While I know we mostly blog about Pittsburgh things – we are also happy to support some of the great communities that are with in a reasonable drive of Pittsburgh. The Bottlebrush Gallery is one of those places. Located in historic Harmony, Pa – which is about a 20 minute drive north of Pittsburgh on 79N. The founders of Bottlebrush Gallery have transformed this old antique shop into a great place to find local arts of all kinds.
The first floor of the building houses a shop with art and handmade items of all shapes, sizes and prices. There is… Read the rest
Image by pineapplebun via Flickr
My Tale of Two Cities Screening to Benefit Sewickly Public Library
Check out Carl Kurlander‘s documentary about moving back to Pittsburgh. The film will be screened at the Santa Fe Film Festival in December. See it here in Pittsburgh this weekend.
Friday, November 13, 2009, 7pm Sewlickly Public Library
The Nina and The Pinta make a pilgrimage to Pittsburgh
Take a tour of the life size replicas of the Nina and the Pinta that are docked next to Heinz Field
Tours daily 9am-4pm until Nov. 15, Tickets are $7
German Christmas Market at the Harmony… Read the rest
Image via WikipediaWeihnachtsmarket is German for Christmas Market. Historic Harmony village, which is about a 25 minute drive north of Pittsburgh, is hosting their annual Christmas Market this weekend (Nov. 15-16, 2008).
Now it has been a few years since I took the tour of the Harmony Museum but here is what I remember about Harmony – The historic Harmony Village is located on the site of the Harmony Colony – which was establised in 1800, the harmonists later moved to Indiana and back to Western, PA. The Harmonists were celibate and eventually they all died.
Father Christmas will be… Read the rest