PERC Costume Bar Crawl!

Pittsburgh East Rotary Club loves dressing in costumes!!

Join us in Millvale for an early Halloween costume bar crawl to support the Pittsburgh East Rotary Club.

About this event

Help support Pittsburgh East Rotary Club with a local beer crawl in the Millvale Neighborhood. Millvale has an awesome business district with cool shops, bars, and restaurants. The businesses are supporting us by offering various discounts to people attending our PERC Costume – Choose Your Adventure – Bar Crawl

STARTING LOCATION: Medicap Pharmacy parking lot. 225 Grant Ave, Millvale, PA 15209

CHECK- IN TIME: 5:30 PM- 7:00 PM (crawl will last as long as you want!)

  • We’ll have a map with bars to visit & businesses supporting and offering deals.
  • We have awards and giveaways.
  • Awards Given to Best Costume!

We will be mindful of the COVID situation, but we feel that the “choose your adventure bar crawl” and you can go at your own pace. will help prevent a huge group crowding into bars and you can go where you feel comfortable.

Tickets – $25

Funds raised will support various causes. Mainly providing food for our monthly meals purchased and cooked at the EECM Shetler in East Liberty.

Additional funds support Polio Plus, Local Little Free Libraries across the city, hosting & supporting local and international students through RYLA and International Exchange programs, among other various global and local programs.

Can’t make the event – but still want to donate? That’s fine! We appreciate any help.


PERC does teleidoscopes

PERC recently helped a local artist with a fun project installing teleidoscopes around the city of PGH. It was a beautiful day and we were excited to be part of such a fun project!

This project is to help Pittsburghers see their environment as a work of art. The project, City Visions, was conceived by Thomas Koff, and will place ~40 teleidoscopes all around the city for people to discover and enjoy.

A teleidoscope is like a kaleidoscope except instead of looking at beads, glitter or glass in an object cell, a teleidoscope uses the world around you as a subject. Through the scopes people will see trees, buildings, friends, flowers, heck anything around them arrayed in beautiful mandalas. By scattering them across the Burgh we hope it will encourage people to explore parts of the city they haven’t visited or return to old paths with new purpose.