down in front!

more handbell!

Three Rivers Ringers, Pittsburgh’s premiere handbell ensemble, presents Bells of Broadway on Friday, May 13, at 8 p.m. in the sanctuary of the Mt. Lebanon United Methodist Church and at 5 p.m., Sunday, May 22, at Beverly Heights Presbyterian Church. The free concerts will feature music from Broadway, movies, opera and more. Donations will be accepted. More information at

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Food trucks! Yaaaa!!!!

fine food, four wheels

Don’t miss Steel City Media’s Food Truck-a-Palooza Party@the Pump House at the Waterfront, Saturday, May 21 at 3 p.m. Vote for your favorite from among 20 food trucks such as Bacon on the Fly, Grumbling Gypsy, Sugar & Spice, Franktuary and lots more.  Music by We The Kings, Matt Scannel, lead singer of Horizon, and other bands. $10 ticket includes one free beer or beverage, and a portion of the proceeds benefit Animal Friends. Tickets:


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Artist Linda Read Arnold

Visions of the Natural World is the title of a solo show by Mt. Lebanon native and well- known landscape painter Linda Read Arnold at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (SAMA)in Westmoreland County through August 29.  An oil painter who has a studio in New York City and exhibits in galleries around the country, Arnold often works en plein air.  She painted all the works  for the exhibition on site in the green, woodsy Ligonier Valley, where SAMA is located. While best-known for her impressionistic, often abstract seascapes, Arnold, who grew up on Osage Road, welcomed a chance to experiment with a different color palate. See her work at  or  To meet her at the free opening reception May 6 from 6 to 8 p.m., call 724-238-6015.



celebrate percussion

Memorial Day weekend marks the Mt. Lebanon Percussion Ensemble’s year-end concert. A remarkable array of ensembles–Brazilian and African, Concert, Drum Set, Drum Line and Front—take the high school auditorium stage.   Thursday and Friday concerts are at 7:30 p.m., May 26 and 27. Saturday, May 28, offers a matinee at 1 p.m., and evening concert/ senior recognition night at 7 p.m. Evening tickets are $12 for adults and $9 for students. Matinee tickets are $9 for all ages. Gold cards are accepted. Visit their ticketline at


South Hills Interfaith Movement’s fundraiser, Celebrate the South Hills, is 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.,  Thursday, May 19, at South Hills Country Club. Guest of honor is Matt Smith, former state senator and current president of the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce. To discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact Ilene Cohen, Director of Philanthropic Engagement, at 412-854-9120 ext. 112 or

Women’s Golf Association of Mt. Lebanon invites you to join them every Tuesday from April through September. Membership is open to all women, all skill levels, residents and non-residents. For more info call Sharon Ackerman at 412-480-3319.

Pars for PAAR, a women-only golf event benefitting Pittsburgh Action Against Rape, is Monday, June 6, at Quicksilver Golf Club. Tickets are $135 and include continental breakfast, silent auction and lunch. Get tickets online at

Boy Scout Troop 65  will hold a spaghetti dinner fundraiser from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, May 7, at Sunset Hills United Presbyterian Church. Dine in or carryout. Adults are $8, children $5 and under 3 are free.

Mt. Lebanon Police Department presents a senior safety talk, noon, Tuesday, May 17, at Chabad of the South Hills. $5 suggested donation. Wheelchair accessible. Pre-register by calling 412-278-2658 or emailing

St. Clair Hospital has volunteer opportunities for juniors and adults. Training, free parking and discounted meals are provided. Call: 412-942-2085 for more information and to schedule interviews.

Baptist Homes is looking for volunteers to escort residents and assist staff. Volunteers receive a free lunch and have access to Baptist Homes’ wellness center. For more information, call, 412-572-8254, or email

On Saturday, May 14, the Mt. Lebanon Partnership’s Uptown Farmers Market will present its first Second Saturday of the season, from 9 a.m. to noon. The Mackin Family, a local bluegrass band, will take the stage, and other activities will take place up and down the street.

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