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Light The Night Walk
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27 Sep 2008
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is holding its annual Light The Night Walk for Fayette County on Saturday, September 27, 2008 at Uniontown High School Stadium. The Light The Night Walk is a nationwide evening walk to celebrate and commemorate lives touched by cancer. Walkers raise money to contribute to the cause and carry illuminated balloons. Proceeds from the Walk go towards patient aid and research programs. Anyone can participate. Children, adults, and seniors are all welcome. This is a casual walk with no fitness requirements. For more information, contact Richele Ward at 1-800-726-2873 ext. 2868 or Richele.Ward@lls.org.

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Blue Pipa Trio Concert
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27 Sep 2008
Blue Pipa is a contemporary cultural fusion group playing various forms of Traditional Chinese Folk, American Jazz and Bluegrass.
The trio consists of the world renowned Min Xiao-Fen on the pipa (a plucked Chinese instrument similar to the lute), Steve Salermo on guitar and Dean Johnson on the bass.

Min has given solo performances in Brussels, Vienna and New York. She was the first Chinese musician invited to play at Jazz at the Lincoln Center where she performed a solo set of the music of Thelonious Monk. Last year, she was a featured composer and performer for the American Composers Orchestra’s “Composer Out Front” project. Min also participated in the Pacific Symphony's American Composers Festival 2004 alongside Yo-Yo Ma and worked on Bjork’s album Volta on the song “I See Who You Are.”

She was in Pittsburgh last year for the Opera Theater’s Production of a Philip Glass opera Sound of a Voice.

Tickets $25, Student/Senior: $15
Online or at the door: www.proartstickets.org, www.silkscreenfestival.org
724-969-2565 (Silk Screen office)


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Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble
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27 Sep 2008
Walter Morales, conductor

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Little Italy Days
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27 Sep 2008
For three days in Bloomfield it’s All-Italian-all-the-time. Expect lots of music, food, games, more food and other fun activities amidst Bloomfield’s unique shops and fine restaurants.

The 2008 festival features free activities and entertainment for young and old. This year 12 musical groups perform on the Main Stage at Liberty and Cedarville, along with strolling musicians throughout the weekend. Other activities include a bocce tournament and an Italian Mass, followed by the “Procession of the Madonna del la Civita”.

The festival attracts over 20,000 people from all over the region. In 2004 “Little Italy Days” won the Mainstreets Pittsburgh “Special Events” Award and in 2008 received first place in the statewide “Townie Awards.”

Produced by the Bloomfield Business Association, this event helps to nurture Bloomfield’s “Little Italy” identity and to encourage people to live, work, shop and play here.

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South Hills Oktoberfest
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27 Sep 2008
Oktoberfest Celebration - Games, Beer, Food. Live Musis Saturday and Sunday. Staurday, Barleykings. Sunday, Morningside. In the tent at the South Park Shops.

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FESTIFALL 2008
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27 Sep 2008
FESTIFALL 2008 is sponsored by the Friendship Hill Association and the National Park Service. This is an annual event to celbrate the life of Albert Gallatin and the culture of the Allegheny Plateau. Saturday and Sunday, September 27-28, special programs, period food and music will be offered. Silas Moore, the local 'rat catcher' will be in attendance! Please call the Park for more info-724-725-9190


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Erntefest
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27 Sep 2008

Here is a great event to transition everyone back into the fall and winter seasons. On Saturday, September 27th, Old Economy Village celebrates Erntefest, a traditional German harvest festival. The event runs from 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The Village celebrates Erntefest each year to demonstrate ways that the Harmonists, and other people living in western Pennsylvania, would have prepared for winter in the nineteenth century.
Visitors of all ages have a chance to learn how to make cheese, sausage, butter, apple schnitz, cider, ginger beer and a variety of other traditional fall foods of the 19th century. There will be broom making, meat smoking, coopering, bee keeping, wine making, beer brewing and more, all activities that would have been done by members of the Harmony Society in the years before the Civil War. Of course, before playing old-time games such as sack races, graces and walking with stilts, children of all ages must do their chores - pumping water, washing clothes, milking the “cow,” making rope and rolling barrels.

In addition to the many site-wide activities, the Village’s historic buildings and exhibits will be open. For those visitors who enjoy food, there will be a selection of German favorites available from 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., all prepared by members of St. John’s Lutheran Church, the Harmonists original house of worship which is located across the street from the historic site. Old Economy’s homemade Concord grape pies made from fruit grown on Old Economy’s vines will also be offered.

To preview an Erntefest 2008 You Tube video, visit www.oldeconomyvillage.org. For more information on Erntefest at Old Economy Village, call (724)266-4500 or email
ra-oldeconomy@state.pa.us. The ticket office and admission entrance are located in the Visitor Center at 270 Sixteenth Street in Ambridge. Tickets are $8.00 per adult and $5.00 for children 4-17; children under 4 are free. Admission is also free to members of the Friends of Old Economy Village. The Visitor Center is located at 270 Sixteenth Street, Ambridge, with free parking available.


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Contemporary Ensemble Concert
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27 Sep 2008
Please visit http://music.cmu.edu or call the Concert Line at 412-268-2383. Tickets are $5, student/senior discounts available. The Kresge Theater is located in the College of Fine Arts on the Carnegie Mellon University campus.


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Dallas Marks at Bootsies
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27 Sep 2008
Dallas Marks returns to Bootsies 699 O'Neil Boulevard White Oak, Pa 412-672-1120. This is where the girls get up on the chairs and dance!!!!

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The Sounds of Charity
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27 Sep 2008
Join us on Saturday, September 27, at Seton-LaSalle High School for The Sounds of Charity. This benefit concert will feature traditional Irish music performed by Pittsburgh's own Mike Gallahger, Bruce Foley & Guaranteed Irish, and a cameo performance by Sally Folan-Grab's Irish Dancers. Tickets are $25 and available by calling 412-343-1382 or by visiting www.scsh.org to register online. Proceeds from this concert benefit the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill and their Far East Missions.

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theCAUSE
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27 Sep 2008
theCAUSE is a band consisting of 5(sometimes 6) Pittsburgh musicians who have all been around the proverbial block. Playing tunes from Grateful Dead, Phish, The Beatles, Bob Dylan and MORE, including some very tasty originals, theCAUSE packs a punch while still paying close attention to the delicate touch.

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Sweaty Betty Blues Band Performs at Sassy Marie's in the North Side
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27 Sep 2008
Sweaty Betty Blues Band performs
in Pittsburgh's Historic North Side
at Sassy Marie's
downstairs in the Speakeasy
enjoy gourmet food, a fantastic martini bar, a great beer selection, and Live Music a la SB3
9.00 - 1.00 no cover charge if you dine upstairs.
422 Foreland Street Pittsburgh 15212



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Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
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27 Sep 2008
Manfred Honeck conductor
Joshua Bell violin
A star-studded season opener with new Music Director Manfred Honeck! Enjoy Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with Grammy Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell. Adams' Short Ride in a Fast Machine is a pounding thriller. Mahler's moving Symphony No. 1 depicts the awakening of nature.


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GASP and Good Friends
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27 Sep 2008
The Group Against Smog & Pollution's 39th annual fundraising event. Event includes drumming, a puppet show, a band and silent auction/raffle. Contact GASP for more information.


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Mt. Lebanon High School Festival of Bands
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27 Sep 2008
Come hear 8 local High School Marching Bands at the Annual Festival of Bands sponsored by Mt. Lebanon High School Marching Band on Saturday, September 27, 2008 beginning at 7pm in the High School Stadium.
Bands performing include Brashear, Carrick, Keystone Oaks, Shaler, Thomas Jefferson, Westinghouse, Westminster College, Mt. Lebanon and the Mt. Lebanon Drumline.
Tickets are $6 at the gate. Pre-school children are free.



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Energy Swing Fall Fest & Food Drive
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27 Sep 2008
Stop on by Energy Swing Windows in Murrysville on Saturday, September 27 from 9am-3pm for our Fall Open House! We will be hosting a FOOD DRIVE as well as providing Cider, Apples, & Fall Goodies! BRING TEN OR MORE CANNED FOOD ITEMS & RECEIVE A FREE PUMPKIN! Just in time for the Halloween season!
If you are interested in windows or doors, we will be having a 24 HOUR SPECIAL with great savings for you and your family. With winter fast-approaching, now is the time to invest. 2009 is said to be a colder than normal winter & energy prices keep going up, up, up!
If you would like more information, please call 724-387-2991 or email ashley@energyswingwindows.com. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

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Gatherings Singles French Wine Picnic
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27 Sep 2008
Bring a bottle of wine to share and sample wines brought by others.

Heavy hors d’oeuvres, coffee, water, music and campfire will be provided.

No one under 21 permitted.

Gatherings is a great group for singles between the ages of 38 and 58 to make new friends. Gatherings holds group events in the Pittsburgh area where people can meet each other naturally, the old fashioned way. Check out our website, www.gatheringspgh.com. We have been in business since 2001. We operate under the radar, with no advertising, just word of mouth from members and internet searches, but our email distribution list stands at a hefty 1,080 email addresses. Join in!

Dress is picnic casual - bring a sweatshirt and chair to sit around the fire.

Location:
North Park – Donora Grove (across from Donora Field)
From Swimming Pool, turn near Pie Traynor Field follow circle.
North Park website with a map of the park: www.alleghenycounty.us/parks/npfac.aspx

Cost:
$15.00 if paid before September 20
$20.00 if paid from September 20 to September 26
$25.00 at Grove on September 27

To pay in advance, go to www.gatheringspgh.com website and click on Calendar of Events to access the PayPal system to pre-pay online or mail a check payable to Gatherings, P.O. Box 2, Glenshaw PA 15116.

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Fayette County Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival
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27 Sep 2008
THE FIRST COAL AND COKE HERITAGE MUSIC FESTIVAL EVER
September 27, 2008
The Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival is scheduled for Saturday, September 27, 2008, from 10 a.m. to dusk. The festival will be held at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus in Uniontown, PA . The Festival will feature a day-long schedule of musicians and artists, food vendors serving ethnic specialties, visual art displays, and crafts. Festival attendees will become “citizens” of the Coal and Coke Community.

Celebrate The Coal and Coke Heritage!
The Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival is designed to celebrate the arts and culture indigenous to southwestern Pennsylvania with presentations of visual and performing arts. This event will celebrate the pride and progress of the region and honor the culture, labor and music of the Coal and Coke region in southwestern Pennsylvania.




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Coconuts and Carnage
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27 Sep 2008
Contestants of the latest reality television craze Leftover - the cable access answer to Survivor - discover reality bites, as they are stalked by a crazy killer. Competition is stiff and they just might wind up dead if they don't watch their backs. The host only cares that a body count is good for ratings, carved coconuts contain cryptic threats, the Vaseline is running low and no one thought to bring a coffin as a luxury item. Enjoy an evening of dinner and death with the interactive Survivor parody murder mystery. Be prepared to search for clues and laugh away with an evening's comedy. The lucky few may get to compete with the castaways - to see who will be crowned Leftover.
Without A Cue Murder Mysteries, a Philadelphia-based touring theater compnay, is proud to present "Coconuts and Carnage". The interactive comedy company, which has toured extensively throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware is popular due to its expert use of audience participation, mixed with the comedic talents of the cast.


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The Humane Society at Aspinwall Community Day
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27 Sep 2008
Join the Humane Society and their adoptable animals at Aspinwall's Community Day!

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Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival
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27 Sep 2008
It's an adventure into the past at this medieval amusement park featuring combat jousting, games of skill, rides, a variety of renaissance delicacies, hundreds of authentically costumed performers providing continuous entertainment, and more than 80 master artisans exhibiting fine arts and crafts.

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Pittsburgh 250 events cycle across historical passage, culminate at Point State Park for the PNC Legacy Trail Ride celebration
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27 Sep 2008
From September 27 to October 4, hundreds of bicyclists are set to participate in The PNC Legacy Trail Ride celebrating the Pittsburgh region’s 250th birthday and linking of the Great Allegheny Passage to the C & O Canal Towpath, creating a 335-mile hiking and biking trail that retraces a young George Washington’s trailblazing journey from Virginia to the forks of the Ohio.

Pittsburgh 250, which marks the anniversary of the naming of Pittsburgh in 1758, is both a celebration of the region’s rich history and a showcase of lasting investments in its quality of life. Pittsburgh 250 encourages all to “imagine what you can do here” in building a bright future.
The PNC Legacy Trail Ride features four main events along the Great Allegheny Passage, ending on Saturday, October 4:
  • “Celebration Saturday” in six Trail Towns on September 27
  • A bicycle relay ride that speeds from Washington, D.C. to Pittsburgh in just 24 hours
  • A week-long sojourn ride by 250 cyclists, also from Washington to Pittsburgh
  • A community ride and hike by families who are invited to join the cyclists on their final sprint into renovated Point State Park in Pittsburgh

Celebration Saturday is scheduled for Sept. 27. Six towns along the trail—West Newton, Connellsville, Ohiopyle, Confluence, Meyersdale, and Rockwood—will celebrate the history and new outdoor amenities they share along the Great Allegheny Passage. Each town will offer trail-related activities, food, entertainment, and the unveiling of a public art project designed to create vibrant and attractive connections between the trail and the towns.

Beginning in Washington, D.C on Oct. 3, a 24-hour bicycle relay ride involving 18 teams of six cyclists will ride through the night carrying a Congressional proclamation to Pittsburgh.

On Sunday, Sept. 28, a sojourn ride by 250 cyclists will begin in Washington and end at Point State Park on October 4. As the riders arrive in downtown Pittsburgh, families are encouraged to join in the community ride and hike at PNC Firstside to the finish line at Point State Park. Those who want to participate in the final leg can register at www.bike250.org .

The PNC Legacy Trail Ride will conclude with a concert featuring Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers, and a spectacular fireworks display launched from downtown skyscrapers.

The events kick off Pittsburgh Celebrates 250, a two-month birthday party that includes the Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts, a performing and visual arts celebration; the Festival of Lights, which will illuminate and decorate buildings and outdoor spaces; and many other events.




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LABCO's Eleventh Annual Anniversary Fundraiser
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27 Sep 2008
Labco Dance is proud to host its annual gala and fundraiser in honor of the company's 11th anniversary. The event will take place at 7PM on Saturday, September 27, 2008 at Grey Box Theatre, 3595 Butler Street, Pittsburgh PA 15201. This event promises to be a memorable evening with performances by Labco Dance, live music, a special guest DJ, excellent cuisine and a silent auction.
Tickets are $ 20 in advance and $ 25 at the door. To reserve your tickets please call 1.800.607.0857 or visit www.labcodance.net




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Fall Craft Fair
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27 Sep 2008
East Union Presbyterian Church, 292 East Union Road, Cheswick, in West Deer Township (Russellton) is holding a Fabulous Fall Craft Fair on Saturday, September 27th from 10 AM-3PM. There will be lots of hand crafted items, a Chinese Auction and a concession stand.
If interested in being a crafter or have questions, please contact Mary Lynn at 412-767-5750.


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Fall into a great Yard Sale!
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27 Sep 2008
Howard Hanna’s Greensburg office is having a group yard sale in the parking lot of their office at 133 Donohoe Road on Saturday, September 27th from 8:00am to 1:00pm.

The office has more than 35 sales associates and their “Fall into a Great Yard Sale” promises to have plenty of good items – plants, furniture, housewares, toys, costumes, etc. All proceeds will benefit the Children’s Free Care Fund.

Howard Hanna Real Estate Services has played a major role in raising funds for the Children’s Free Care Funds in their market areas for the past 20 years with their “Choo Choo Chow Chows Luncheons.”

“The Greensburg office is getting a head start on our Free Care Fundraising this year,” says Manager Noreen Patterson. “We always have our Choo Choo Chow Chow luncheon during the holidays, but this year we want to do more.”

For more information on Howard Hanna Greensburg’s “Fall into a Great Yard Sale”, please call Bonnie Rosenthal or Melanie Marasco at 724-832-2300

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For More Information
Deborah Donahue
Director of Public Relations
412-967-9000 x328
ddonahue@howardhanna.com

Howard Hanna Real Estate Services is the 5th largest full-service real estate company and the 3rd largest privately held real estate company in the United States. The full-service company specializes in residential and commercial brokerage service, mortgages, closing and title insurance, land development, appraisal services, insurance services and corporate relocation. The company has 122 offices across Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York and West Virginia, andemploys more than 3,600 sales associates and staff. Visit www.howardhanna.com for more information.


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Fall Fest in Apollo
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27 Sep 2008
Apollo Hose Company #3 will be having it's annual Fall Festival September 27 & 28 at Apollo #3 Fire Hall on North Second Street. Events as followed.
September 27
9am til 2pm Blood Drive at the fire hall
10am announcing of essay winners at fire hall
11am Fall Festival Parade
12pm Car Cruise and Fire Truck Display at Owens Field
3pm Miss Apollo Pagent
Bands playing in Grove all day
September 28
12pm Battle of the barrel at Owens Field
Announcing of the Cutest Baby Contest
Do you have the cutest baby
The Apollo Hose Company #3 will be holding a "Cutest Baby Contest" during the Fall Festival.
If you have the cutest baby, (between the ages of 0 to 3)
then send us your photos.
Photographs must be of babies ages 0 to 3, born between September 2004 and September 2008. Photos taken prior to those dates will be disqualified.
Write your baby's name, birth date and parent's name on the back of the photo.
Send it to Apollo Hose Company #3 Cutest Baby Contest
c/o Keith Shank
513 First Street
Apollo PA 15613
Or e-mail photos at jshank73@hotmail.com
Please provde a self address stamped envelope if you would like your photo returned.
Photos will be judged by the public during the Fall Fest through monetary donations.


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Fall Celebration - Spring Anticipation Festival
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27 Sep 2008
This year Daffodil & Hosta Society of Western PA (DHSWP) invites you to our inaugural Fall Celebration--Spring Anticipation Festival to be held at the Phipps Garden Center on Saturday, September 27th, 2008, fom 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. The Festival is free and open to the public.
Daffodil bulbs will be sold for only $5.00 each! These are bulbs that you won’t find in garden centers including historical varieties. All colors, blooming seasons, and divisions have been purchased for your gardening pleasure and diversity. Also there will be an auction beginning at 1:00 PM with more “special” one-of-a-kind bulbs for purchase.
Light refreshments will be served throughout the day with daffodil growers from our club to answer your questions and guide your purchasing (if requested).
We invite you to join in this inaugural event as a participant in any capacity. We look forward to your attendance and support!
For more information, please contact
Jeanne Rowles (724-941-36329) ljr329@comcast.net or
Bob Danik at buxas@zoominternet.net (724-898-1105)


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Witches Night Out
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27 Sep 2008
The Volant Shops
invite you to Assemble at Dusk for
Witches Night Out
A Wickedly Fun Night

Sat Sept 27 2008

Witching Hours: 5 - 9 PM
All My Pretties are invited to dust off your brooms & assemble your coven of frightful friends for a night of howling good fun and a ranting raven night of shopping.
Reunite with frightful friends.
Features of the Evening


The Main Street and buildings will be decked out for a Frightfully Fun Night.
Shops are magically transformed for a Main St Halloween

Ghost Walk
Frightful Facts & Fables of Past Lives on Main St.



Wear anything Witch related and receive a special gift. Don a Witches Hat or dress for the Best Witch Costume Contest.



Enter our Best Dressed Witch Costume Contest.
You may win a pet bat ~ magic cat ~ dirty old hat ~ swarm of gnats ~ or a dead rat!
Or the Grand Prize of a $50 Gift Certificate to Volant Shops
Come to The Witches Ball & dance with the Dearly Departed
Bring along the name of a person who most puts you in mind of a Witch - Living or Deceased ~~ Famous or Personal and you will get to re-name one of our Ladies of the Evening !
Free Take-Home 'Hand-dids' Craft Projects throughout the shops

Ghoulish Bubbling Spirits & Tantalizing Treats
Haunting Music
Scary stories & Poem Readings
Wonderful decorating ideas of the Season
Look for Mystery Sale items throughout the stores
Many More Fun activities all evening


Stop By for A Spell !!




For information call: 724-533-2450
or
Volantshops.com



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Open Climbing at REI
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27 Sep 2008
Whether you are a beginner or an expert climber, the Pinnacle at REI offers a great climbing experience. REI’s experienced, belay-trained staff and state-of-the-art climbing structures will challenge and entertain climbers of all ages.
REI supplies the equipment, and REI members climb free of charge! Not a member, join today for a one time $20 fee.


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2008 Carnegie International
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27 Sep 2008
This exhibition is the most important and prestigious international survey of contemporary art in North America and features paintings, sculptures, photography, works on paper, and film and video works by established and emerging international artists.

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2008 Head of the Ohio
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27 Sep 2008
As many as 2,000 competitive rowers from the United States and Canada will join thousands of spectators on Pittsburgh’s three rivers this fall for the 2008 Head of the Ohio, set for Saturday, September 27, 2008. Hosted by Three Rivers Rowing Association, the 2.6-mile race is presented by UPMC Sports Medicine. An annual event, Head of the Ohio’s 22nd edition coincides with the celebration of Pittsburgh’s 250th anniversary and presents a unique opportunity to celebrate the beauty, majesty and energy of Pittsburgh’s rivers.


Spectators can watch the races from the Stewards’ Pier while enjoying sumptuous food and drinks and cheering for their favorite teams, or they can get in on the action and view the finish line area by paddling in a dragon boat. The dragon boat will launch from the river trail below the Heinz Field docks periodically throughout the day. There is no cost to paddle, but rules provided on site apply.

In addition to rowing, Head of the Ohio 2008 will feature a variety of outdoor activities and entertainment at North Shore Riverfront Park, the site of the finish line. The Great Lawn will be home to food and fun for all ages.


To obtain a ticket for the Stewards’ Pier or to register for Head of the Ohio 2008, call 412.231.TRRA or visit, www.headoftheohio.org.


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2008 East Coast Bigfoot Conference
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27 Sep 2008
The 2008 East Coast Bigfoot Conference will take place September 27, 2008 in the banquet hall located above Pitzer’s Townhouse Restaurant 101 S. 5th Street, Jeannette PA 15644 from Noon to 8:00 pm with doors opening at 11:00 am. The event is open to the public. Admission is $20.00 for reserved seating and $10.00 for general admission seating. Reserved seating is only available through pre-registration webpage on the conference website. Reserved seating is limited to the first 50 pre-registrants or until September 1, 2008. General admission seating is available through pre-registration on the conference website and will be available at the door the day of the conference.
This years events features guest speakers, Bigfoot displays, vendor booths, a “Bigfoot” Auction with your chance to bid on Bigfoot collectibles including Bigfoot and Paranormal Books, Bigfoot DVD’s and Movies, Bigfoot T-shirts, Artwork, and a variety of Bigfoot collectibles. The event will also feature a 50/50 drawing with a variety of prizes to be awarded through out the event. For more information visit our website at www.eastcoastbigfootconference.weebly.com, email us at contact@pabigfootsociety.com or telephone 724-516-6344.


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