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Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman and Julia Roberts have lots of fun in 1991 film that re-imagines the 1911 children’s novel “Peter & Wendy” by Scottish author J. M. Barrie (1860-1937).
In this version, the boy who refused to grow up has done just that and forgotten about his adventures in the mythical world of Neverland. Now known as "Peter Banning", he is a successful corporate lawyer with a wife and two children. But that quiet life is challenged when the evil pirate Captain Hook kidnaps his kids --- and Peter must reclaim his forgotten life to save them.
Admission is free. Presented by CitiParks, the parks department of the City Of Pittsburgh. For more information, call (412) 422-6426.
Featuring a cast of talented middle school and high school students, this award winning musical is the delightful tale of a clever con man.
The plot concerns Harold Hill, who poses as a boys' band organizer and leader and sells band instruments and uniforms to naive townsfolk before skipping town with the cash. But he may have made his match in River City, Iowa.
Presented by Mon River Arts, an organization dedicated to expanding artistic opportunities to children and adults in the Mon Valley and Western Pennsylvania. For more information, call (412) 384-0504.
This program teaches on-demand relaxation techniques to help students reduce negativity and acquire the tools needed to relieve pain, insomnia and anxiety.
Participants will learn about emotional intelligence --- the ability to identify, assess and control the emotions of oneself, of others and of groups. The training provided in this program will enhance an individual's life and provide success in their personal and career goals by providing practical life skills and techniques to empower them to make better decisions, resolve problems, reduce stress and achieve a positive, joyful life balance.
Students can choose from among three class times for today's session, which is part of a four-week course at the total fee of $98. For more information, or to register, call (412) 400-2085.
This informal workshop is designed to answer business start-up questions and to provide information and direction to anyone considering a business venture.
Presented by the college's Small Business Development Center, which provides consulting services and educational programs to entrepreneurs looking to start or grow a small business in Westmoreland and Fayette Counties. For more information, call (724) 537-4572.
Cindy Moore, a representative of the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, discusses healthy eating on a tight budget.
Learn how you can access the food you need when you find yourself between jobs, when you are working a low wage job or when you are starting a business and need to make ends meet.
Admission is free. For more information, or to register, call (412) 782-5344 ext 209.
Join museum curators and other culture enthusiasts for conversation and cocktails during this monthly program, focusing on provocative topics.
Tonight's subject is how artist-designed playgrounds can rekindle an adult's playful spirit.
The $10 fee includes museum admission, gallery discussion and one drink ticket For more information, call (412) 622-3131.
"Entrepreneurial Thursday" is a casual, weekly event featuring live jazz, soul and blues performance (by vocalist/host Jessica Lee and special musical guests) to enhance networking of the entrepreneurial and innovation communities.
Tonight's theme is "Creative Entrepreneurs"
This is a 21+ event with a $5 cover. A dinner menu is available. For more information, call (412) 392-2217.
A 2013 sequel to the critically acclaimed 2010 documentary, this film continues to examine communities in the United States impacted by natural gas drilling and, specifically, a drilling method known as hydraulic fracturing that can be used in the Marcellus Shale.
The Marcellus Shale is a unit of marine sedimentary rock that contains largely untapped natural gas reserves.
Presented by Marcellus Shale Protest, an online information clearing house about Marcellus Shale gas drilling, activism and related issues. For more information, call (724) 485-9835.
Mix and mingle with art lovers and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers for the opening of a fun new exhibits of his "Brewed On Grant" strips from the past seven years that feature Luke Ravenstahl.
Born in 1980, Luke Ravenstahl became the youngest mayor in Pittsburgh's history at the age of 26. He is among the youngest mayors of a major city in American history. Despite the fact that Ravenstahl has reached the ripe old age of 33, Rogers continues to draw the mayor as a six-year-old boy addicted to juice boxes.
Refreshments will be served. For more information, call (412) 232-0199.
Gather in the church's parish hall for a fun and exciting night of bingo.
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.
Proceeds benefit the church. For more information, call (724) 265-2070.
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