PITTSBURGH — Thanksgiving is just around the corner and holiday activities are in full-swing, giving you plenty of options if you're looking for something to do this weekend in western Pennsylvania.
We've got 11 ideas for you right here!
The holiday season is upon us, and there's no bigger celebration in Pittsburgh than Light Up Night in downtown! It's an evening full of tree lightings, activities, music, ice skating, and much more. The schedule of events is big - and we've got what you need to know RIGHT HERE.
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Kennywood is once again pulling out all the stops to bring you the
celebration. The amusement park will be full of lights and fun. It also features the
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The holiday season wouldn't be complete without a parade of course. Head to Greensburg, and line Main Street on Saturday for the Greensburg Holiday Parade. It has everything you'd expect from a parade, and yes, Santa will make a visit.
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Before Santa makes a stop in Greensburg though, Jolly Old Saint Nick will be arriving in Cranberry Township. T
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Turning back time a little, and heading to the 50's, "A Streetcar Named Desire" is coming to the stage in Beaver. The Bobcat Players will present this iconic piece of American theater at the Ed Schaughency Theater, (near the Beaver Area Senior High School) Through the weekend. Admission to the show is $10, and the curtain goes up at 7:30 p.m. each night. Keep in mind, this show has some adult situations, and may not be suitable for young children.
After Light Up Night festivities, head to
and root on the Penguins as they take on the New Jersey Devils on Friday. S
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