PBK Pittsburgh Events

All In-Person Events Postponed

For the safety of our members and their loved ones, we are temporarily postponing all in-person events.

We hope you stay healthy and safe. Stay tuned for updates.

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Past Events

Oct 09, 2019

2019 Key Connections at Urban Tap

Key Connections trivia night at Urban Tap had:

A) Delicious food

B) Prizes

C) Good company

D) All of the above


Thank you to Urban Tap, Buzzworthy Worthy, and to all our guests, to help create a wonderful evening!

Jun 09, 2019

Allegheny Cemetery Tour

What a beautiful day for a tour of Pittsburgh's Allegheny Cemetery! Thank you to everyone that joined us, with a special thanks to Dr. Roark, our cemetery guide.

Sep 06, 2018

2018 Key Connections at Couch Brewery

Thank you for joining us at the Couch Brewery for Pizza, Beer and Key Connections! With a brewery tour, pizza, bingo and prizes, it's hard to go wrong. Congratulations to Jay, the winner of our final round bingo grand prize!

May 18, 2018

Oak Room with Fred Lawrence

Thank you to everyone that welcomed Fred Lawrence, the CEO of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, to Pittsburgh. It was a relaxing evening of interesting conversation at the Mansions on Fifth.

Apr 26, 2018

Rise and Fall of Free Speech with Jonathan Turley

Professor Jonathan Turley has spent decades in courts and commentary as one of the most active champions of free speech both in the United States and around the world.  An unabashed defender of Classic Liberalism, Turley views free speech as an essential human right and the touchstone of any free society.  He will be discussing what he views as the erosion of free speech in the West. Professor Turley has written “Free speech is dying in the Western world. The decline of free speech has come not from any single blow but rather from thousands of paper cuts of well-intentioned exceptions designed to maintain social harmony.”  In his lecture, Professor Turley will explore how the criminalization of speech is on the rise around the world as well as other curtailments from anti-discrimination laws, private speech enforcement, and other sources.  Turley warns that “the West is falling out of love with free speech” as it embraces new forms of speech regulation from campuses to workplaces to the Internet. He argues that this trend has created “an existential threat” for democracies around the world, particularly the United States which has long been a bastion of free speech values.

Mar 01, 2018

Tour of Enigma Machines

Thank you everyone that attended the PBK Pittsburgh Enigma Machine Event!

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