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  • Dayton Fair

    About Us:The Dayton Fair of Dayton, Pennsylvania is a week long fair providing family recreation, exhibits, midway rides, concerts and demolition derbies.The Dayton Fair has a long tradition of not only providing an enjoyable way for people to exchange ideas, demonstrate ski...

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  • Wildwood Highlands

    We offer exciting rides and attractions that surely will please every age group of your family, whether you're looking for that perfect-date night out or the whole family is searching for that new fun and exciting hot spot to meet. Wildwood Highlands specializes in the best ...

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  • Butler Musical Theatre Guild

    Musical Theatre Guild is the Musical Theatre Guild, a community-based theatre group specializing in the production of Broadway-style musicals. Founded in 1962, the Guild has donated many thousands of dollars to worthy charities in the Butler County area. Most major productio...

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  • Butler Arts Council

    The Butler Arts Council envisions Butler County to be vibrant and alive with the arts, inspiring its innovative spirit, celebrating its rich cultural diversity, and encouraging individual and community involvement. We see the Arts Council acting as a catalyst in the revita...

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  • Maridon Museum

    The Maridon Museum opened to the public on May 8th, 2004. It is the only museum in the Western Pennsylvania region with a specific focus on Chinese and Japanese art and culture. The museum, both the objects and the buildings that house them, are the gifts of Mary Hulton Phil...

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  • Comtra Theatre

    Founded by Marie Teets, Comtra Theatre is an intimate, in-the-round community theater located on Route 19 North in Cranberry, Butler County, PA. Initially known as the "East West Players" (named for the restaurant that was behind it), shows were presented in a ...

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  • Fun Fore All Family Entertainment Center

    There's truly something for everyone here at Fun Fore All—one of the largest year-round family entertainment centers in the area. Kids love our SoftPlay and rides including the Mini-Tea Cups and Jumpin' Star. We also have super-soaking bumper boats, zippy go-karts, and...

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  • Safari Sam's Family Entertainment Centers

    About Us : Since 1994 Safari Sam's has been providing exceptional family entertainment and values in Cranberry Township, PA. In 2003, a new management team was established to expand and promote Safari Sam's family entertainment values into the Greater Pittsburgh and Cen...

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  • The Pumping Jack Museum And Historical Association

    About the Museum : The Pumping Jack Museum's mission is to collect, protect, and display the unique heritage of the town of Emlenton and the surrounding area. Our rich history is a convergence of early oil history and the heritage of the surrounding area. We want to honor...

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  • Barrow Civic Theatre

    History:Civic's first stage was located on a cement slab which originally was a base for one of the large oil tanks of the former Atlantic Refinery located on Route 8 North about 1 mile from Franklin. This outdoor theatre served Civic for two years, after which operations we...

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  • The Palace Theatre

    About Us:The Palace Theatre has been a major force in Westmoreland County's cultural scene for generations.  Opened September 2, 1926, as the Manos Theatre, The Palace Theatre today hosts the widest variety of live entertainment in the area in a beautifully renovated 13...

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  • SummerSounds

    The City of Greensburg proudly presents our sixth season of exciting and interesting music under the stars in St. Clair Park. Emphasizing the highest standards of musicianship in a family atmosphere, this series has been called "the best outdoor music series in Western PA." ...

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  • Westmoreland Museum of American Art

    Our Mission:The mission of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art is to enrich a growing public through innovative and collaborative approaches to the collection, preservation and presentation of American art. Our Vision:To be a preeminent museum of American art....

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  • The Westmoreland Museum of American Art

    The mission of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art is to educate, inspire and enrich the public through the collection, preservation and presentation of American Art and to create an experience in which the arts are enjoyed, understood and can thrive...

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  • Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra

    The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 37th season of presenting classical music concerts throughout the Westmoreland region in 2005-2006. Founded in 1969 under the direction of Richard Karp, manager and music director of the Pittsburgh Opera, the orchestr...

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  • The Harmony Museum

    In 1753 Governor Dinwiddie of Virginia, in response to instructions from England on French incursion into the upper Ohio Valley, chose Major George Washington for a critical mission. Washington's orders were clear: Warn French troops against proceeding further with their mil...

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  • Clarion County Fair

    History What we know as the Clarion County Fair wasn't always what it started out as.  In an effort to improve relations between the area's merchants and farmers, community members organized a "gala one-day event". About 5,000 people turned out for the first picnic in 1...

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  • The Jimmy Stewart Museum

    The Jimmy Stewart Museum, located in Indiana, Pennsylvania (Jimmy's hometown) highlights its namesake's accomplishments in film, radio and TV. His roles as military hero, civic leader, family man and world citizen are also woven into displays, film presentations and gallery ...

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  • Lively Arts

    Mission: The Lively Arts at IUP sets the standard for excellence in providing quality arts events and services for students and the community that centers on the needs of its constituents, viewing the arts as an essential component of lifelong learning that provides an inco...

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  • University Museum

    The University Museum is located in John Sutton Hall, a beautifully restored and nationally registered historic landmark built in 1875. The mission of the Museum is to bring the material history and arts of the region together in an environment that encourages exploration, ...

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  • Huntingdon Gallery

    The gallery displays art from many major publishers, work from local artists and originals. We Offer: Conservation as well as decorative framing. Custom computerized mat cutting. Unique Shadow Boxes. Shadow Boxes for Sports Memorabilia. Oval Frames Unique and versatile mat...

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  • Fort Armstrong Folk Festival

    Mission Statement THE Fort Armstrong Folk Festival through involvement of juried artisans, volunteers, entertainers, and business partners, presents an entertaining, educational and community driven event. The Festival pays tribute to Armstrong County's heritage and stimulat...

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  • Latrobe Art Center

    Mission:The Latrobe Art Center, a 501 3(c) non-profit organization, turned 10 years old on June 15, 2012. Mrs. Nancy Rogers Crozier and the late Mrs. Elizabeth Hazlett had a vision to create an art center, located in the heart of downtown Latrobe, where local talent could ex...

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  • Westmoreland Arts And Heritage Festival

    Our Mission The mission of the Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival is to present exceptional visual arts, traditional crafts, educational activities and live performing artists to enlighten, entertain and enrich the community, while preserving and demonstrating Pennsy...

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  • Compass Inn Museum

    Compass Inn Museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is an authentically restored stagecoach stop. It has been a landmark in Laughlintown since 1799 when Phillip Freeman built the log section of the inn. At that time, it was used primarily by wagoners and ...

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  • Fort Ligonier Museum

    The history of Fort Ligonier began in September 1758 and was concluded in March 1766, embracing the period of the French and Indian War and Pontiac’s War. Today, the story of this time period is told through the remarkable Fort Ligonier museum exhibits and a fully reco...

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  • Fort Ligonier Days

    Fort Ligonier Days, a very popular 3-day festival, commemorates the Battle of Fort Ligonier, a key engagement of the French and Indian War, fought on October 12, 1758. On the grounds of the Fort you will find a living history encampment showing frontier life, military tacti...

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  • Laurel Highlands Bluegrass Festival
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  • Ligonier Theatre

    The Ligonier Theatre was purchased by the Valley Players of Ligonier theatrical group in 1997 and continues to show movies on the weekends (Fri & Sat at 7:30 PM and Sun at 2:30 PM), stage plays by our adult group and childrens' group, as well as hosting concerts, wedding...

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  • Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art - Ligonier

    The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art exists to preserve, exhibit, and advance American art and is dedicated to making its programs and activities accessible to the people of the southwestern area of central Pennsylvania. Charged with the development, maintenance, and per...

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  • Valley Players of Ligonier

    The history of the Valley Players is rich and varied, and much has happened in the past four decades from the days when the cast had to rehearse in private homes to now when the cast has a permanent home in which to rehearse and perform and an office staffed by a full time s...

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  • Footloose Squares

    Footloose Squares is a square and round dance club based in Murrysville on Route 22,17 miles east of the Pittsburgh,PA,city center....

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  • Kerr Memorial Museum

    Committed to the community throughout their lives, Dr. Kerr provided personalized medical care as a family physician and his daughter Virginia taught English in the Oakmont public schools for 42 years. Virginia Kerr never married and she lived in the family home her entire l...

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  • Carnegie Science Center

    Mission: Carnegie Science Center delights, educates, and inspires through interactive experiences in science and technology.Aspirations: In order to foster a scientifically literate community, Carnegie Science Center will:1.Be the region's leading family-centered destination...

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  • Childrens Museum of Pittsburgh

    About Us: Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is a place that delights and inspires children, where they can take off on fantastic flights of imagination daily, and return to earth to splash in a river, hammer a nail and ink a silkscreen. Named one of the nation’s t...

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  • Carnegie Museum of Art

    About Us: Carnegie Museum of Art is arguably the first museum of contemporary art in the United States, collecting the “Old Masters of tomorrow” since the inception of the Carnegie International in 1896. Today, the museum is one of the most dynamic major art ins...

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  • Carnegie Museum of Natural History

    Mission Statement: To conduct scientific inquiry, generate knowledge, and promote stewardship of the Earth. Through public engagement, we share the joy of discovery about the processes that shape the diversity of our world and its inhabitants....

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  • Fort Pitt Museum
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  • Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council

    Mission: Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council makes the arts central to the lives of individuals by expanding the reach, influence and effectiveness of the region's diverse cultural community....

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  • Westmoreland Fair
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