Just a short drive north of Pittsburgh on 79N. is the tiny but historic town of Harmony, Pa. The town may be small – but they have got some big things going on. Saturday is the perfect day to drive up and check out Harmony.
Harmony, PA was home to the Harmonities Society – which was founded in 1804 by Father Rapp. The Harmonites were in Harmony for about 10 years, then they moved to Indiana and eventually setted in what is now Ambridge. There isn’t much more to the story of the HArmonities – they were a celebate group so that eventually put an end to their group. But the town exists with lots of well preserved buildings. We have included some links to places to visit below.
Just when we thought it was going to be kind of a quiet weekend in town – there are a ton of great concerts from national and local artists. And something at every price point – from FREE to not so free.
The mini golf course idea was the result of an audit of the Schenley Park skating rink audit from Controller Michael Lamb’s office in 2010. The idea is to come up with a way for the facility to be used year round. Read more about the audit from the Post-Gazette here.