The Oaks Theater
310 Allegheny River Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15139
The Oaks Theater is a 430-seat single-screen movie house, presents the best in current, classic, and non-traditional cinema entertainment.
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Unblurred – Gallery Crawl Along Penn Ave.
Friday, July 6, 2012 (and the first Friday of every Month) 6-11pm
Free and open to all
Galleries and Businesses from 4800-5500 Penn Ave, stay open late, some stops offer free beverages
Facebook Event – http://www.facebook.com/events/118957978242505/
Tapped – Pop Up Beer Garden in Lawrenceville
Saturday, July 7, 2012, 3pm
Corner of Butler St. & 36th
Beer from Full Pint Brewing & East End Brewing. Food from Franktuary, PGH Taco Truck, Bar Marco, Fat Cat Baked Goods, and more.
Read about the Tapped Beer Gardens in PopCity here.
Facebook event – http://www.facebook.com/events/357887977610610/
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You might be familiar with the Oaks Theater because they have been showing horror films this halloween season. Well the Oaks theater is back with even movie entertainment – the Grease Sing-A-Long. For a certain segment of the movie viewing population – I could see how this could also be scarier than a horror film – but I am betting that there are some Grease fans in Pittsburgh.
The Oaks Theater – which is located in Oakmont – is bringing the Grease sing-a-long to Pittsburgh in a big way.
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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
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Well I am glad to see that this is showing when they are usually showing horror movies because I still think that Willy Wonka is one of the scariest movies ever – the poor kids just want to eat some candy and then they vanish.
But if you love this movie then you can head to The Oaks Theater in Oakmont – Friday at 10pm or Saturday at Midnight. They will be showing the original 1971 print.
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