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Squirrel Hill > Calendar > Local Calendar > 21 Aug 2008
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50 Finest After Dark: A Haute After Party
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21 Aug 2008
Join the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s 50 Finest at A Haute After-Party. Guests will enjoy one complimentary cocktail as they dance the night away to rhythmic DJ beats.

Cost: $10 in advance/ $15 at the door. Location: Café Euro, US Steel Building, Lower Level, 600 Grant St, Downtown
Contact: 412-281-6560

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Allegheny County Summer Concert Series presents Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre at Hartwood Acres
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21 Aug 2008
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre presents a spectacular evening under the stars at Hartwood Acres. This dynamic mixed repertoire features two Twyla Tharp masterpieces, Octet and Known by Heart (“Junk”) Duet, and Raymonda Variations.

Octet
Aesthetically elegant and intentionally sleek, the dancing and dancers radiate a spareness synonymous with essentials.

Known by Heart (“Junk”) Duet
Tharp takes the formal structure of the classical duet into a contemporary realm through the witty, fierce, sometimes combative and always surprising relationship she creates between the partners.

Raymonda Variations
Staged by PBT Artistic Director, Terrence S. Orr, with choreography after Marius Petipa, Raymonda Variations features nine couples and is set to Alexander Glazounov’s classic score.


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'Bottle Shock' Premiere Party and Fundraiser
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21 Aug 2008
Join Steeltown Entertainment Project as we celebrate the opening of this "magical*" and "not to be missed*" independent film with California wine tastings, international tapas, and a chance to enjoy Q&A with Pittsburgh's own Marc and Brenda Lhormer, the film's producers and former directors of the Sonoma Valley Film Festival.
6:15 PM: Opening Night Kick-OFF - Walk the WHIRL MAGAZINE red carpet into the theater and sip a complimentary glass of California Chardonnay prior to the introduction of the film by its producers, Marc and Brenda Lhormer.
7:00 PM: Movie Premiere - Enjoy the Pittsburgh premiere of the movie "BOTTLE SHOCK," hailed by Stuart Lee of WNYX-TV as "Enjoyable and delicious. A sweet, sweet summer treat."
9:00 PM: VIP AFTER PARTY- Immediately following the screening, join us for a private reception and Q&A to be held outside the Theater and under the stars. Amidst the backdrop of Hollywood-style searchlights, savor California wines and a variety of delicious international tapas from TUSCA Global Tapas Restaurant.
Tickets:
$65.00 each, proceeds benefit Steeltown Entertainment Project.
Seating is extremely limited. All tickets available on a first come, first served basis only.
Reserve your tickets at www.blacktie-pittsburgh.com
About the movie:
In 1976, a small American winery sent shock waves through the wine industry by besting the exalted French wines in a blind tasting, putting California wines on the map for good. Not only is "BOTTLE SHOCK" based on this infamous true story of love, victory and fermentation, but it was produced by Pittsburgh's own Marc and Brenda Lhormer of Zin Haze Productions. "BOTTLE SHOCK" was directed by Randall Miller and stars Alan Rickman, Bill Pullman, Dennis Farina, Rachael Taylor, Freddy Rodriguez, Chris Pine and Eliza Dushku. See the trailer here: www.bottleshockthemovie.com.
About Steeltown Entertainment Project:
Steeltown Entertainment Project is a Pennsylvania 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The mission of "Steeltown" is to nurture promising talent and to incubate meaningful and commercially viable entertainment projects in Southwestern Pennsylvania by connecting former Pittsburghers who are working in the entertainment industry with the region's human, cultural, educational, and economic resources. For more information, please call 412-622-1325 or visit www.steeltown.org.

* Quotes from the "Bottle Shock" review by Peter Travers, Rolling Stone magazine.


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25th Annual Greek Food Festival
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21 Aug 2008
The 25th Annual East Pittsburgh Greek Food Festival, sponsored by the Presentation of Christ Greek Orthodox Church, will be held Thursday August 21 through Sunday August 24, 2008 at Olympia Hall, Electric Avenue, in East Pittsburgh, Pa. The event will feature Greek meals, desserts, and beverages, as well as live Greek music and traditional Greek dancing by the renowned Grecian Odyssey Dancers. Guests may also shop for ethnic artifacts, jewelry and music CDs. Tours of the church will also be available. Festival hours are 11 am until 10 pm daily. Admission and parking are free. For more information call 412-824-9188 or visit our website at www.greekburgh.com.


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It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To! A Comedic Murder Mystery Show
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21 Aug 2008
It's Ted's birthday and his wife, Tiffany, is throwing him a surprise party and you're invited! Tiffany has invited Ted's somewhat bitter ex-wife, Sandy and his senile father, George to the affair. Speaking of affairs, Ted has a little surprise of his own for Tiffany. Watch as this perfectly planned party falls apart and Ted gets a "Deadly" birthday gift.

$40.00 Includes Dinner, Dessert, Show, Non-alcoholic drinks, Tax and Gratuities!

McCaffery Mysteries, Inc. is a 501 (C) 3 Non-Profit Company Benefiting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and The Animal Rescue League of Western Pennsylvania


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Glorious!
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21 Aug 2008
GLORIOUS!
Comedy | Written by Peter Quilter
August 19 - August 31

The true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the worst singer in the world.

Step back in time to New York in the 1940s. At the time, the city was a haven for eccentric characters struggling to make their mark. One New York socialite and aspiring opera singer, Florence Foster-Jenkins, became an immensely popular musical performer through the sheer strength of her personality, the devoted support of her adoring friends, and the unabashed self-confidence about the beauty of her stupendously horrendous singing voice. The play follows Foster-Jenkins from charity recitals and extravagant balls all the way to Carnegie Hall.



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Hustlebot Improv Comedy Every Thurs $5
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21 Aug 2008
HUSTLEBOT: THE SHOW is an evening of Experimental Comedy featuring the collective talents of Pittsburgh’s comedy troupe, Hustlebot. Every Thursday night features comedy performances in several styles including long form improvisation, video and live sketches, short films, and special guests.

$5
8pm
Every Thursday
Modern Formations
4919 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
www.modernformations.com


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Westmoreland County Fair
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21 Aug 2008



Westmoreland Fair is among the best county fairs in Pennsylvania. We have a strong agricultural history and our exhibits prove it! The fair offers fun for the entire family whether you enjoy the animals, exhibits, food, rides, motocross or music!





The fair runs from August 15th to August 23rd at the Westmoreland Fairgrounds in Pleasant Unity, PA.



THURSDAY, AUGUST 21st

9am: Judging Draft Horse Halter Class - Show Arena

9am: Judging Horse Show Hitch Classes - following Draft Horse Halter Classes - 4-H Horse Arena

9am: Tractor Driving Contest - First Commonwealth Grandstand Arena

9:30am: Bicylce Rodeo - 4-H Horse Arena

11am: All Breed Dairy Showmanship - Show Arena
1pm: Skid Loader Rodeo Contest - First Commonwealth Grandstand Arena
4pm: 4-H Rifle Contest - Greensburg Sportsman's Association Grounds
6pm: 4-H Shot Gun Contest - Greensburg Sportsman's Association Grounds
6pm: 4-H Benefit Auction - Show Arena

7:30pm: 4x4 Truck Pull - First Commonwealth Grandstand Arena: Adults $5, Children 3-12 $3, Pit Pass $15

4-H and FFA Members
Free admission with Membership Card (does NOT include rides)

GENERAL ADMISSION PRICE IS $6.00
Includes parking, amusement rides, admission to all commercial and agricultural exhibits, and judging exhibitions. Does not include admission to First Commonwealth Gradnstand Arena events.






FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT
www.westmorelandfair.com





DRIVING DIRECTIONS
www.westmorelandfair.com/directions.html



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