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Every show is unique! Live shows dazzle audiences with brilliant colors and rockin' music in the Buhl Digital Dome. Based on audience requests, our laserists choreograph sight-and-sound spectacles of full-dome proportions! Shows and schedules change quarterly. For schedule details and complete show listings, visit our website or call (412) 237-3400 for more information.
Pittsburgh's biggest weekly swing dance happens every Saturday night at Bobby D's Swing City! No partner needed! Just bring yourself and after our beginner lesson we'll have you dancing all night long! Beginner Dance Lesson starts at 8:00 P.M. Dance is from 9:00 PM-Midnight. Cover: $11.00 (includes lesson) Safe Area in Squirrel Hill ~ Great Atmosphere ~ No Smoking ~ All Ages
This monthly program features local disc jockeys J. Malls and Gordy G. spinning 60's and 70's soul, funk, rhythm & blues and disco - all on original 45-rpm singles. This is an age 18+ event (must be 21 to drink). Tickets are $5 at the door. For more information, call (412) 363-8277.
“Born Yesterday” Kean Theatre 5847 Meridian Road Gibsonia, PA 15044 Sept. 21-22 & 28-29, 2012 $23/$29 show only, 8 p.m. $45/$51 Kean dinner and show, 6:30 p.m. Sept. 23 & 30, 2012 $21/$27 matinee only, 2 p.m. $43/$49 Kean lunch and show, 12:30 p.m. An uncouth, corrupt rich junk dealer, Harry Brock, brings his showgirl mistress Billie Dawn with him to Washington D.C. When Billie’s ignorance becomes a liability to Brock’s business dealings, he hires a journalist, Pa... More Details
Join us for our 6th Annual Autumnfest at Angora Gardens from 11am-3pm on September 29, 2012. There will be food, music, puppets, a magician, clowns, face-painting, craft vendors, chinese auction and a flea market. Admission is free. For more information call 412-675-8556.
Sign up for an exciting workshop to learn about book binding. This is your chance to join our Teaching Artists, Missy and Rebecca, to learn the process of binding your own book! Once you're finished making your book, you can head to the studio to make your own stamps that can be used for customization. Learn more! This is not a 2-hour class. Please drop in anytime during the designated hours. These workshops are free with museum admission. Workshops are intended for ages 8 and up.
Hot Pepper captures the malaise of young low-level office workers in three quirky scenes set in an office break room. In the sharp and visually vibrant world of write-director Toshiki Okada, twenty-something co-workers wrestle with issues as mundane as selecting a restaurant for lunch or the temperature of the office. Okada mixes dark humor, absurdity, and a distinct musical backdrop by John Coltrane, Stereolab and John Cage to capture the empty and ungrounded nature of Generation Y.
Universities can play a particularly valuable role in addressing climate change. As "mini cities," they account for a large percentage of a community's greenhouse gas omissions. But, colleges and universities also are relatively free to set policies to manage their immediate impact on local environments. To get student input on various practical action items and policy issues, Carnegie Mellon University's Program for Deliberative Democracy (PDD) will host a Campus Conversation on Clima... More Details
Learn how the Harmonists celebrated the harvest and prepared for the long winter. Churn butter, make apple schnitz, press apples for cider, watch craftsmen demonstrate their skills and much more!. Enjoy village tours, family friendly activities, carriage rides, hot dogs, ice cream, and lemonade
The blending of Ms. Jeannie Allen's experience as a popular vocalist and pianist, along with her love of God and knowledge of the Bible brings the best of both worlds to the stage in Esther the Musical. Ms. Allen stays true to the biblical book of the Esther while creating a two-hour Broadway musical style show with a redeeming message of a sovereign God. The show captivates and delights the audience with a wide variety of songs from ballads to jazz, operatic to Hebrew and Jamaican to Broadway. ... More Details
The story of a strong and lovely Jewish orphan girl who rises to become the Queen of Persia and who saves her people from an impending holocaust. The script accurately follows the Old Testament bible story from the book of Esther. It is packed with intrigue, suspense, humor, and a wide range of music. The show is enhanced by the staging in the architecturally magnificent First Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh. www.theesthermusical.com Information and tickets: Saturday, September 29 at 7:30 PM h... More Details
The 4th Annual Fall Harvest Show is a craft and vendor show sponsored by Windover Hills United Methodist Church 75 crafters and vendors attended last year and we hope to expand this year outside for 2012.
From 7pm-11pm on September 29th, 2012, On the Nose Events presents GLSEN and Pop! a fundraiser for the Pittsburgh chapter of GLSEN: the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network. Join us for dining, dancing and cocktails with a swingin’ sixties vibe at the Fe Gallery in Lawrenceville. Local artists will be featured with works available for purchase. Tickets are just $15 the evening of the event, with proceeds helping to fund this very worthwhile cause. From their website: GLSEN works to ens... More Details
This is an exciting 2 week worship experience. Every night EXCEPT Mondays and Wednesdays. All seats are free and there will be nightly gifts and giveaways.
Bash Productions Presents Match In Six Speed Dating and Mixer 6 Minute Dating! Big Bash Productions Presents Match In Six Speed Dating and Mixer 6 Minute Dating! Ticket includes FOOD (BUFFET W/MEAT CARVING STATION), DJ When: September 29, 2012 Where: VFW Post 402 Mulberry Street Coraopolis, Pa 15108 Time 8:30pm to 12am Tickets $25.00 Advanced $45.00 at the door Get Dating! Once you’re on our mailing list, you’ll begin to receive invitations to our Speed Dating Events. Our events are ... More Details
This year's event moves to a much larger venue to accommodate participants who will be walking, stretching, or simply moving to unite in the fight against Parkinson's disease (PD). In addition to the 1.5-mile walk, participants may visit the "Movement Pavilion," and join in activities like yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, dance, and other forms of exercise. Kids especially will have a variety of activities in which to participate, including face painting, tattoos, Mike the Balloon Guy, Mu... More Details
Listen to local musicians from 2-3 pm at our acoustic sound stage, sponsored by Sonic, throughout the run of our rockin’ GUITAR exhibit, in cooperation with WDVE and WYEP. Uzell Finney of The Flow Band will be the performance of the day.
free manicure tutorial held at the Orbis caffe in Mt. Lebanon PA All supplies provided
Bring your appetite for this great local food event. The best of Pittsburgh's chefs who are committed to buying locally, attend this party along with local farmers' markets and many environmental, conservation and fair-trade organizations
Come join The Pittsburgh Scene as we enter the terrible two's. Once again we're celebrating the only way we know how - by throwing a local show of epic proportions. We've invited some of our favorite artists in Pittsburgh area punk/rock/metal to Stage AE to help us commemorate this milestone. This will definitely be a night to remember featuring: DETHLEHEM https://www.facebook.com/dethlehem THROUGH THESE WALLS https://www.facebook.com/ThroughTheseWalls DOOMSDAY INITIATIVE https://www.facebook.co... More Details
Ukrainian Food Festival - Pyrohy (Pierogies(, Holubsti ( stuffed cabbage), Halushsky ( cabbage and noodles) Borscht ( red beet soup),Kobasa and Kraut Sandwiches, Bake Sale, Chinese Auction
The WSO welcomes cellist Zuill Bailey to the stage at the Palace Theatre. The concert features Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture; Shostakovich: Cello Concerto No. 1; Bizet: Carmen Suites 1 and 2. Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director conducting.
Come to the Allegheny Green & Innovation Festival at Hartwood Acres & learn about sustainable living and innovation in all forms. This zero-waste event will include earth-friendly food & product vendors, crafters, green living demonstrations, children’s activities & much more! Admision and parking are FREE!
Filled with Italian grocery shops, restaurants and stores, Bloomfield is Pittsburgh's Little Italy on any day of the year. For one weekend in September, though, the streets are overtaken by all things Italian - even walking Italian musicians! Come eat all you want and walk off the calories as you stroll through the historic district and fantastic festival.
For three days in Bloomfield it's all-Italian-all-the-time! Expect lots of music and food, games and activities for the kids, more food and other fun things to do amidst Bloomfield's unique shops and fine restaurants.