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Dec
13
Wed
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront
Dec 13 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront | Homestead | Pennsylvania | United States

One of the only places in Pittsburgh to get Santa photos for free!

Bring the kids for a visit with Santa and take home a photo for free. You’ll find him in Santa’s Workshop located next to The Children’s Place.

Saturdays, December 2, 9, 16 ……….. 12 – 5pm

Sundays, December 3, 10, 17 ……….. 12 – 5pm

Mondays, December 4, 11, 18 ………… 5 – 8pm

Wednesdays, December 6, 13, 20 ….. 5 – 8pm

Santa Photo donations will be accepted on behalf of Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia .

 

Dec
15
Fri
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 15 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!

Amahl and the Night Visitors @ Charity Randall Theater
Dec 15 @ 7:30 pm – Dec 17 @ 5:00 pm
Amahl and the Night Visitors @ Charity Randall Theater | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States

Our holiday tradition of Amahl returns December 15 & 17 with a new production at the Charity Randall Theatre at the University of Pittsburgh starring Aspinwall native Liam McCarthy! Alongside this family favorite, we are thrilled to feature regular Resonance Works artists Marissa Knaub Avon and Andrew Genemans as soloists in lush contrasting works of Debussy and Vivaldi.

Amahl and the Night Visitors presented by Resonance Works @ Charity Randall Theatre
Dec 15 @ 7:30 pm

RESONANCE WORKS announces the return of its beloved holiday tradition, Menotti’sAmahl and the Night Visitors , reimagined in a brand new production at a new venue: the Charity RandallTheatre in Oakland. Paired with beautiful contrasting works by Handel, Debussy, and Vivaldi , this uniqueprogram will delight and inspire the entire family. This year’s production continues Resonance Works’ partnership withthe University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Theatre Arts, and launches new partnerships with the voice department ofSlippery Rock University, as well as the W omen’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh and the GreaterPittsburgh Community Food Bank . Performances are Friday, December 15 at 7:30 pm and Sunday,December 17 at 3:00 pm .

Amahl and the Night Visitors tells the story of an imaginative, disabled young boy and his hardworking singlemother struggling to get by. When Amahl opens the door to three mysterious strangers on their way to Bethlehem, all oftheir lives are changed forever! Filled with humor, generosity, and hope, this timeless story reminds us all of theprecious, unshakeable optimism of a child. Resonance Works is the only professional performing arts organization inPittsburgh to produce Menotti’s heartwarming holiday classic, which was the first opera written for television(premiering on NBC on Christmas Eve in 1951.)

Starring in the title role of Amahl is Liam McCarthy , Aspinwall native and 8th grader at Sacred Heart ElementarySchool. Most recently seen as Miles in Opera Columbus’s production of Turn of the Screw (2017), McCarthy, a 7-yearmember of the Pittsburgh Youth Chorus, has also appeared with the Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra,and Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra. Mezzo-soprano Ivy Walz (Cincinnati Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera)makes her Resonance Works debut in the role of Amahl’s Mother. Playing the Three Kings are tenor AndrewMaughan (Santa Fe Opera, Opéra National de Bordeaux), bass-baritone Andrew Adelsberger (Ash Lawn Opera, Annapolis Opera), and bass Jonathan Stuckey (Cleveland Opera Theatre, Opera Western Reserve). Resonance Works’Artistic & General Director Maria Sensi Sellner will conduct.

Stage director Craig Joseph , who most recently directed Resonance Works’ production of Side by Side by Sondheim ,returns to spearhead this new production. “I remember going to see a local production of Amahl and the Night Visitorsseveral times when I was a child,” Joseph recalls. “Now, as an adult, it strikes me that, in addition to the miracle of theChrist child’s birth, the story is also about the miracle

of a child’s imagination: how Amahl begins to dream about and actualize a better world in which he and his mother canlive. Over the course of the story, what he believes becomes reality –a second miraculous incarnation. It’s thistransformation I hope to capture in our upcoming production.”

The first half of this year’s program features instrumental soloists from the company’s flagship ensemble, theResonance Chamber Orchestra . Harpist Marissa Knaub Avon is featured in Debussy’s Dances Sacrée etProfane for harp and strings. Bassoonist Andrew Genemans , who just won a position with the Grand RapidsSymphony, will perform Vivaldi’s Bassoon Concerto in E minor. The performance will open with Handel’s exuberantArrival of the Queen of Sheba from Samson.

Resonance Works is also proud to connect this production to important causes in the Pittsburgh region. This holidayseason, the company will partner with both the W omen’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh and theGreater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank . Volunteers will be on hand before and after each performance tocollect both non-perishable food items and other essential needs for these organizations. “We hope that when peoplecome to our Amahl this year, they will also take the opportunity to help our neighbors in need this holiday season,” saysArtistic and General Director Maria Sensi Sellner.

This production also launches a new collaboration with the voice department at Slippery Rock University and Dr.Christopher Scott. Students in SRU’s voice department will understudy the roles in Amahl , gaining invaluableprofessional experience, and will have the opportunity to star in their own performance with the Resonance ChamberOrchestra on December 16th at 7:30 pm at Slippery Rock United Methodist Church. The Slippery Rock ChamberSingers will serve as the chorus for all of the performances.

For the first time, Resonance Works is offering reserved seating for performances at the Charity Randall Theatre.Tickets are available online at resonanceworks.org or at (412) 501-3330 and start at just $9 . Group rates are available;contact sales@resworks.org for more information.

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About Resonance Works | Pittsburgh
Resonance Works is a multi-modal, artist-led performing arts company that showcases an orchestra, chorus, vocalsoloists, chamber musicians, staged opera, and musical theater – often on the same program. Featuring repertoire thatis championed by its artists and themes that resonate with the current climate, Resonance Works connects the arts totoday’s audience. Founded in 2013, the company has quickly become an important part of the professional artsecosystem in Pittsburgh, and is committed to maintaining a rich and vibrant community of professional musicians inthe region. Dedicated to meaningful collaborations with other local organizations and artists, the company regularlyfeatures dance, visual media, and spoken word in unique venues that heighten the performance experience for bothartist and audience.
Read more at www.resonanceworks.org

Ticketing & general questions: sales@resworks.org
(412) 501-3330

Dec
16
Sat
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront
Dec 16 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront | Homestead | Pennsylvania | United States

One of the only places in Pittsburgh to get Santa photos for free!

You’ll find him in Santa’s Workshop located next to The Children’s Place.
Saturdays, December 2, 9, 16…………12 – 5pm
Sundays, December 3, 10, 17…………12 – 5pm
Mondays, December 4, 11, 18………….5 – 8pm
Wednesdays, December 6, 13, 20……5 – 8pm
waterfrontpgh.com
#WaterfrontPGH

Donations will be accepted on behalf of Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 16 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!

Dec
17
Sun
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront
Dec 17 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront | Homestead | Pennsylvania | United States

One of the only places in Pittsburgh to get Santa photos for free!

You’ll find him in Santa’s Workshop located next to The Children’s Place.
Saturdays, December 2, 9, 16…………12 – 5pm
Sundays, December 3, 10, 17…………12 – 5pm
Mondays, December 4, 11, 18………….5 – 8pm
Wednesdays, December 6, 13, 20……5 – 8pm
waterfrontpgh.com
#WaterfrontPGH

Donations will be accepted on behalf of Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Latshaw Pops Christmas Variety Show @ The Lamp Theatre
Dec 17 @ 2:00 pm

Annual Latshaw Pops Christmas Tour Bringing the Magic of Christmas to The Lamp Theatre in Irwin!

  

     Latshaw Pops Orchestra has planned another spectacular Christmas tour, and this year’s Christmas tour is more magical than ever, with the Latshaw Pops Orchestra and singers in a holiday variety show- the “Latshaw Pops Christmas Variety Show” which includes a special appearance by the Chelsea Davis Dancers.

     This unforgettable 2-hour Christmas show will be held Sun. Dec. 17th, 2017 at 2pm at the Lamp Theatre-222 Main St.-Irwin, PA 15642.   Tickets are just $30. Each and can be purchased by calling the theatre at 724-367-4000 or online at http://www.lamptheatre.org

    This popular Latshaw Pops Christmas Variety Show will set the mood for the holiday season.   Some of the songs included in this year’s tour are:  “Jingle Bells,” “Mary Did You Know?” “Polar Express”, “Christmas Baby Please Come Home, “Run, Run Rudolph,” “Blue Christmas,” “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear” and more!

     The Latshaw Pop Orchestra, singers, and dancers have performed in the U.S. and Canada, even headlining at the Tropicana in Atlantic City.  The Orchestra features 22 professional musicians, singers and dancers in a two hour show.  Since 2004 Latshaw Productions is known for their national productions of some of the best shows produced in our country, from musicals to gospel shows, even theatrical shows and holiday shows and some of the best tours in our country, including the Latshaw Pops Orchestra shows.

     The Latshaw Pops Orchestra, founded by Producer Gary Latshaw, invites you to this special yuletide performance that you won’t want to miss!

Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 17 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!

Amahl and the Night Visitors presented by Resonance Works @ Charity Randall Theatre
Dec 17 @ 7:30 pm

RESONANCE WORKS announces the return of its beloved holiday tradition, Menotti’sAmahl and the Night Visitors , reimagined in a brand new production at a new venue: the Charity RandallTheatre in Oakland. Paired with beautiful contrasting works by Handel, Debussy, and Vivaldi , this uniqueprogram will delight and inspire the entire family. This year’s production continues Resonance Works’ partnership withthe University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Theatre Arts, and launches new partnerships with the voice department ofSlippery Rock University, as well as the W omen’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh and the GreaterPittsburgh Community Food Bank . Performances are Friday, December 15 at 7:30 pm and Sunday,December 17 at 3:00 pm .

Amahl and the Night Visitors tells the story of an imaginative, disabled young boy and his hardworking singlemother struggling to get by. When Amahl opens the door to three mysterious strangers on their way to Bethlehem, all oftheir lives are changed forever! Filled with humor, generosity, and hope, this timeless story reminds us all of theprecious, unshakeable optimism of a child. Resonance Works is the only professional performing arts organization inPittsburgh to produce Menotti’s heartwarming holiday classic, which was the first opera written for television(premiering on NBC on Christmas Eve in 1951.)

Starring in the title role of Amahl is Liam McCarthy , Aspinwall native and 8th grader at Sacred Heart ElementarySchool. Most recently seen as Miles in Opera Columbus’s production of Turn of the Screw (2017), McCarthy, a 7-yearmember of the Pittsburgh Youth Chorus, has also appeared with the Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra,and Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra. Mezzo-soprano Ivy Walz (Cincinnati Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera)makes her Resonance Works debut in the role of Amahl’s Mother. Playing the Three Kings are tenor AndrewMaughan (Santa Fe Opera, Opéra National de Bordeaux), bass-baritone Andrew Adelsberger (Ash Lawn Opera, Annapolis Opera), and bass Jonathan Stuckey (Cleveland Opera Theatre, Opera Western Reserve). Resonance Works’Artistic & General Director Maria Sensi Sellner will conduct.

Stage director Craig Joseph , who most recently directed Resonance Works’ production of Side by Side by Sondheim ,returns to spearhead this new production. “I remember going to see a local production of Amahl and the Night Visitorsseveral times when I was a child,” Joseph recalls. “Now, as an adult, it strikes me that, in addition to the miracle of theChrist child’s birth, the story is also about the miracle

of a child’s imagination: how Amahl begins to dream about and actualize a better world in which he and his mother canlive. Over the course of the story, what he believes becomes reality –a second miraculous incarnation. It’s thistransformation I hope to capture in our upcoming production.”

The first half of this year’s program features instrumental soloists from the company’s flagship ensemble, theResonance Chamber Orchestra . Harpist Marissa Knaub Avon is featured in Debussy’s Dances Sacrée etProfane for harp and strings. Bassoonist Andrew Genemans , who just won a position with the Grand RapidsSymphony, will perform Vivaldi’s Bassoon Concerto in E minor. The performance will open with Handel’s exuberantArrival of the Queen of Sheba from Samson.

Resonance Works is also proud to connect this production to important causes in the Pittsburgh region. This holidayseason, the company will partner with both the W omen’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh and theGreater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank . Volunteers will be on hand before and after each performance tocollect both non-perishable food items and other essential needs for these organizations. “We hope that when peoplecome to our Amahl this year, they will also take the opportunity to help our neighbors in need this holiday season,” saysArtistic and General Director Maria Sensi Sellner.

This production also launches a new collaboration with the voice department at Slippery Rock University and Dr.Christopher Scott. Students in SRU’s voice department will understudy the roles in Amahl , gaining invaluableprofessional experience, and will have the opportunity to star in their own performance with the Resonance ChamberOrchestra on December 16th at 7:30 pm at Slippery Rock United Methodist Church. The Slippery Rock ChamberSingers will serve as the chorus for all of the performances.

For the first time, Resonance Works is offering reserved seating for performances at the Charity Randall Theatre.Tickets are available online at resonanceworks.org or at (412) 501-3330 and start at just $9 . Group rates are available;contact sales@resworks.org for more information.

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About Resonance Works | Pittsburgh
Resonance Works is a multi-modal, artist-led performing arts company that showcases an orchestra, chorus, vocalsoloists, chamber musicians, staged opera, and musical theater – often on the same program. Featuring repertoire thatis championed by its artists and themes that resonate with the current climate, Resonance Works connects the arts totoday’s audience. Founded in 2013, the company has quickly become an important part of the professional artsecosystem in Pittsburgh, and is committed to maintaining a rich and vibrant community of professional musicians inthe region. Dedicated to meaningful collaborations with other local organizations and artists, the company regularlyfeatures dance, visual media, and spoken word in unique venues that heighten the performance experience for bothartist and audience.
Read more at www.resonanceworks.org

Ticketing & general questions: sales@resworks.org
(412) 501-3330

Dec
18
Mon
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront
Dec 18 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront | Homestead | Pennsylvania | United States

One of the only places in Pittsburgh to get Santa photos for free!

Bring the kids for a visit with Santa and take home a photo for free. You’ll find him in Santa’s Workshop located next to The Children’s Place.

Saturdays, December 2, 9, 16 ……….. 12 – 5pm

Sundays, December 3, 10, 17 ……….. 12 – 5pm

Mondays, December 4, 11, 18 ………… 5 – 8pm

Wednesdays, December 6, 13, 20 ….. 5 – 8pm

Santa Photo donations will be accepted on behalf of Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia .

 

Dec
20
Wed
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront
Dec 20 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
12 Days of Free Photos with Santa @ The Waterfront | Homestead | Pennsylvania | United States

One of the only places in Pittsburgh to get Santa photos for free!

Bring the kids for a visit with Santa and take home a photo for free. You’ll find him in Santa’s Workshop located next to The Children’s Place.

Saturdays, December 2, 9, 16 ……….. 12 – 5pm

Sundays, December 3, 10, 17 ……….. 12 – 5pm

Mondays, December 4, 11, 18 ………… 5 – 8pm

Wednesdays, December 6, 13, 20 ….. 5 – 8pm

Santa Photo donations will be accepted on behalf of Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia .

 

Dec
22
Fri
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 22 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!

Dec
23
Sat
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 23 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!

Dec
26
Tue
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 26 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!

Dec
27
Wed
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 27 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!

Dec
28
Thu
History at Play: Toy and Workshop Design Workshop @ Heinz History Center
Dec 28 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Kids ages 8 – 11 are invited to join us for a fun exploration of historic toys and games in the History Center’s new A Very Merry Pittsburgh exhibition. After experiencing the steps of innovation in the new Discovery Place exhibition, be inspired to design your own game!

Photo Courtesy of Heinz History Center

REGISTRATION

Advance registration is required for all History at Play workshops.

Please register online and include the name and ages of the participants. History Center members, please contact Nate Rodda at nrrodda@heinzhistorycenter.org for the member discount code.

Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 28 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!

Dec
29
Fri
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 29 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!

Dec
30
Sat
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park
Dec 30 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kennywood Holiday Lights @ Kennywood Park | West Mifflin | Pennsylvania | United States

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kennywood!

America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with nearly 2 million twinkling lights, the tallest Christmas tree in Pennsylvania, and a selection of fun family rides rethemed for the holiday season. Holiday Lights at Kennywood is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from November 24 – December 23, plus December 26 – 30, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Along with viewing the dazzling displays of lights and choreographed shows, you can ride traditional favorites like the Kangaroo, Merry Go Round, Auto Race, and take a train ride through a life-size gingerbread village on the Gingerbread Express. Plus, take pictures with Santa and Kenny Kangaroo on the platform of the historic Racer roller coaster, visit our petting zoo and model train displays, and grab some great seasonal snacks, from cookie decorating to peppermint funnel cakes. And, don’t forget those world-famous Potato Patch fries! The traditional Kennywood snack tastes just as good during the holidays. Visit on Opening Night for a magnificent fireworks display from Zambelli Fireworks!

Whether you go just for the lights or try to ride every ride, Holiday Lights is Pittsburgh’s premier Christmastime tradition!