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 Community Day – Saturday, June 18, 2011
website for more info – http://historicharmony.com/communityday.html
Visit the Harmony Musueum for just $1
Hot Dog Eating Contest – 3pm
A Very Brief History of Harmony
Harmony, PA was home to the Harmonities Society – which was founded in 1804 by… Read the rest
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.
Friday is the Hometown Music Fest at Southpark – with a stellar line up of local performers. We are happy to learn about Jimbo and the Soupbones who will be performing at Ribs on the River on Saturday. Thanks to the reader that posted about these guys.
Here is a video of Jimbo and the Soupbones performing at… Read the rest
As if you needed another reason to love Schenley Park. The parks, oh the parks. One of the reasons Pittsburgh continues to be rated as an awesome place to live is our parks.
Schenley Park just added more fun for the summer season – today, June 16 – the mini golf course opens at Schenley Park.
Schenley Park Mini Golf Course Website
Location: Schenley Park Skating Rink
Schedule: Tuesday-Friday, 4-9 p.m., Saturday-Sunday, 1-9 p.m.
Cost: $4 adults/$3 children
The mini golf course idea was the result of an audit of the Schenley Park skating rink audit from Controller… Read the rest