Holiday Happenings in December!

decmber2December 1-4, 7-11, 15-18 – “A Christmas Carol” by Little Lake Theatre – Little Lake Theatre – Canonsburg, PA

724-746-6300

littlelake.org

December 2 – Christmas Parade – Downtown Washington, PA – 7 p.m.

724-229-7207

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December 2-4 and 9-11 – “A Gift to Remember” by the Old Schoolhouse Players – Mt. Pleasant Twp. Community Center – Hickory, PA

724-344-4767

osptheater.com

December 3 – Santa Luncheon – Canonsburg Senior Citizen’s Center – Canonsburg, PA – First Seating 10:30 a.m., Second Seating 12 p.m.

724-745-1812

canonchamber.com

December 3 – 4, 10-11 and 17-18 – Santa Trolley – Pennsylvania Trolley Museum – Washington, PA

pa-trolley.org

December 3-4 – Ho, Ho, Ho with the WSO – Trinity High School – Washington, PA – Saturday 8 p.m. – Sunday 3 p.m.

724-223-9796

washsym.org

December 6, 10, 13, 17, 20 and 31 – Victorian Christmas Tours – Montgomery Mansion – Claysville, PA – 2 p.m. – 8 p.m

724-663-7767

montgomerymansion.net

December 8-11 – The Happy Elf – California University – Steele Hall Mainstage Theater – 7 p.m. Dec. 8-10 – Matinees at 2 p.m. Dec. 10 and 11

Box Office: 724-938-5943

December 9-11 and 17-18 – Highmark Holiday Pops – Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts – Admission Info: $24-$99

December 10 – Bright Bulbs at Fifth Avenue Place – Free Event – Design personalized paper light bulb wreaths and create your very own ornament. Don’t miss the balloon art and capture the seasonal spirit with a keepsake caricature.

December 13 – Mannheim Steamroller Christmas – Benedum Center – 8 p.m.

December 16-17 – Polar Express Sleepover – Carnegie Science Center/Highmark SportsWorks – Admission Info: $39 per person – 6 p.m.-9:30 a.m. – All aboard! Your ticket to getting into the holiday spirit is just a train ride away with our Polar Express Sleepover! It’s the perfect way to warm your heart and add sparkle to the season.

December 31, 2016 – Highmark First Night Pittsburgh 2017 – A production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh’s arts-focused New Year’s Eve celebration. Culminating with the city’s Countdown to Midnight and raising of the Future of Pittsburgh Ball, the six-hour celebration sprawls Downtown’s renowned 14-block Cultural District-inside theaters, galleries, and unique spaces and along city streets on outdoor performance stages.

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