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Lecture: The 1864 Presidential Election and the Doom of the Confederacy
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November 11, 2019
What: The Western PA Civil War Roundtable Monthly meeting Date: 11.20.19 Time: 7:30pm-9pm Where: Edgeworth Elementary School (200 Meadow Ln, Edgeworth, PA 15143) Title: LECTURE: The 1864 Presidential Election and the Doom of the Confederacy Description: In August 1864, Abraham Lincoln wrote “This morning, as for some days past, it seems exceedingly possible that this Administration […]

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‘Greetings’ from Iron Horse Theatre
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November 11, 2019
The Iron Horse Theatre Company finishes its season with an exhilarating, profound, and hilarious play called “Greetings!” by Tom Dudzick. “Greetings!” is a play about the Gorski family; a sweet Catholic mother, a sour Catholic father, and an intellectually disabled younger son named Mickey. Set in a working-class Pittsburgh neighborhood, the family awaits the Christmas […]

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Thank you, veterans, for your service & sacrifice
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November 7, 2019
Thank you, veterans, for your service & sacrifice. How do military appreciation days differ? Veterans Day honors the living who have served in the Armed Forces while Memorial Day remembers those who died in service and Armed Forces Day honors those currently serving. Dedicated on July 4, 1959, the Bell Acres veterans’ monument is located […]

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Quaker Valley Middle School presents ‘High School Musical Jr.’
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November 3, 2019
The Quaker Valley Middle School is putting on the production of “High School Musical Jr.” on Nov. 15, 16, 22 and 23.  There are close to 100 students participating in this adaption of the Disney classic.  The show is targeted to youth audiences and all ages will enjoy it.  If you would like to see […]

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Women’s Adventure Club of Sewickley encourages year-round outdoor activity
October 31, 2019
No matter if there’s rain, snow or sleet, a group of Sewickley-area women will be headed outdoors this winter to breathe in the fresh air, converse with their neighbors and get exercise hiking or biking through area trails.

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Remembering Brookside Drive-In
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October 28, 2019
Brookside Drive-In opened on Big Sewickley Creek Road in July 1947. With a 400-car capacity, it featured a single screen and individual speakers. Admission was 50 cents per person. A small play area sat below the screen and kept youngsters entertained as they patiently waited for darkness and the cartoon to begin. Throughout the evening, […]

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Fit4Mom Sewickley
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October 23, 2019
Hey there! My name is Kelsey (Kraus) Spangenberg and I am the new owner of a workout group called Fit4Mom Sewickley! Fit4Mom is a fitness group for Moms of all stages of motherhood who can workout with their babies in their strollers. I just had my Grand Opening today at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church and […]

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Sewickley Academy presents Bias and the Brain
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October 22, 2019
Join us as Hugh Vasquez, MSW, one of the country’s leading equity and diversity educators, brings together neuroscience and sociological research, along with his leadership development work with high school and college students, to help people understand the hidden prejudices that shape what we see, think and do. He’ll explore what to do with that […]

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Iron Horse Theatre presents “Scary Musical the Musical”
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October 15, 2019
Come celebrate Halloween with us as we perform our first musical Scary Musical: The Musical. This hilarious musical comedy has all the elements of a classic scary movie – with an added twist- the characters sing and dance before, during, and sometimes after getting killed! Combining a slasher movie plot with a rock n’ roll score, […]

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Beaver Road’s Stone Bridges
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October 7, 2019
Following an earlier Native American path, the Beaver Road was once the main route from Pittsburgh through the Sewickley Valley into Ohio. In 1841, Allegheny County built stone arch bridges to carry traffic over Kilbuck Run and Little Sewickley Creek in what at the time was Ohio Township. Edgeworth’s Little Sewickley Creek Bridge #1 is […]

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