The concert also will feature rising country stars
Information: 800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com.
"The 125th Commemoration of the Johnstown Flood" will be presented by
Information: 269-7200 or www.johnstownsymphony.org.
The comedy "The Silver Whistle" will be performed at
The gentle comedy by
The play is set in a shabby home for the aged and features a group of forgotten senior citizens and a new energetic resident who claims he can enable even the most skeptical residents to enjoy a similar youthful vitality.
The nine graduating seniors who are in the cast are Rachelmae Pulliam,
Other cast members are
Art in the family
"Family Works with the Ed Family" will be on display Saturday through
An opening reception will be held from
The show will feature paintings, photographs, sculpture and other artworks from members of the Ed family.
Information: 536-5399 or www.bottleworks.org.
Saturday night fights
Gladiators of the Cage "The Road to Glory IV" will bring mixed martial arts to the area at
He is a two-time
Featured local fighters are
Haupt is an amateur fighter who will turn professional on Saturday.
Instead of making money from his fight, Haupt has started the "Fight for a Cause," which will support children with cancer through MMA.
Gladiators of the Cage is offering free tickets to any veteran who has served or is currently serving in the armed forces.
Information: 536-5156 or www.warmemorialarena.com.
The annual public photography competition, sponsored by
Entries will be accepted from
A maximum of seven entries per photographer may be submitted to the juried competition and must be the original work of the photographer.
Categories open to amateur photographers are scenic, floral, people, general, digital art and black-and-white photography.
There will be a separate category for professional photographer's entries.
Cash prizes and ribbons will be awarded to the first-, second- and third-place winners in each of the six amateur categories.
Judges will award ribbons only to the top three entries in the professional category.
The entrance fee is
This story, which is written and illustrated by Stockdale, explores how animals around the world benefit from their stripes. Each striped creature is described in action in its natural habitat.
It is this year's book selection for
This event is free and open to the public.
The Grand Old Lady 10K or 5K run and walk, sponsored by
Registration will be held from
The entry free is
Proceeds will benefit the
A book sale to benefit the education program at
A fundraising concert to assist with expenses related to a recent cancer diagnosis of
Featured performers will be
Registration and check-in will begin at
A balloon release in remembrance of Max's second birthday will be held at
Fifteen-month-old Max fell into the family swimming pool
Proceeds will go directly into a fund to provide pediatric-sized medical equipment to aid first responders in a pediatric emergency call.
A kid's dash for children ages 8 and younger is free.
Information: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or srmccall@Hotmail.com.
An end-of-the-year bash to honor local veterans, hosted by
Entertainment will feature the Johnstown Classic Rockers and performers from the college's
Admission to the event is free, but donations will be accepted for local veterans.
Information: 262-6463 or email email@example.com.
A traditional Pysanki class for intermediate students will be held from
The cost is
"Dimensional Designs," a spring series of children's art classes, will be held
Children in pre-K and kindergarten will meet from
Children will make their own African paper masks and learn the basics of two- and three-dimensional design.
They also will design 3-D relief sculptures and explore the element of texture in art.
Tuition covers the cost of supplies and all three classes in a series.
National Free Comic Book Day will be celebrated from
There will be zombie face painting by Gory Canvas and free comic books.
Information: 539-0085 or www.bentwookeecomix.blogspot.com.
Zombies on film
A premiere screening of "Zombie Dream" by local resident
The film features local actors and scenes and stars
Public performances of the children's theater production of Disney's "101 Dalmatians The Musical" will be held at 2 and
Information: 472-4333?? or www.CressonLake.com.
The event is sponsored by Penn State Master Gardeners.
Children will decorate a flowerpot, hear a gardening story and plant a flower gift for
Adults and caregivers are encouraged to attend to assist younger children with their craft project.
Space is limited to 15 children and registration is a must.
There is a
Reservations are required Wednesday for the workshop "Teaching the Arts to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder," which will be held from
The cost is
Highland Hookers, a crochet group, will meet from
Participants are making caps and hats for women experiencing hair loss due to chemo, and easy beginner-level patterns will be available.
The group will meet at noon the first and third Fridays of the month.
All levels of crochet experience are welcome, and registration is not required.
She will speak Monday at
The 89-year-old survivor of Nazi death camps and hate crimes will speak at 6 each night.
"Pleasures and Treasures," paintings by self-taught artist
Keeping the beat
Dancing and drumming for children ages 4 and older will be held from
The cost is
Produce to People, a free feeding program for low-income residents, will be held from
To qualify, a household must earn income within 150 percent of the poverty line, receive
Participants are asked to bring bags or boxes because they will be given 35 to 45 pounds of fresh produce.
It is free to participate.
Information: 659-2109, 412-460-3663, ext. 727, or www.pittsburghfoodbank.org.
Beat goes on
A drum circle will be held at
Those interested in joining the circle do not need experience in music to participate.
The cost is
Music will be on the menu at the Venue of Merging Arts,
DMV will perform from
With a rock sensibility, jazz chops and three-part harmonies, DMV presents original music and covers tunes in the fine tradition of guitar power trios such as Cream,
Doors open at 7:30, with music starting at 8.
Children's books which include board books through young adult will be featured at Inclined to
Local history books, including some on the 1889 Johnstown Flood, and a selection of travel books also will be featured.
The store also will be filled fiction and nonfiction, including art, business, children's, classics, gardening, health and wellness, history, sports and murder mystery.
Hardback books are
Yoga and belly dancing classes will be held at Bottle Works and the Art Works building of Bottle Works in the
Belly dancing classes will be held at
Hip scarves are
Adult yoga classes will be held at 5:45 and
The session is
Yoga classes for children will be held at
Children's yoga is
Stitch in time
Sit and Stitch, a laid-back time of quilting, cross-stitching and knitting, will be held from
All are welcome, and admission is free.
The late spring sky show "Oasis in Space" will be presented at
Admission is free and open to the public.
Because of limited seating, advance reservations are requested.
Information: 724-805-2631 or ww.stvincent.edu/planetarium.
Tickets range in price from
Reservations: 944-9434 or www.mishlertheatre.org.
Since releasing the chart-topping album "Barefoot Blue Jean Night, Owen has emerged as one of country music's leading vocalists.
He will be joined by family band Parmalee and The Cadillac Three.
Information: 800-298-4200 or www.kovalchickcomplex.com.
An art display by two
Her pieces include an oil-on-canvas titled "Post-Flood 1889."
She has had her work displayed in "Beyond the Surface" at the Artworks building.
She has illustrated in magazines, created commissioned pieces and taught students of the
"Maps, Scotch Bonnets & Snallygasters: Current Works by
Allison's exhibition demonstrates his method of using borrowed, computer-generated, layered images and a variety of techniques.
From traditional painting techniques to pin striping and contemporary automobile painting, Allison's current work explores the edge between image, meaning and identity.
"The Art of Healing Exhibition: Reflections 2014" will be on display through
The museum collaborated with
Information: 472-3920 or visit www.sama-art.org.
"Scrap Redefined: Works by
The exhibition celebrates two artists who explore non-traditional subject matter to create evocative, visually interesting works.
Greer has worked in the metal recycling industry for more than 12 years, which has proven to be the perfect backdrop for her artistic endeavors.
Her photography combines colorful, glistening metal and manufactured parts with repeating patterns, resulting in two-dimensional images having a texture of their own.
Nigro's sculptural assemblage works are created from a vast assortment of unrelated found objects that involve moving parts.
Through the repurposing of these discarded, disassembled materials, Nigro creates mysterious, futuristic subjects that often take on anthropomorphic characteristics.
Nigro is a retired art educator and adjunct instructor at
He is a member of Associated Artists of
Museum hours are
Information: 724-238-6015or www.sama-art.org.
The exhibition will feature 40 pet portraits in pastel, graphite and watercolor.
She has won awards at the prestigious
Her first book, "The Art of Being a Pet," is a gallery collection of fine art illustrations and describes pets in a rhyming, whimsical style.
Museum hours are
Information: 946-4464 or www.sama-art.org.
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