Quality Inn & Suites North
5137 William Flynn Highway
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Phone: (724) 444-8700
Fax: (724) 444-8744
5137 William Flynn Highway, Gibsonia, PA, US, 15044
- Phone: (724) 444-8700
- Fax: (724) 444-8744
The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania is responsible for this enthusiasm-filled event. There is not a minute spent in boredom here. You and your kids will be occupied in a lot of contests and competitions. Make a scarecrow, find that needle in a haystack, enjoy the live performances or simply sip apple cider, the choice is yours. You can also stuff yourself with candy apples or take part in the other arts and crafts demonstrations on the venue grounds. What's more, all of this comes free! Did anybody say apple jams? Check website for next years dates and times.
The North Hills Art Center almost seems out of place amidst the businesses that line Babcock Blvd. The store may be small, but it features a large selection of artwork by local artists. The pieces are affordable for the average collector. The center also has educational programs for children and adults, as well as monthly exhibits.
The city's Cultural Trust has given a new lease of life to this once run-down venue, transforming it into a premier location. Its specially-designed orchestral stage, vantage seating arrangements and clear, yet not harsh, sound system makes it particularly well-suited for musical events. The theater's old-time interiors, with copper cherubs, mosaic floors, stained-glass windows and gold-leaf frescos are still preserved from their glory days in the early 1900s. Big international names like Anoushka Shankar mesmerize audiences, alongside Broadway and comedy shows. Browse the website for event schedules and enjoy some beautiful music in surreal surroundings.
With 40 bowling lanes awaiting to have balls rolled over, there is enough room for everyone to have various rounds at FunFest. Accompanying the bowling alley are a series of arcade games to drown quarters into. A nearby restaurant serves classic favorites like burgers and fries. You can host your birthday bash at FunFest with various discounts on food and bowling alike. While the arcade closes early, the bowling lanes are open until late in the night. Call or check website for a detailed list of timings.
The Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center being located in the downtown area is an ideal venue for hosting varied events. It comprises of a meeting room, banquet hall, patio and an auditorium. Be it a corporate training session or a social gathering, it is well equipped to handle all with great deal of efficiency. You can also arrange a ballroom event at the classy hall, which accommodates nearly 325 guests. The venue is armed with the latest and modern sound and light equipments. The on-site free parking services adds to the convenience.
This cineplex has stadium seating and an IMAX screen for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
The Pittsburgh Savoyards are a community theatre group that performs at various schools and facilities throughout the area to entertain children. Their productions are almost all comic operas by Gilbert and Sullivan, although other concerts and comic operas do occasionally make it onto the roster. Their permanent home is in the Carnegie Free Library Music Hall in Carnegie, PA, but during renovation they are staging their performances in the Catherine Thomas Theatre in St. Benedict Hall, in Pittsburgh.
The Oakmont Country Club's prestigious golf course was designed by Henry Fownes and is considered to be one of the most difficult courses in the United States. This elegant club has hosted more editions of the U.S. Open - including the 2007 U.S. Open - than any other golf club. Visitors of the club can either enjoy prestigious golf tournaments or play themselves on its challenging holes.
Located inside the Mr. Smalls Funhouse, the Mr. Smalls Theatre is a grand venue with a seating capacity of 650. What was formerly an 18th-century Catholic church, has now been transformed into an entertainment venue with two well-stocked bars, a stage area and high-end light and acoustics; thus retaining the old world charm as well as modernity. Although a small venue, this Mr. Smalls Theatre has been graced with scintillating performances by the likes of Rusted Root and Ziggy Marley. All this and much more, explain the reason of it being the top-notch small music venue in Pittsburgh and a premium venue of the country.
Welcome to a place where shopaholics and cineholics can rejoice together! The Waterworks Cinemas are housed at the Waterworks Mall in Fox Chapel, surrounded by some of the best shops and boasting of ten screens for your viewing pleasure. Pre- and post-movie dining is not a problem; there are plenty of restaurants on the premises. Call or check the website for film timings and other information.
Housed within a former Catholic sanctuary, this venue holds a theatre, recording studios and a skate park. The theatre, fitted with top grade audio-visual systems, holds up to 650 people, and hosts fantastic concert performances throughout the year. There are two well-designed recording studios that offer vocal and instrumental lessons and a rehearsal room, and a three-block walk from the theatre leads you to the Skate Park, replete with several ramps offering challenging biking and skateboarding experiences. Various interesting events are also hosted from time to time.
An old world charm, Lawrenceville Moose is a quaint little place where surprisingly you will find some of the best gigs in town. Highly entertaining and lively, Lawrenceville Moose is for all who like to party wild.