St. Anthony's Chapel, located on Troy Hill overlooking the Allegheny River on Pittsburgh's North Side, is a shrine dedicated to "The Wonder Worker," St. Anthony of Padua. It houses the largest public collection of relics in the world and has been designated a Historical Landmark by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation. Cost of transportation is $8. We will stop on our way home for a bite to eat. Lunch and shopping are on your own. Please sign up at the Information Center by May 21. For more information, contact Cathy Reid at X3431.
This is the first of a few golf outings the Fitness Center has planned in preparation for Passavant Retirement Community's annual golf outing in August. Please contact the Fitness Center if you plan to attend at X3456. Golfers are responsible for their own admission fee.
Join Pr. Bob Keplinger as he hosts this delightful video and discussion which will follow. The video was put together by a National Geographic photographer who decided to celebrate what is RIGHT with the world. Call Pr. Goetze at X3594 for more information.
This is the first of six outdoor worship services to be held throughout the summer. Our worship leaders for the evening will be the Covenant Players, who will present a few short plays about the Christian life for our edification.
This is our annual event recognizing the many talents and interests of our community. We invite you to share this special event with the rest of us: paintings, drawings, sculpture, quilting, woodworking, card making, flower arranging or other unique talents. Participants should bring your items for display to Mary Ann Frederick's office by May 30. Call Mary Ann at X4136 for more information.
Sign up at the Information Center by May 27 if you would like to join us for a trip to Moraine State Park to enjoy the beautiful scenery as we walk along the paved trails. Please bring along your own bagged lunch to enjoy. Cost if the trip is $8 for the bus. Contact the Fitness Center at X3456 for more information.
Join author and historian Thomas White as he explores some of the forgotten tales of Pittsburgh's past. From the evil clown panic to the first armored car robbery, hear the stories that have slipped through the historical cracks. Learn about Hogg's Pond, the Pittsburgh Poisoner, Trotters Curse, a lion attack in Oakland, Pittsburgh's Chinatown, the Jack the Ripper suspect who lived on Liberty Avenue and many more. Mr. White is a University Archivist and Adjunct Professor of History at Duquesne University and Adjunct Professor of History at LaRoche College. For more information call X3431.
A bridge duplicate game is held the second Saturday of each month in the In-Service Room. This is a game for students, beginners and anyone who wishes to play using the American Standard System. Participants are permitted to ask for help on bidding, leads, play or any other problems encountered. The game is not sanctioned by the American Contract Bridge League. Interested players should contact June Morrison at (724) 452-3686 by the Friday before each game to make a reservation. There is a charge for non-Passavant residents. Dates for the games are as follows:
June 8, July 13, August 10, September 14, October 12, November 9 and December 14.
Other bridge classes are offerd by request from 4, 8, 12 players on an as needed occasion. Available times for a 2 1/2 hour class are Wednesday and Friday at 10:00 a.m. Typical topics for inclusion would be Negative Doubles, Blackwood and Gerber, Staymen, Jacoby Transfers, Weak Two's, Strong 2 Club Opening, Forcing and Non-Forcing Bids, End Plays, Rule of Eleven, or other possible requests. Call June Morrison at (724) 452-3686 if you are interested.
Stramba Farm Alpacas & More is family owned and operated. They have been raising alpacas since 2006 on their 16-acre farm. Come and explore the many benefits of raising alpacas or simply enjoy what their fabulous fleece has to offer. Cost of transportation is $8. Please sign up at the Information Center or call X3431 for more information.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival is packed with a mix of free art exhibits, live music, fine food and festival fun. Come and enjoy an afternoon in Pittsburgh. Browse the vibrant artist market where artists from all over the country display and sell their wares. Please sign up at the Information Center. Cost of transportation is $8. Any shopping or eating is on your own. Contact Cathy Reid at X3431 for more information.
Come surprise yourself with a refreshingly new idea. Shari Mastalski and Carolyn Johnston will perform some story dances for you and you will get in on the act. Get your creative energy flowing and start bringing your dreams to life. Dreams in Motion is a facilitative process using movement, song and storytelling for living a more fruitful and joyful life by activating creative, artistic, playful skills to set Dreams in Motion. Mark your calendars for this enlightening performance that you don't want to miss! For more information, call X3431.
Join us for the Screaming Legs Trail Challenge to raise money for and awareness of LIFE Beaver County's services. A 10-mile trail race, 4-mile trail race/hike, and a one-mile walk will be available. Click here for detailed race information.
Interested race participants should visit https://runsignup.com/Register/?raceId=3445 to complete a registration form.
Additional questions should be directed to Brian Damaska at (724) 452-3456 or email@example.com.