Down in Front!

Two kids dressed up as witches for halloween parade.Editors’ Pick: Pumpkin Patch Parade

Saturday, October 28

Put on your Halloween costume and march in Lebo’s Pumpkin Patch Parade! 11 a.m., Washington Road, between Shady Drive and Lebanon Avenue. Group registration required here.

Reminder: Trick or Treat is October 31, 6 to 8 p.m.


a ghost walking through a hallway

An Evening of Western PA Ghost Stories and Legends

Monday, October 23

Very scary! Local author and professor Thomas White shares goosebump-inducing tales, 7 p.m., Mt. Lebanon Public Library. This is a program for adults.
Register here.

Using DNA in Genealogy Research

Monday, October 16
The Mt. Lebanon Genealogy Society presents Helen Shimek, leader of the DNA Special Interest Group of the Erie Society for Genealogical Research. Hear her update on using DNA to trace your roots. 1 p.m., Mt. Lebanon Public Library.


Autumn Food Fair

Wednesday, October 4 and Thursday, October 5

Hungry for Greek food? Enjoy traditional Greek favorites like moussaka, pastitsio, spanakopita and gyros, as well as delicious Greek pastries. 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church.


Sensory-friendly Concert

Sunday, October 29

Musician and inclusion advocate Joanie Calem is the featured performer at this sensory-friendly event, 4 p.m., Temple Emanuel of South Hills. While the program is geared toward children, all ages are welcome!


Oasis Intergenerational Tutor Training

Wednesday, October 18
Interested in helping kids learn to read? Volunteers, age 50 or older, are needed to help children in grades K-4 improve their reading skills and self-confidence. 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Mt. Lebanon Public Library. Register to become an Oasis tutor online or call 412-393-7629.

Harvest Fest

Sunday, October 29
Lots of fun fall activities! 4 p.m., Southminster Presbyterian Church. Enjoy music, pumpkin painting for kids, face painting and food. Everyone is welcome! More information is available online or call 412-343-8900.


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Fall Flower Show: Hometown Harvest

Opens Saturday, October 7

Don’t miss this celebration of the season! The Fall Flower Show at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens lasts only three weeks. Slots fill up fast! Information and tickets


Recipe for Hope

Friday, November 3
Get your tickets for the 18th Annual Recipe For Hope. Local TV and radio celebrities and Mt. Lebanon Magazine’s Doug Oster serve their favorite dishes to support Hair Peace Charities. 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Mayernik Center.

Voices from the Attic

Thursday, November 9

Author Carleton Young discusses his book Voices From the Attic: The Williamstown Boys in the Civil War, 7 p.m., Mt. Lebanon Public Library, in conjunction with The Historical Society of Mount Lebanon. Tickets here.