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By AIA Pittsburgh Posted on November 3, 2016

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Kicking up leaves along a sidewalk. Getting one of the last seats on the bus. An inspiring project. A late-night idea. Homemade meals shared among friends and family. There are so many things to be thankful for and as the year winds down, this month is a great time to keep them in mind. After giving thanks, don’t forget to renew your membership, make sure your continuing education credits are all accounted for, and save room for pie!

AIA Membership 15 for 12 – It’s time to join or renew your AIA membership. Join now for 2017 and get complimentary membership for the rest of 2016 (as well as a chance to in either 2017 national, state, or local membership dues or your choice between AIA ARE Prep: Powered by Black Spectacles or Black Spectacles software tutorial). Make sure your membership is up to date to be part of this professional network of nearly 88,000 colleagues.

AIA Membership Referral Program – Members who refer a prospective new member have a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card. Prizes are awarded monthly. Use this form to be eligible.

November 10 – Film Screening: Within Formal Cities: Part of the Building Optimism exhibit at the Heinz Architectural Center, Within Formal Cities is a new documentary film by Pittsburgh natives that takes viewers deep into the urban fabric of five South American cities. Filmmaker Brian Gaudio, Assoc. AIA, will introduce the film and conduct a Q&A following. The screening is free.

November 10 – AIA Pennsylvania Design Awards Gala

November 15 – Target 2030: HVAC and Illumination Strategies + Tour of Energy Innovation Center: Tour this amazing retrofit of a historic building—the Energy Innovation Center—as the architect and engineer will address the innovative strategies that were utilized in this project. Earn 4 LU/HS hours.

November 15 – ARE Review Series: Programming

November 17 – YAF Steering Committee Meeting

November 23 – Deadline for Submission for the 2017 AIA Diversity Recognition Program: The AIA Diversity Recognition Program seeks to recognize architects, components, and others for exemplary commitment and contributions to diversifying the profession of architecture. The call for submissions is open to all. Learn more and access the online submission portal.

November 24 – 25 – AIA Pittsburgh office closed for Thanksgiving.

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