much fun!

Meetups 
Friendships love spontaneity! Get together for a cup of coffee at the library or at the park — there’s nothing better than hanging out with a small group of good friends!

 

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FC Health and Safety Update as of March 4, 2022

We continue to monitor our health and safety measures based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), other government organizations, and our Health and Safety Task Force. In line with these health and safety measures, and based on rising cases of COVID-19 locally, we are providing the following guidance regarding the use of face coverings to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Click here for a link to our current Health and Safety Guidelines.
Please contact Rivkee Rudolph at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.

 

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