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Oct. 1st - Apr. 30th
HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS FAN POWERED WORLD TOUR
The Original Harlem Globetrotters are known for their amazing feats of basketball, humor, and acts of goodwill on and off the court. And they have always been about the fans, but this year, everything they do will bring fans closer to the action more than ever before. Join them as they celebrate fans during the all-new Fan Powered World Tour! There will be over 20 occasions before, during and after the game where you have the opportunity to directly interact with Globetrotters stars. Don't miss out - get your tickets today and save 25% off with promo code FUNFAM
Walt Disney World Resort Orlando, FL 32830
Jan. 1st - Dec. 31st
SAVE on Tickets to WALT DISNEY WORLD - ONLINE ONLY - Tickets starting at $42 - You cannot redeem this coupon at the entrance or ticket window. You must go to https://www.orlandofuntickets.com/Magic-Your-Way-Tickets/ to receive your discount and purchase your tickets.
Expires: Jan. 31st, 2020
Move, stretch, and explore the museum with your baby!
Our yoga instructor will lead you and your baby through a partner practice. After you've done some Happy Baby with your happy baby, you'll rove our collection - stroller in tow - with an expert docent and visit artwork highlights to feed the mind.
It's the perfect break for you and your little one! Join us once or every month throughout the year.
Please note that participants should bring their own yoga mat. Children can be infant to age 3. All children must be in a stroller for the tour. Bags are not permitted to be worn in the galleries, but can be stowed in a stroller for the tour.
Bethel Park, PA, March 1, 2019 - The 4th Annual Southwestern Pennsylvania Special Needs Fair & Expo will take place on Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 10 AM - 2 PM at The Pathfinder School at 50 Donati Road, Bethel Park, PA.
"We are very excited to host the expo again this year. This event is an excellent opportunity to connect the special needs community with available resources," said Tom Kelton, event founder and chairperson.
"We average 75 participating vendors each year," Kelton continued. "We expect around that many to participate again this year and hopefully more - especially because we are permitting vendors to sell related products at the event which was a success last year."
The Expo, which is free and open to the public, is geared toward persons with special needs and their family members, caregivers and guardians throughout the southwestern PA, tri-state region. It features both indoor and outdoor activities and will take place rain or shine. Some of the scheduled activities include music and dance performances, opportunities to climb aboard various emergency vehicles, playtime with therapy dogs, face-painting, and more.
In addition to the activities, attendees are able to speak with professionals representing a wide-range of services and obtain informational materials. Many of the vendors also have giveaways and activities at their individual tables.
Vendors that participated in previous years include Allegheny Behavior Analysis Services, Autism Society of Pittsburgh, The Children's Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center, Empowered Medical Advocacy, iDiscovery Toys, Intervention Fundamentals, Kepro / Southwestern PA Health Care Quality Unit, PA Tourette Syndrome Alliance, Parent to Parent, Pennsylvania Mentor, Usborne Books, and WHS Children's Therapy Center.
The event facility, The Pathfinder School, offers free onsite parking during the event and is located along the Pittsburgh Light Rail system at the Dorchester stop. Light refreshments will be available for a nominal fee.
Sponsors for the event include Evey True Value Hardware, the Allegheny Intermediate Unit, and the South Central Area Special Schools Committee.
Apr. 27th - 28th
Heidi, the heartwarming story made famous by novelist Johanna Spyri, is the children's play presented by the Carnegie Performing Arts Center on Saturday, April 27 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, April 28 at 2 p.m. All performances will be at the historic Andrew Carnegie Music Hall, 300 Beechwood Avenue in Carnegie.
The part of Heidi is played by Emily Macala, a drama student at the Carnegie Performing Arts Center who attends 3rd grade at Chartiers Valley. Her grandfather, the Alm Uncle, is portrayed by Carlynton High School student Zavier Helbig. The play takes place in both the Swiss Alps and the Sesseman mansion in Frankfort, Germany. The story of Heidi follows her joy of being allowed to run free in the mountains and her dismay at having to be transplanted to the city of Frankfort for a better future. The play is directed by Monica Ryan with assistance from Mary Pusateri.
Performances take place in the Andrew Carnegie Music Hall. Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for students and seniors and are available at the door. For more information please call the Carnegie Performing Arts Center at 412-279-8887 or access the website at www.carnegieperformingartscenter.com
Think coding is hard? Everyone can code. Join us at the workshop to get started. We use Blockly, a drag and drop language to instruct the computer. We will be trying a number of puzzles, mazes and games to explore sequential events, selection and repetition. After, students will be able to access the web pages at home to continue their learning.
Dance, play, and be a part of colonial history at Pottsgrove Manor's Annual Colonial Mayfair, on Saturday, May 4th, from 11:00am to 5:00pm.
Start your spring season with the historic delights of Mayfair. Grab a ribbon and skip around the Maypole with the Amity Colonial Dancers and then take a lesson in 18th century dances. Discover the trades of the colonial life, from shoe making to tailoring, blacksmithing and woodworking. Kids can get into the spirit of the fair with make-and-take crafts and races around the Maypole. Gather the entire family and prepare to be amazed at the magic of Levram the Great. Sing and laugh with Tucker's Tales Puppet Shows. Hear the wonders about Dr. Balthasar's Magic Medicine and ponder if it can cure all your ails. Find the Ratcatcher roaming the grounds and stroll through the rows of vendors at the fair to discover local and handmade crafts and foods. Join the famous Dr. Benjamin Franklin in one of his historic science experiments. Indulge in a taste of history at the Tasting Tent, with beverage samples from Pottstown United Brewing Company, historic ciders from Pommel Cyder, sodas from Reading Soda Works, and historic hot chocolate, tea, and coffee. IDs will be check for samples of beer and cider. Snack on baked goods from The Georgian Kitchen or enjoy lunch options thanks to Boy Scouts Troop 7155 with baked goods from Troop 99. Entertainment shows, demonstrations, manor tours, and more are ongoing throughout the day, so be sure to listen for the Town Crier's bell so you do not miss a moment of Mayfair!
The first floor of the Potts family 1752 manor house will be open for visitors to tour. The museum shop will also be open, full of books, historic reproductions, and unique gifts.
Visitors are instructed to follow the signs to park at Pottstown Memorial Park. A shuttle will take visitors to and from Pottsgrove Manor throughout the day. This event welcomes all ages and is rain or shine! There is a suggested $2.00 donation per person for the event.
Pottsgrove Manor is located at 100 West King Street near the intersection of King Street and Route 100, just off Route 422 near the Carousel at Pottsgrove and Manatawny Green Miniature Golf Course, in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Pottsgrove Manor is operated by the Montgomery County Division of Parks, Trails, and Historic Sites.
For more information, please call 610-326-4014, or visit the website at www.montcopa.org/pottsgrovemanor. Like Pottsgrove Manor on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pottsgrovemanor.
Every spring, the students at Wexford Acting Studio prepare pieces to showcase their talents and are of their choosing. These include solos. duets, small groups and production numbers, from a variety of musicals. They also present scenes, monologues from plays and improvisations.
5:00 at The Kean Theatre on the St. Barnabas Campus in Gibsonia. Tickets are only $5.00! They can be purchased at the door. The Level Ones (6-9 year olds) will begin our showcase evening and then Level Twos and Threes will perform. If you are interested in seeing what we do and how the students train, this is a perfect way to familiarize yourself with WAS.
Come join us for our annual spring showcase at The Kean Theatre at 5:00 on May 5th . If you would like to be entertained and see what the studio is all about, this is a great time to view what it is that we do at Wexford Acting Studio. For more information, visit our web site or call anytime. 412-491-2416
Mothers zipline for free on Mothers Day (May 12th 2019) at Refreshing Mountain Retreat Center!
Treat your mom to a free zipline tour with the whole family.
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Mom goes free with her kids. Must be a group of at least 2 (1 paying, 1 free) for promo to apply.
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