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Amateur golfers, male and female, are welcome to play the field in four-person teams using a scramble format during this exciting charity event.
Sponsored nationally by Cadillac and locally by Highmark Insurance, this is one of over 30 amateur tournaments being held across the country. The winning foursome and second-place qualifiers will be invited to compete in the national finals at California's famed Pebble Beach Resorts.
Proceeds benefit the National Kidney Foundation, which is dedicated to the prevention of kidney and urinary tract disease, improving the health and well-being of patients and families affected by these diseases and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation. For more information, call Tiffany Cramer-Ray at (412) 261-4115.
Stop by the center's gift shop to see a special display of local artist Amber Coppings' textile designs.
Hand- and machine- sewn applique details are art-inspired, geometric and are handcut from pieces of organic cottons, bamboo rayons and cotton jerseys that are hand-dyed with shibori techniques or digitally designed by Amber Coppings in her Lawrenceville studio. This allows for the most artistic expression and enhances the handmade nature of each individual piece. Other items being featured are hand-dyed infinity scarves, lightweight "Suzi" Hoodie Cape Vests and sumptuous handbraided organic cotton belts with vintage buckles.
Sale proceeds benefit the artist and the center. For more information, call (412) 361-0873.
Led by singer Michael Barnes, this quartet from Ohio incorporates heavy metal and post-grunge into their Christian-theme alternative rock songs.
Tickets to this age 21+ concert are available from TicketNetwork through the link below.
Consider among America´s greatest living songwriters, Josh Ritter performs songs that range from folk music and country, with a folk rock sound.
Tickets to this all-ages concert are available from the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust by calling (412) 456-6666.
This exhibition showcases the work of area photographer Jay Ressler depicting the complexity and magic of modern urban life.
Although referencing the disappearing industrial landscape and urban decay, Ressler transcends the abandonment of "urban porn" to produce a portrait of modern life and living beings through accompanying images of our spaces and artifacts as they are visible to all who look.
For more information, call (412) 365-2117.
This fun and fascinating exhibition features projects by educational, advocacy and community partners of a program at the Robotics Institute.
The Robotics Institute is a division of the computer school at Carnegie-Mellon University. When it was established in 1979, the institute was the first robotics program at an American college.
Enjoy a series of interactive installations that include counting pollution particles in the air, following electricity inside a toy and even see robots interpreting poetry.
There will be a number of programs related to the exhibit. For more information, call (412) 268-3818.
Hilary Robinson, an art professor at Carnegie-Mellon University, has curated this exhibition exploring feminism in relation to wide-ranging views on societal issues as expressed by women artists.
The goal is to present new work by women artists from throughout the world whose artistic practice shows that feminism is not a single-issue set of politics but will demonstrate that feminism is, in fact, multi-vocal, multi-generational and multi-cultural.
For more information, call (412) 231-3169.
This suspenseful play imagines the destiny of Abigail Williams, one of the initial accusers in the Salem witch trials of 1692, which led to the arrest and imprisonment of over 150 innocent people.
Set a decade after the infamous seductress danced with the devil in Salem, the devil returns for a visit --- and Abigail hides behind a changed name in a new town.
For show times and tickets, call (412) 431-2489.
Take part in some fun and exciting bingo on two floors and featuring a high-tech display board.
Bingo is a game of chance played with randomly drawn numbers which players match against numbers that have been pre-printed on 5-inch by 5-inch cards. The winner calls out the word "Bingo!" to alert the other players and caller of a possible win.
Games are held Sunday afternoon and Tuesday evening. Proceeds benefit this nonprofit fraternal organization and its community projects. For more information, call (412) 488-7188.
This selection of recent acquisitions to the Art Department of the Hunt Institute, from the early 19th century through the present, will be placed in the context of the Institute's collection practices and the history of botanical illustration.
For more information, call (412) 268-2434.
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