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CALLING ALL VENDORS!!!! Cubbiez Creations is sponsoring an Arts and Crafts Show! We welcome all handmade, handcrafted and semi-handmade art and craft creations! There will also be a food and bake sale! When: Saturday, May 19th 2012 10am-2pm (Set up will start an hour before the show) Where: Hoboken Presbyterian Church 921 North Avenue Blawnox, PA 15238 The cost per table is $20.00 The admission to the event is free! Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org Sam: 412-304-4737 Bobbie 412-607-0307
In this comedic satire, a group of young children in the rural desert of Rajasthan want nothing more than to visit the circus. But without a rupee to spare, the children must find a way to get to the circus on their own. Their aspirations and heartbreaks provide a metaphor for the corruption in India’s government and economy.
Driven by his curiosity in other cultures and the mysteries of human nature, director Sander Francken delivers a captivating trilogy of folk tales. Each story is based on a folk song from a non-Western culture and shows that it is old wisdom which unites people.
Join us at Bedner’s Greenhouse for a weekend of gardening classes and workshops, all day free wine tasting, food, music and much more! The event will take place on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5:00pm each day. May 19 11:00a – 12:00p South Fayette Conservation Group 12:00p – 4:00p Master Gardener Q & A
As part of the kickoff of the Laurel Highlands Trout Trail, Hidden Valley Resort is hosting the Trout Trail Rendezvous May 19, 2012. Guests can spend the afternoon learning more about the world class trout fishing the Laurel Highlands offers and listen to world renowned fly fisherman George Daniel. The day also features a number of demonstrations, including cooking and fly tying, information booths, fine arts, hearty appetizers and desserts, cash bar and door prizes. Reservations are required fo... More Details
Downtown Brownsville's streets are filled with creative endeavors, including artist and artisan vendors and demonstrators, over 20 regional performing groups, six indoor recitals, three art exhibitions, an historical ball, an archealogical dig, book signings, make-and-take art projects, kids' activities, flaming hula hoops, giant puppets, and more!
A weekend multicultural celebration of the music, dance, food and hand-made crafts of over 30 countries and cultures. Continuous live entertainment all weekend! Saturday Noon-4pm is family afternoon with plenty of international activities for kids; crafts, stamp collecting, name writing, cultural exhibits and flags of nations. Sunday 2PM is the Folk Festival's tribute to our servicemen and women of the military. 911 TAG honor guard will present the colors and flag followed by the 6th Regiment Dr... More Details
55th edition of the Pittsburgh International Folk Festival free of charge. The Folk Festival is where Pittsburgh celebrates the ethnic diversity which makes Pittsburgh such a great place to live. 27 ethnic cultures provide great food and entertainment, as well as cultural traditions and crafts. The location is Monroeville Convention Center The dates are: Friday May 18, 4PM - 10 PM Saturday May19, 11 AM - 10 PM Sunday May 20, 11 AM - 6 PM Service personnel with ID, DD214, or dog tags will be admi... More Details
One of the few international theater festivals for children in the U.S. is right here in Pittsburgh! The festival presents award-winning international, national and local performing artists in an affordable, family-friendly setting. In addition to theater, dance and music performances and visual arts, the festival grounds are filled with fun activities, workshops, crafts-making and more.
Stroll Washington Road on May 19th from 4-9pm to discover surprises, demo, samples and more from over 43 participating businesses. Collect punches at participating businesses and be eligible for large prizes!
PURPOSE: Leadership Development Initiative XIX (a program of Leadership Pittsburgh, Inc.) is challenged with implementing a Community Impact Project in Upper Lawrenceville which will surprise, provoke and entertain while showcasing the neighborhood in a positive way, for one day. POPUP! CONCEPT: The people of Upper Lawrenceville's past have honored their neighborhood with an inherent love, molding it into what it stands for today. And now, new residents are helping to shape it into a neighborhoo... More Details