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Squirrel Hill > Calendar > Local Calendar > 25 Mar 2008
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$1 BLUE MOON PINTS @ 1311 ~ SOUTH SIDE
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Quercus  
25 Mar 2008
CAPTAIN MORGAN PITCHERS FOR ONLY $5 AND BLUE MOON PINTS FOR A BUCK TILL MIDNIGHT EVERY TUESDAY AT 1311.

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Spring Flower Show
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25 Mar 2008
The flowers return to Phipps!
This year’s Spring Flower Show is traditional and elegant, as the Conservatory transforms into a showcase of color and containers. Featuring garden adornments such as pedestals, urns, fountains and statuary, the Spring Flower Show invites visitors to encounter spring favorites like tulips, snapdragons, cyclamen, delphinium, cineraria, azaleas, daffodils and more.
Cascading waterfalls, the Victoria Room’s interactive fountain, Greek-inspired columns and planters decorate and highlight the Conservatory’s fantastic rooms and flower beds.
Stroll through our lush rooms and experience the majesty and tradition of the Spring Flower Show—and watch the flowers make a triumphant comeback!


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Secrets of Circles
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Quercus  
25 Mar 2008
Circles are pretty amazing shapes. Look around, you’ll find them everywhere - wheels, clocks, flowers, doorknobs, Frisbees, coins, even the bagel or pita bread in your lunch.
In this new exhibit, explore the math, science and beauty behind the familiar shape of the circle found in nature, machines and art, in cultures all over the world.
  • Build your own gear contraptions to turn a music box dancer, a clock and a drill
  • Step inside a giant tire and try to get it moving
  • Do the Pendulum Dance - back-and-forth plus up-and-down sometimes equals round-and-round!
  • Play with unusual cars with various shaped wheels and see the different rides they offer
  • Make a cool kaleidoscope
  • Carve wood on a lathe
  • Pretend and play in a global market full of circles




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Great British Art: 200 Years of Watercolors, Drawings, and Prints from The Bank of New York Mellon Collection
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Quercus  
25 Mar 2008
A selection of masterful prints, drawings, and watercolors by some of the most important British artists from the 18th through the 20th centuries are on view in this exhibition.

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Forum 61: Lowry Burgess
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Quercus  
25 Mar 2008
Lowry Burgess, a Pittsburgh-based conceptual and environmental artist and professor at Carnegie Mellon University, explores the earth, universe, cosmology, and humans’ relationship to these elements through various media including painting, video, and environmental installation.

Museum hours:TuesdaySaturday, 10:00 a.m.5:00 p.m.; Thursday, 10:00 a.m.8:00 p.m.; Sunday, 12:00 p.m.5:00 p.m.
Admission to Museum:Adults, $15; Seniors, $12; Students/Children, $11; Members and children under 3, Free


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Wired to Win
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Quercus  
25 Mar 2008
Wired to Win, an extraordinary new film in IMAX®, showcases the amazing ability of the human brain to overcome adversity, accomplish the near-impossible, and power each of us to victory and success in life.

The brain’s abilities are illustrated through cyclists racing in the Tour De France. Over the course of the event, they are caught up in hair-raising crashes, dramatic battles over the Alps and Pyrenees and action-packed descents down steep mountain roads. Their ultimate goal? The finish line on the Champs-Elysees in Paris.

The film raises the questions "how do they do this?" and "why do they do this?" Ultimately the answers lie within the mind and the human brain itself.


$8 adults; $6 children 3-12 and seniors 62+

$7/$5 for members



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BODIES...The Exhibition
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Quercus  
25 Mar 2008
This extraordinary exhibit showcases real human bodies, which have been meticulously dissected and preserved.

Visitors can take a close-up look inside the skeletal, muscular, respiratory, and circulatory systems and come face-to-face with polymer-preserved human bodies. Approximately 200 additional organs and partial specimens reveal the intricacies and complexities that lie beneath the skin.
BODIES...The Exhibition is showing at the Carnegie Science Center. Purchase tickets online at www.CarnegieScienceCenter.org or call 412. 237.3400. Enjoy our EXTENDED hours! Open Daily, 10am--9pm.


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Calliope Acoustic Open Stage
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Quercus  
25 Mar 2008
Featured performer Perennial

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