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September 10, 2010

To Do This Weekend

Category: Events || By Staff Report

All-Day Gospel Sing Saturday: City-based Well Ministries will hold its 10th All-Day Gospel Sing in Renziehausen Park on Saturday.

Activities begin at noon at the Lions Bandshell at the corner of Eden Park Boulevard and Tulip Drive and continue until 8 p.m. In case of rain, events will move to the First Church of the Open Bible, 719 Union Ave.

"Puppets for the King" --- a project of the Well, based on Versailles Avenue --- will entertain kids and parents at 12 noon, followed by "Gospel Illusions."

The lineup of musicians includes the group Chalice --- another project of Well Ministries --- at 1 p.m.; Daughters of His Grace at 2; North Huntingdon-based Voice of the Bride at 2:30; Ed Lutheran at 3:15; Pastor Bob Fagin and "God's Grace" of First Church of the Open Bible at 3:45; Abraham's Promise at 4:30; "Thy Will Be Done," McKeesport Presbyterian Church's Praise Team, at 5:15; a reprise of Chalice at 6; HeartBeat at 6:45; and a rousing close at 7:30.

Admission is free. The "Frownie" mascot of King's Family Restaurants also will make an appearance.

Door prizes will be given away throughout the day and refreshments will be available. Attendees may also pack picnic baskets and bring lawn chairs or blankets.

The entertainment also will be streamed live online at The Well's website. For information, call (412) 206-9335.

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'Honk!' at MLT: McKeesport Little Theater kicks off its 50th season with "Honk!" a musical by Anthony Drewe and George Stiles and based on the Hans Christian Andersen story "The Ugly Duckling."

Showtimes are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $18 for adults or $7 for students. McKeesport Little Theater is located at 1614 Coursin St., off Versailles Avenue. Call (412) 673-1100 or visit the MLT's website.

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Dancing at Palisades: The Pittsburgh chapter of USA Dance will hold a "more formal than normal" dance at The Palisades Ballroom, Fifth Avenue at Water Street, Downtown, on Saturday night.

Instructor Jim Paige will give foxtrot lessons at 7 p.m., and D.J. "Jivin' Johnny" will play music from 8 to 10:30. Visit the group's website for details.

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Looks like a good lineup – Chalice is a good band. Thanks!
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