Celebrate Spring at ARP

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Aspinwall, PA Aspinwall Riverfront Park is hosting “Spring in the Park” a free event for families on Saturday, April 13th from 1-3 PM. The highlight of the event will be the Egg Hunt, which will begin promptly at 1 PM, and is hosted by the Rygelski family of Aspinwall. Lucy and Grace Rygelski, ages 12 […]

PA.GOV: Wolf Administration Tours Potential Trail Site in Pittsburgh

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Wolf Administration Tours Potential Trail Site in Pittsburgh; Discusses How Restore Pennsylvania Could Address Infrastructure Needs ​Pittsburgh, PA — Today, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn and other officials toured a potential trail site along the Allegheny River and discussed how the Restore Pennsylvania proposal could aid in the closure of major […]

TribLive: DCNR officials to tour ARP to discuss regional trail needs

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TAWNYA PANIZZI   | Tuesday, March 12, 2019 12:35 p.m  FILE Department of Conservation and Natural Resources officials will tour Aspinwall Riverfront Park on March 13 to discuss infrastructure needs and trail connections. Aspinwall Riverfront Park will be the backdrop Wednesday for a meeting of Department of Conservation and Natural Resources officials. Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn and others will tour […]

TribLive: One less hat for Stage Right’s go-to guy Bill Ivins

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TRIBUNE-REVIEW | Wednesday, February 21, 2018 12:21 p.m  Director Bill Ivins of Indiana Township, shown here in 2012 asking for more articulation and volume from his actors during rehearsal of the Stage Right show ‘Absurd Person Singular.’ EMAIL NEWSLETTERS  TribLIVE’s Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. Bill […]

Kidsburgh: 11 Pittsburgh playgrounds that kids – and parents – love

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11 Pittsburgh playgrounds that kids—and parents—love Emily Stimmel July20/ 2017 Play is serious business for kids. As Fred Rogers once famously remarked, “Play is really the work of childhood.” And there’s no better place for kids to carry out this important work than in spaces where they can run, climb, explore and imagine. These 11 Pittsburgh […]

PG: It’s time to play outside

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It’s time to play outside with activities offered throughout Pittsburgh CATHERINE CRAY Pittsburgh Post-Gazette   JUL 8, 2017   Summer weather leaves no excuse to shirk on your workout. Tired of the daily treadmill-weights rotation in the stuffy gym?More and more Pittsburgh organizations have scheduled dances, Spinning classes, yoga, unusual bike events and more in […]