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Event Listings For the latest listings, see VisitButlerCounty.com EVENTS – MAY 2018

May 3: Harmony Drum and Dance Circle. Come dance, drum and join the fun with this supportive and collaborative group. Bring your own drum or use our equipment. All ages welcome. Suggested donation $10. 7-9 PM. The Center of Harmony Opera House. 253 Mercer St., Harmony. www.thecenterofharmony.com.

May 3: India Film Series: “Dangal.” India Film 2018 Spring Series second of three films, "Dangal" (2016, Nitesh Tiwari) will be shown at The Maridon Museum and presented by Dr. Sunita Peacock from Slippery Rock University. Reservations required. Free. 6-9 PM. 322 N. McKean St., Butler. 724-282-0123. www.maridon.org.

*May 4-6, 8-12: Butler Little Theatre presents “Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike.” Vanya and Sonia share a home where they bicker and complain about their lives. After spending adulthood looking after their now-dead parents, neither has a job, and money is provided by their movie star sister Masha, who owns the house and pays the bills. $13. Curtain Times: Tues.-Thurs. 7:30 PM. Fri.-Sat. 8 PM. Sun. 2:30 PM. One Howard St., Butler. 724-287-6781. www.bltgroup.org.

May 5: The Greater Cranberry Men's Chorus presents “Harmony Revival.” Join us for good songs, good friends and good news. The show features our chorus, quartets, a brass quartet, special guests and the award winning Reen Family Singers. $12/adult, $5/student, $15 at door. 7-9 PM. Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School. 1617 PA-228, Cranberry Twp. 724-591-1849. www.bogmeisters.com.

*May 5-6: Pennsylvania Gun Collectors Show. The Pennsylvania Gun Collectors Gun Show will have several vendors with firearms for sale. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed. Admission: $8/adult, $4/12 and under (covers both days). Sat. 9 AM-5 PM. Sun. 9 AM-4 PM. 100 Pullman Sq., Butler. 412- 486-1129. www.paguncollectors.org.

May 6: Succop Theater presents “Well Strung Bluegrass Band.” Join us for an afternoon of great bluegrass music with “Well Strung.” This local group performs throughout the area and now they are here on the Succop Theater stage. “Well Strung” brings musicians from different backgrounds together to create a unique and creative selection of songs, performed in the best bluegrass style. $10. 2 PM. Succop Theater. 107 College Dr., Butler. 724-287-8711. www.bc3.edu. *May 11-12: Spring Fest. Enjoy a huge Spring Plant Sale, free kids activities, Goat Yoga, Taco Trot (a family fun walk), concessions and more at the annual Spring Fest at Glade Run in Zelienople! 70 W. Beaver Rd., Zelienople. 724-452-4453. www.gladerunadventures.org.

*May 11-13: The Strand Theater presents “Sing It, Sister.” Come enjoy this high energy tribute to the lovely ladies of song. Expect to hear hits from Broadway shows like Dreamgirls and Leader of the Pack, and selections by pop music superstars from The Andrews Sisters to Destiny's Child. $25-$35. Fri.-Sat. 8 PM. Sun. 2 PM. The Strand Theater. 119 N. Main St., Zelienople. 724-742-0400. www.thestrandtheater.org.

May 12: Preston Park Walking Tour. Butler Township will be offering public tours of Preston Park including the residence and the grounds. The walking is free, but registration is required and spaces are limited. 9:30 AM. Butler Township Preston Park. 415 S. Eberhart Rd., Butler. 724-283-3430. www.butlertwp.org/preston-park.

May 12: CampBlast. Join us for this free event highlighting all that Lutherlyn has to offer. There will be horseback riding, a campfire, crafts, archery, a high ropes course, zip lining, hiking and more. 11 AM-4:30 PM. 500 Lutherlyn Ln., Butler. 724-865-2161. www.lutherlyn.com. May 12: Succop Theater presents “The Pittsburgh Philharmonic.” Enjoy Pittsburgh Philharmonic’s Story Time and the ultimate in musical storytelling – Rimsky Korsakov’s Scheherazade! Plus Rodrigo Ojeda in Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 and our Young Composer Contest winner. $15. Succop Theater. 7:30 PM. 107 College Dr., Butler. 724-287-8711. www.bc3.edu. *events lasting more than one day

Weekly Happenings Every Wednesday: Seven Fields Food Truck Nights. Enjoy a break from cooking and enjoy tasty local cuisine from a variety of food trucks. Every Wednesday night in August. 5-8 PM. Seven Fields Town Park. 380 Castle Creek Dr., Seven Fields. www.sevenfields.org.

Every Wednesday: Live Music Wednesdays at Knickers Tavern at Conley Resort & Golf Club. Food and drink specials start at 5 PM. Music begins at 7 PM. 740 Pittsburgh Rd., Butler. 724-586-7711. www.conleyresort.com.

Every Thursday Morning: “Birds and More” Naturalist-Led Walk at Succop Nature Park. Join Audubon Society of western Pennsylvania for a walk through Succop Nature Park. Our naturalist-led morning walks are free and happen year-round. 9 AM. Succop Nature Park. 185 W. Airport Rd., Butler. 412-963-6100. www.aswp.org.

Every Thursday: Outdoor Discovery Programs. The majority of the programs take place at Alameda Park in the Carousel Shelter and begin at 6:30 PM. June 7-Aug. 9. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.co.butler.pa.us.

Every Friday-Sunday: Public Skate at UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex. Come enjoy a family fun activity of indoor ice skating. $8/adult, $6/12 and under. $3/skate rental. Fri. 7-9 PM. Sat. 2-4 PM and 7-9 PM. Sun. 2-4 PM. 8000 Cranberry Springs Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-900-2799. www.upmclemieuxsportscomplex.com.

Every Saturday: North Country Brewing Canning Facility Tours. Free tours of the Production Facility with an explanation of how beer is brewed and the process involved from grain to canning. 111 Arrowhead Dr., Slippery Rock. 724-794-BEER. www.northcountrycanning.com.

Party on the Patio: The Beacon Hotel. Come enjoy live entertainment on the patio. June 2, 9 & 16, July 27 & 28, Aug. 25. Times vary. The Beacon Hotel. 231 Beacon Rd., Renfrew. 724-586-6233. www.gotothebeacon.com.

Monthly Happenings First Mondays: Zen Meditation and Workshop. Join us for the Zen Meditation group in the Historic 1875 Opera Hall. This is a non-religious workshop focused on the practice of Zen Meditation. Everything is provided. Suggested donation $20. 7-8:30 PM. The Center of Harmony. 253 Mercer St., Harmony. 724-400-6044. www.thecenterofharmony.com. Third Thursdays: “Mingle on Main” in Saxonburg. A whole town event on the Main Street of Saxonburg. The street will be shut down and filled with food vendors, artisans, live music, demonstrations, games and antique cars. The fun lasts 5-8 PM. Main St., Saxonburg. 724-604-0197. www.saxonburgbusiness.org.

Third Thursdays: Namaste with Shu. Join us for a 60-minute yoga session, appropriate for all levels. What better way to keep the Zen flowing than to have a complimentary post yoga beer from ShuBrew. $18. 6:30-8 PM. Zelienople Community Park. 402 E. Beaver St., Zelienople. 412-313-7481. www.myzeliepark.org.

Last Fridays: Foodie Fridays in Downtown Butler. Join the fun as Butler

Registration at 9 PM. 9:30 PM. Alameda Park. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.discgolfscene.com/alameda.

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Lernerville Speedway. Lernerville Speedway is home to the “Fab Four,” Sprint Cars, Late Models, Big-Block Modifieds and Stock Cars. $15/adult, $12/senior, $10/17 and under, free/10 and under. Special events may have increased admission prices. Most races are held over the weekend and start at 7:30 PM. 313 N. Pike Rd., Sarver. 724-353-1511. www.lernerville.com. Additional event dates:

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Butler BlueSox Home Games at Kelly Automotive Park. The BlueSox are proud to play their home games on the same field that has hosted some of the greatest ballplayers of all time, including Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig and Josh Gibson. $7-$10. Order online, by phone, or at the ballpark. Most games start at 7:05 PM. 100 Pullman Park Pl., Butler. 724-256-9994. www.butlerbluesox.net.

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May 12: Kids Day America. Activities include hayrides, slides and concerts. Kids can also vote for their favorite car in the Cruza for Kids. All proceeds will be donated to the Lighthouse Foundation. Free. 11 AM-3 PM. Butler Farm Show Grounds. 625 Evans City Rd., Butler. 724-789-9797. www.carechiro.com.

May 13: Mother’s Day Tea Party. Eva's Tee House invites you to our Mother's Day Tea as we honor and celebrate the special moms in our lives! All menus are preset with three tiers of scones, tea sandwiches, sweets and more! For a special celebration, each guest will get a glass of champagne along with their hot tea! We will also have a kids menu available. No walk-ins. Tickets are pre-sale only on Eventbrite. $15-$28. 1-3:30 PM. Eva's Tee House. 141 Aubrey Dr., Butler. 724-287-4832. www.eventbrite.com.

While you’re here, we hope you’ll get out and explore the 790 miles we call home. From rustic and rural to festive and friendly, experiences await visitors of all types. Scenic and serene parks offer just about any outdoor activity you can think of, on water or land. Museums, art galleries, specialty shops, festivals, wineries, historic sites and golf courses can be found around every turn. The four seasons bring delightful changes, so you’ll find something to fall in love with any time of the year. One of the best parts is – it’s easy to get here! The Pennsylvania Turnpike, I-79, I-80 and Routes 422, 19 and 8 all run through the county. So stop reading and plan your Butler County getaway today! Spend a few nights in one of our scenic campgrounds, quaint B&Bs or comfortable hotels.

310 East Grandview Ave. Zelienople, PA 16063 866.856.8444 www.VisitButlerCounty.com

May 17: India Film Series: "Charulata." India Film 2018 Spring Series third of three films. "Charulata" will be shown at The Maridon Museum and presented by Dr. Sunita Peacock from Slippery Rock University. Reservations required. Free. 6-9 PM. 322 N. McKean St., Butler. 724-282-0123. www.maridon.org.

Sail into Moraine State Park August 4-5 for the 20th Annual Regatta at Lake Arthur!

May 19: Mighty Moraine Man Spring Sprint. This race consists of a 1/4 mile swim in Lake Arthur, a 14-mile bike course and a 3.1-mile scenic run. Youth races will be at the South Shore, May 18 at 6:30 PM. Sprint Multi-Sport Races will be on the North Shore, May 19 at 8 AM. Moraine State Park. 225 Pleasant Valley Rd., Portersville. 724-321-4265. www.mightymoraineman.com. *May 19-20: Portersville Steam Show Spring Gas-up. A vintage village, saw mill, cider press, gas engines, oil field equipment, farm animals, train rides, steam engines, flea market, crafts, food, kids’ pedal tractor pulling, tractor pulls and a steam building are some of the features to enjoy. $5, free/11 and under. 9 AM-8 PM. Portersville Steam Show Grounds. 1512 Perry Hwy., Portersville. 724-285-7038. www.portersvillesteamshow.org.

Moraine State Park Many of our events take place at Moraine State Park, Butler County’s top attraction.

www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/moraine 724-368-8811 225 Pleasant Valley Rd., Portersville

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June 9: The Tanglewood Center presents “The Pittsburgh Doo Wop Big Band.” Enjoy an evening of dinner and great entertainment with two different performances. $30. 6-10 PM. Tanglewood Center. 10 Austin Ave., Lyndora. 724-287-0021. www.tanglewoodinc.org.

June 9: Butler YMCA Powerlifting Competition. Divisions include: youth (15-18), young adult (19-23), adult (24-39), masters (40+) and team (4 per team, 1 female minimum). Entry fees vary. Weigh-ins will take place from 7-9 AM, with the first lifters beginning at 9:30 AM. Spectators welcome! Butler YMCA. 339 N. Washington St., Butler. 724-287-4733. www.butler.bcfymca.org.

May 19: Big Truck Day. A hands-on opportunity to explore working trucks and emergency vehicles of all types. Come and meet the people who build, serve and protect our community. Enjoy crafts and activities for all ages. $11/adult, $5/child. 11 AM-2 PM. Zelienople Community Park. 402 E. Beaver St., Zelienople. 724-452-0231. www.myzeliepark.org.

*June 9-10: 2nd annual Connie Q Canoe Trip. People of all ages and skills

May 19: Glitz & Glamour Designer Purse Bash Brunch. Enjoy brunch and bags. There will be raffles, a Chinese auction and more. Featured purses include: Kate Spade, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Dooney & Bourke, Coach, Michael Kors, Rebecca Minkoff, Vera Bradley and Disney Tiana Dooney & Bourke. Doors open at 11 AM. $25. 12-3:30 PM. Tanglewood Center. 10 Austin Ave., Lyndora. 724-287-0021. www.tanglewoodinc.org.

June 10: Bantam Jeep Muddy 5K. Family-friendly 5K mud race on foot. Obstacles will include tires, cargo nets, steep hills, wooded trails and the Jeep Playground. Medals will be awarded. Participants will receive a T-shirt and refreshments. 8 AM. Cooper's Lake. 205 Currie Rd., Slippery Rock. 724-256-4050. www.bantamjeepfestival.com/5k-mud-race.

*May 26-27: LionFire Music Festival. A two-day music event showcasing a blend of the alternative rock and jam band genres. Combining music, fire and art, the weekend activities will include various fire performances, blacksmithing demonstrations, live art installations, and an artist vendor market as well as old school games with a new age twist like archery tag, jousting and tug-of-war. 12-11 PM. $35-$150. Cooper's Lake. 205 Currie Rd., Slippery Rock. 412-517-6444. www.lionfirefestival.com.

June 15: The Strand Theater presents “Pittsburgh All-Star Band.” Come

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June 20: Preston Park Walking Tour. Butler Township will be offering public

*June 1-18: 5th annual Lake Arthur Striper Fishing Tournament. An 18-day catch and release paper/photo fishing tournament for the hybrid striped bass fish. The top prize is $300 and all participants receive a tournament T-shirt. Proceeds benefit the Slippery Rock Community Library. Entry fee: $25/adult fisherman, $15/16 and under and Veteran fisherman. Moraine State Park. 225 Pleasant Valley Rd., Portersville. 724-406-0046. www.slipperyrocklibrary.com.

June 3: The Strand Theater presents “The Seneca Valley Film Festival.” The Film Festival will feature final projects from students in TV Production 4 as well as some of the top programs created during the course of the 2017-2018 school year. $5. 7 PM. The Strand Theater. 119 N. Main St., Zelienople. 724-742-0400. www.thestrandtheater.org.

June 3: WingFest 2018. Come support your local community and vote on the best wings in Butler County. For the fourth year in a row, WingFest will be held at The Beacon Hotel. $25. 1-4 PM. 231 Beacon Rd., Renfrew. 724-586-6233. www.gotothebeacon.com/wingfest.

June 7: Seven Fields 1st annual Beer and Wine Fest. This event will be held at Seven Fields Town Park. 5 PM. 380 Castle Creek Dr., Seven Fields. 724-776-3090. www.sevenfields.org.

*June 7-9: Seven Fields 9th annual Community Days Carnival. Held at

Second Saturdays: Open Stage. All musicians and instruments

*June 8-10: 8th annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival. Join thousands of Jeeps for a weekend of family-friendly fun. Jeep Invasion will be in downtown Butler, complete with trail rides, Jeep Playground with obstacles, Jeep history exhibit, Muddy 5K Race and a huge vendor area with 150+ companies. Cooper’s Lake. 205 Currie Rd., Slippery Rock. 724-256-4050. www.bantamjeepfestival.com.

June 9: Summer Wine Walk in Harmony. Enjoy sampling wines and other beverages while you stroll through Historic Harmony and visit the unique shops. $25. 5-9 PM. Mercer St., Harmony. 734-452-9330. www.zelienoplelibrary.org.

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May 12: Glacier Ridge Trail Ultra Marathons and Trail Race. Come participate in the 8th running of the GRT with four options- 50-mile, 50-mile 5-person relay, 50K ultra marathons and 30K trail race. Moraine State Park. McDanel’s Boat Launch, Pavilion #7, Portersville. Price varies on race: $65-$250. 4:45-8 AM. www.glacierridgetrailultra.com.

Seven Fields Town Park. Live music by Velveeta on Friday and Dancing Queen on Saturday. Fireworks on Saturday provided by Pyrotecnico. 7-9 PM. 380 Castle Creek Dr., Seven Fields. 724-776-3090. www.sevenfields.org.

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Night Disc Golf. Join us after hours for a disc golf competition. $25/person.

Downtown highlights businesses and a variety of food trucks gathered into a lot right off of Main Street. Food and drinks are available for purchase, offering a little something for everyone. welcome. Free. 1-4 PM. The Bottlebrush Gallery & Center for the Arts. 539 Main St., Harmony. 724-452-0539. www.bottlebrusharts.com.

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June 9: The Strand Theater presents “A Toast to the Rat Pack.” Get taken back on a musical journey featuring the greatest hits from the legendary Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. $20-$25. Shows at 2 PM and 8 PM. The Strand Theater. 119 N. Main St., Zelienople. 724-742-0400. www.thestrandtheater.org.

can enjoy and engage in a sojourn on a captivating scenic creek. Allegheny Aquatic Alliance will guide you through this two-day, 16-mile kayak/canoe and paddle across Butler County on the Connoquenessing Creek. $25. 2 PM. 101 W. Main St., Renfrew. 724-371-0416. www.alleghenyaquaticalliance.com.

enjoy some of the 'Burgh's' most amazing talent. $30-$50. 8 PM. The Strand Theater. 119 N. Main St., Zelienople. 724-742-0400. www.thestrandtheater.org.

*June 29-July 7: Big Butler Fair. The Big Butler Fair is the largest fair in western PA and considered by many to be the best in the country. Families from all over PA, OH, NY and WV come to enjoy fireworks, the midway, games, demolition derbies, concerts and truck pulls. $7-$9. 9 AM-10 PM. 1127 New Castle Rd., Prospect. 724-865-2400. www.bigbutlerfair.com. June 30: Mighty Moraine Man Youth Triathlon. This race will be held at the South Shore of Moraine State Park. Moraine State Park. 225 Pleasant Valley Rd., Portersville. 724-321-4265. www.mightymoraineman.com.

EVENTS – JULY 2018 *July 1-July 7: Big Butler Fair. See June 29. July 4: Firecracker 5K and 1 Mile. Race through the streets of Zelienople and Harmony Borough followed by a post-race breakfast, party and awards ceremony. Enjoy Community Days at the Zelienople Community Park and a fireworks show to end the evening. $20-$60. Registration at 7 AM. Race begins at 8 AM. Zelienople Community Park. 402 E. Beaver St., Zelienople. 724-321-4265. www.getfitfamilies.com. July 4: Community Day. One of Zelienople’s finest days. Enjoy a parade down Main St., food, children’s activities, live entertainment, inflatables and more! The evening will end with fireworks. Free. 11 AM-10 PM. Zelienople Community Park. 402 E. Beaver St., Zelienople. 724-452-0231. www.myzeliepark.org.

*June 16-17: Whispering Pines Festival in the Woods. Biannual festival featuring outstanding antique dealers, talented artisans and passionate vendors that take pride in their products. $5/adult, free/12 and under. Sat. 10 AM-5 PM. Sun. 11 AM-4 PM. 201 Winsome Ln., Cabot. 724-568-PINE. www.whisperingpinesfarmpa.com. tours of Preston Park including the residence and the grounds. The walking is free, but registration is required and spaces are limited. 6 PM. Butler Township Preston Park. 415 S. Eberhart Rd., Butler. 724-283-3430. www.butlertwp.org.

June 23: 24th annual Cruise-A-Palooza. Join the Rodfathers of Butler for the biggest car cruise of the year. DJs, dash plaques and special entertainment. 11 AMdusk. Butler Farm Show Grounds. 625 Evans City Rd., Butler. 724-352-5043. www.therodfathers.com.

June 23: Butler Road Race. Presented by Butler YMCA and Butler Health System. Registration fees: $23/ages 17+, $18/16 and under and ages 60+. 9 AM. Butler County Courthouse. 124 W. Diamond St., Butler. 724-287-4733. www.bcfymca.org. June 25: Free Movie at Alameda Park. 8:30 PM. Masonic Shelter. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.co.butler.pa.us. *June 25-28: 6th annual Art Week for Kids. 9 AM-4 PM. The Bottlebrush Gallery & Center for the Arts. 539 Main St., Harmony. 724-452-0539. www.bottlebrusharts.com. June 27: Free Movie at North Boundary Park. 8:30 PM. 1171 N. Boundary Rd., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-4386. www.cranberrytownship.org. Starlight Drive-In. Families, couples and friends gather at Starlight DriveIn from April through October for a relaxing night of double-feature movies under the stars and a dose of nostalgia – something you don’t find much these days! Since 1958, the Starlight Drive-In has been providing affordable family fun and entertainment. They also feature a 18-hole miniature golf course along with a covered pavilion and picnic tables. The Drive-In is only open on weekends in spring and fall and open seven nights a week May 28-Sept. 3. Gates open 1-2 hours before show time. Movies generally start at 8:25 PM. Times may vary. $8/ages 12-64. $6/ages 65+ and military/ veterans, $4/ages 3-11. $16/Carload Thursdays. 1985 N. Main St. Ext., Butler. 724-284-5003. www.starlightdrive-in.com.

FREE SUMMER CONCERTS Alameda Park. Every Tuesday June 13-Aug. 15. 6:30 PM. Odd Fellow Gazebo. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.co.butler.pa.us. Butler Downtown. June 1, 15, 22 & 29, July 6, 13, 20 & 27, Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31. 6-8 PM. Diehl Automotive Concert Series live at the Butler Health System Stage. Locust and Main Streets, Butler. 724-256-5769. www.butlerdowntown.org. Cranberry Community Park. June 21, July 19 & 26, Aug. 2. Come hungry – the Rotary will be grilling hot dogs, hamburgers and more. 7-9 PM. Rotary Amphitheater. 111 Ernie Mashuda Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-4386. www.cranberrytownship.org. Cranberry Municipal Lawn. Aug. 3, 10 & 17. The Library Friends will be selling hot dogs or bring your own lunch. 12-1 PM. 2525 Rochester Rd., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-4386. www.cranberrytownship.org. Harmony in the House Concerts. May 11, June 1 & Sept. 21. Shows begin at 7 PM. $15. The Bottlebrush Gallery & Center for the Arts. 539 Main St., (On the Square) Harmony. 724-452-0539. www.bottlebrusharts.com. Zelienople Community Park. June 9 & 23, July 7 & 21, Aug. 4 & 18, Sept. 8. Times vary. 402 E. Beaver St., Zelienople. 724-452-0231. www.myzeliepark.org.


Pontoon Cruises on Lake Arthur Moraine Preservation Fund operates the Nautical Nature, a 37-passenger enclosed pontoon boat offering tours on Lake Arthur at Moraine State Park. It is the park’s premier attraction! Order your tickets online. The Owlet Gift Shop, Moraine Preservation Fund. 118 N. Shore Dr., Portersville. 724-368-9185. www.morainepreservationfund.org.

*July 17-21: Saxonburg Carnival. Great food, rides and lots of fun. Kiddie matinee offered Wed. from 1-5 PM. Pet parade, water battle, pageant, largest fireman's parade east of the Mississippi and raffle drawing. 6-11 PM. Main St., Saxonburg. 724-352-3300. www.svfc.com/SVFCCarnival.asp. *July 19-21: Horse Trading Days. Enjoy this classic small town event full of music, games, food and a lot of summer fun. We encourage you to tour the historic sites, enjoy free concerts, explore our unique stores and dine at our fine restaurants and cafes. Thur. and Sat. 10 AM-8 PM. Fri. 11 AM-8 PM. Main St., Zelienople. 412-995-8401. www.horsetradingdays.com.

Aug. 11: Harmony Museum’s Antique Gun Show. Flintlock, percussion and cartridge firearms and accouterments from 18th and 19th centuries, many for sale, with emphasis on those made in the region. 9 AM-3 PM. Stewart Hall. 218 Mercer St., Harmony. 724-452-7341. www.harmonymuseum.org.

*July 20-21: “In-Harmony” Heritage Music Festival. This concert was the vision

Aug. 13: North Washington Rodeo Kick-Off Parade. Introducing the 2018

of the late John Ruch, former president of Historic Harmony. There will be two days of great entertainment. Fri. evening at Mennonite Meetinghouse. 114 Wise Rd., Harmony. Sat. all day at the 1805 Harmonist Barn. 303 Mercer Rd., Harmony. Visit our website for more information, cost and show times. 724-452-7341. www.inharmonyfestival.com.

Rodeo Queen to the public. Participating in the parade will be marching units, fire trucks, boy and girl scouts and a few floats. After the parade, there will be a bonfire and marshmallows to roast in the arena. 6:30 PM. 2225 Oneida Valley Rd. (Rt. 38), Petrolia. 724-894-6170. www.nwvfd.com/rodeo.

July 22: Make-A-Wish Concert at Blackwood Theater Organ Society.

*Aug. 14-18: 59th North Washington Rodeo. Grab your cowboy hat as the North Washington Rodeo brings the excitement of professional rodeo to Butler County. Rain or shine. $14/adult ($12 advance), $6/child ($5 advance), free/3 and under. 8 PM. 2225 Oneida Valley Rd. (Rt. 38), Petrolia. 724-894-6170. www.nwvfd.com/rodeo.

Refreshments will be served. Pre-paid reservations required. The house and tower are not visible from the road so look for the balloons, red mailbox and post. 2 PM and 4:30 PM. $25. 118 Blackwood Ln., Harrisville. 724-735-2813. www.blackwoodarts.org.

Wednesdays through Aug.: Pizza Party Cruises. 5 PM. $35/two adults, $60/family of four. Paid reservations required a minimum of seven days in advance.

July 23: Free Movie at Alameda Park. 8:30 PM. Masonic Shelter.

Saturdays through Aug.: Dinner Cruises. 5 PM. $30.

*July 23-Aug. 11: The Strand Theater presents “Into the Woods Jr. Musical Theatre Camp.” Enroll your children in musical theatre camp. Kids ages

Paid reservations required a minimum of seven days in advance.

Saturdays and Sundays through July: Summer Cruises. 2 PM. $14/adult, $12/ages 62+, $7/12 and under, free/2 and under.

Saturdays and Sundays from Aug. 12-Sept. 4: Summer/Fall Cruises. 1 PM & 3 PM.

Saturdays and Sundays from Sept. 9-Oct. 28: Fall Foliage Cruises. 11 AM, 1 PM & 3 PM. Come and observe western Pennsylvania's colorful foliage reflected on the lake. Reservations advised.

July 4: Fun Fore All Glow Golf. Glow in the dark Mini Golf! $9. 5-10 PM. 8 Progress Ave., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-1800. www.funforeall.com.

July 7: Mega Cruise at the Butler County Airport. There is parking for over 1,000 show cars, motorcycles, trucks, tractors and airplanes. There will also be great food, beverages, music, 50/50 raffles and a Chinese auction. 2-10 PM. Butler County Airport. 475 Airport Rd., Butler. 724-766-5847. www.butlercountyairport.org.

July 9: Free Movie at Alameda Park. 8:30 PM. Masonic Shelter. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.co.butler.pa.us.

July 11: Fun Fore All Glow Golf. Glow in the dark Mini Golf! $9. 5-10 PM. 8 Progress Ave., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-1800. www.funforeall.com.

*July 12-14: Cranberry Township Community Days. Features Art in the Park, car cruise, concerts, free kids area, carnival and more. Thur. and Fri. 4-10 PM. Sat. 12-7 PM. Cranberry Township Community Park. 111 Ernie Mashuda Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-776-4806. www.ctcchest.org.

*July 13-14: 6th annual Band Jam. A weekend-long celebration of local music and artists showcasing incredible talent in a live setting for music lovers of all genres to enjoy. $20. 5-11:30 PM. Cooper's Lake. 205 Currie Rd., Slippery Rock. 724-283-1500. www.thebandjam.com.

*July 13-14: The Strand Theater presents “Comedy Night starring Rocky LaPorte with Shaun Blackham.” Come enjoy a fun-filled evening of laughter. $20. 8 PM. The Strand Theater. 119 N. Main St., Zelienople. 724-742-0400. www.thestrandtheater.org.

*July 13-14, 20-22: Musical Theatre Guild of Butler presents “Jerry’s Girls.” A group of female performers pay tribute to the song catalog of Jerry Herman, with tunes from Hello, Dolly!, Mame, La Cage aux Folles, Mack and Mabel and more. 7:30 PM. William A. Lehnerd Performance Hall. 100 Memorial Dr., Butler. 724-287-8243. www.mtgbutler.org/current-season-2.

July 18: Free Movie at Cranberry Community Park. 8:30 PM. Rotary Amphitheater. 111 Ernie Mashuda Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-4386. www.cranberrytownship.org.

July 18: Fun Fore All Glow Golf. Glow in the dark Mini Golf! $9. 5-10 PM. 8 Progress Ave., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-1800. www.funforeall.com.

*Aug. 10-12, 16-18: "Footloose." To the rockin' rhythm of its Oscar and Tonynominated top 40 score, "Footloose" celebrates the wisdom of listening to young people, guiding them with a warm heart and open mind. Rotary Amphitheater in Cranberry Twp. Community Park. 111 Ernie Mashuda Dr., Cranberry Twp. $24-$28. 8 PM. 724-480-1211. www.keystonestatemusictheater.org/footloose.html.

184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.co.butler.pa.us.

10-18. $300. The Strand Theater. 119 N. Main St., Zelienople. 724-742-0400. www.thestrandtheater.org.

July 25: Fun Fore All Glow Golf. Glow in the dark Mini Golf! $9. 5-10 PM. 8 Progress Ave., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-1800. www.funforeall.com. *July 26-29: Miracle League All-Star Baseball Game. The Miracle League of Southwestern PA will be hosting their first All-Star Baseball game. The game is open to the public and will take place at the Pirates Charities Miracle League Field. Exhibition games will occur during the day leading up to the evening All-Star Game. Various activities will be taking place over the course of the weekend to enhance the overall experience for the kids. Dick’s Sporting Goods Complex at Graham Park. 260 Graham Park Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-234-4619. www.mlswpa.org.

July 28: Celebrate the Bloom. Full day of activities including walks, workshops, demonstrations and a culminating bonfire, plus local food, vendors and entertainment. 9 AM-5:30 PM. Free. Jennings Environmental Education Center. 2951 Prospect Rd., Slippery Rock. 724-794-6011. www.celebratethebloom.wordpress.com. July 29: Concordia Summer Festival. Scheduled “under the tents” behind the Lund Care Center. The traditional festival features a worship service of thanksgiving, a mass choir, Haven residents and Pittsburgh Lutheran Chorus members and a special menu based on the year’s theme. Entertainment for all ages. 12-6 PM. 134 Marwood Rd., Cabot. 888-352-1571. www.concordialm.org.

July 29: The Strand Theater presents “Shenanigans.” A bizarre combination of magic, inventive gadgets, stunts and comedy will have you laughing and in awe at the same time. $10-$25. 4 PM. The Strand Theater. 119 N. Main St., Zelienople. 724-742-0400. www.thestrandtheater.org.

EVENTS – AUGUST 2018 *Aug. 2-5: Portersville Steam Show. A vintage village, farm animals, train rides,

Aug. 18: 7th annual Connoquenessing Creek Cleanup. An annual event formed by Allegheny Aquatic Alliance in 2012 for the restoration of this important local waterway. Tackling 10-20 mile sections each summer, we aspire to clean the entire creek by removing the physical pollution that consumes it. Free. 8 AM-5 PM. 220 Fountain Ave., Ellwood City. 724-371-0416. www.alleghenyaquaticalliance.com. Aug. 19: The Blackwood Theater Organ Society presents “The Merrymakers Trio.” The house and tower are not visible from the road so look for

Butler Brew Works. 101 S. Main St., Butler. 724-264-5347. www.butlerbrewworks.com.

Cellar Works Brewing Co. 110 South Pike Rd., Sarver.

$20-$25. Shows at 3 PM and 7 PM. The Strand Theater. 119 N. Main St., Zelienople. 724-742-0400. www.thestrandtheater.org.

Missing Links Brewery. 891 Evans City Rd., Renfrew.

Aug. 19: Youth Triathlon. This annual event is held in collaboration with Slippery

North Country Brewing Co. 141 S. Main St., Slippery Rock.

Aug. 19: The Strand Theater presents “Walt Sanders & The Cadillac Band.” Come enjoy one of the premiere Elvis Presley tribute acts in the country.

Rock Area Parks and Recreation. Ages 6-16 will compete in swimming, biking and running. $15/pre-registration, $20/late registration. Check-in 7 AM. Race begins at 8 AM. YMCA Camp/ARMCO Park. 341 Centreville Pike, Slippery Rock. www.armcopark.bcfymca.org/youth-triathlon.

*Aug. 24-26: Butler Italian Festival. Italian-themed event with craft vendors, food vendors and entertainment each day. Free. Fri. 5-9 PM. Sat. and Sun. 12-9 PM. Main St., Butler. 412-310-7781. www.butleritalianfestival.com.

EVENTS – SEPTEMBER 2018 Sept. 8: 7th annual Connoquenessing Creek Cleanup Part 2. An annual event formed by Allegheny Aquatic Alliance in 2012 for the restoration of this important local waterway. Tackling 10-20 mile sections each summer, we aspire to clean the entire creek by removing the physical pollution that consumes it. Free. 8 AM-5 PM. 220 Fountain Ave., Ellwood City. 724-371-0416. www.alleghenyaquaticalliance.com. Saxonburg Festival of the Arts. Crafts, food, music, art demonstrations and most of all, fun. Free parking and shuttle. Sat. 10 AM-6 PM. Sun. 12 AM-5 PM. Roebling Park. 157 N. Rebecca St., Saxonburg. 724-352-1400 ext. 227. www.visitsaxonburgpa.com.

*Sept. 8-9: Tough Mudder. A 10-12 mile (18-20 km) obstacle course designed to test all-around strength, stamina, teamwork and mental grit. Tough Mudder is probably the toughest event on the planet. Cooper’s Lake. 205 Currie Rd., Slippery Rock. www.toughmudder.com/events/2018-pittsburgh.

*Sept. 8-9: Mighty Moraine Man Fall Multi-Sport Event. Join us for this fun

*Aug. 4-5: 2018 Regatta at Lake Arthur. Sailing into its 20th year at Moraine

Sept. 9: Dog Paddle Pool Pawty at Alameda Waterpark. The Butler County

any make or model of street legal motorcycle for a fun ride, food and entertainment. Cheer on STARS, local children fighting brain tumors. Fundraise to earn T-shirts, jackets and be entered to win a new Honda motorcycle. Help cure the deadliest childhood cancers. Rain or shine. Registration at 8:30 AM. Kickstands up 10:30 AM. Seneca Valley High School. 128 Seneca School Rd., Harmony. www.rideforkids.org.

724-524-2120. cellarworksbrewing.com. 724-486-3777. www.missinglinksbrewery.com. 724-794-BEER. northcountrybrewing.com.

Reclamation Brewing Co. 221 S. Main St., Butler. 724-790-4370. www.reclamationbrewing.com.

Recon Brewing. 1747 North Main St., Butler.

ShuBrew: Handcrafted Ales & Food. 210 S. Main St., Zelienople.

724-256-8747. www.reconbrewing.com. 724-766-4426. www.shubrew.com.

Stick City Brewing Co. 109 Irvine St., Mars. 412-256-8116. stickcitybeer.com.

North County Canning Co. Canning Facility. 111 Arrowhead Dr.,

ShuBrewery. Taproom. 733 Spring St., Harmony. 724-900-0107.

Slippery Rock. 724-794-2337. northcountrycanning.com.

*Sept. 8-9: Saxonburg Festival of the Arts. Please join us for the 33rd annual

and challenging event. Youth races will be Sept. 8. The multi-sport event on Sept. 9 includes Olympic and sprint distance races starting at 7:30 AM. Moraine State Park. 225 Pleasant Valley Rd., Portersville. 724-321-4265. www.mightymoraineman.com.

Aug. 5: Western PA Ride for Kids. Join the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation with

You know the feeling you get after tasting a cold, draft beer? Now imagine being able to try a variety of craft beers made locally! Introducing the Butler County Beer Circuit – a self-guided trail features eight different brewpubs, a taproom and a canning facility; all offering a variety of unique and local craft beers year round. You don’t have to travel far for refreshing beers and distinctive menu items; explore something new on the Butler County Beer Circuit. Even man’s best friend can tag along for Yappy Hour at certain locations. www.visitbutlercounty.com/BeerCircuit.

the balloons, red mailbox and post. 2 PM. 118 Blackwood Ln., Harrisville. 724-735-2813. www.blackwoodarts.org.

steam engines, flea market, crafts, great food, kids pedal tractor pulling, tractors, large traction engines, ice cream, tractor pulls and a steam building will be featured. $5. 8 AM-8 PM. Portersville Steam Show Grounds. 1512 Perry Hwy., Portersville. 724-285-7038. www.portersvillesteamshow.org. State Park, the Regatta is "naturally" fun and provides free weekend activities for friends and families to enjoy. The Regatta offers land and lake events, along with exciting opportunities to engage with the natural resources of the Park. 10 AM-6 PM. Moraine State Park. 225 Pleasant Valley Rd., Portersville. 724-687-0707. www.lakearthurregatta.org.

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Parks and Recreation Department has teamed up with Butler County Humane Society to help donate back to our furry friends. Opening pool for canine swim only. $10/dog. 1-4 PM. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.co.butler.pa.us/Parks-and-Recreation.

*Sept. 12-22: Nature and Wildlife Art Show. Filled with unique artwork. Show juried and judged. Wed.-Fri. 10 AM-4 PM. Sat. 12-4 PM. 344 S. Main St., Butler. 724-283-6922. www.butlerartcenter.org.

*Sept. 27-30: USHL Fall Classic. The United States Hockey League will be hosting the USHL Fall Classic. USHL players from across the country and Canada will compete, as scouts from the NHL and NCAA evaluate the players for recruitment. There will also be youth tournaments in conjunction with the USHL Fall Classic. There will be 16 16U and 14U teams and 16 18U and 15U teams competing. UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex. 8000 Cranberry Springs Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-720-3000. www.ushl.com. *Sept. 28-30: Oktoberfest. Come enjoy a day of family fun. There will be live music, children’s activities, Weiner dog races, dog costume contest, a beer stein challenge, keg races and more. 5-7 PM. Big Butler Fair Grounds. 1127 W. New Castle Rd., Prospect. 817-559-5309. www.oktoberfestpitt.com.

Sept. 30: Alameda Septemberfest. There will be a fishing tournament, car cruise, the Toot and Scoot 5K, vendors, a petting zoo, music and more! Put on by Butler Pentastars Car Club. Free. 10 AM-4 PM. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.co.butler.pa.us. Sept. 30: Scoot and Toot 5K Run/Walk. This year at the Septemberfest, participate in this benefit run then enjoy an awards ceremony, raffle prizes, and chili! Pre-registration is encouraged, or register on race day at 7:30 AM at the Carousel Shelter. Race starts at 9 AM. Alameda Park. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-287-4059. www.co.butler.pa.us.

*Sept. 14-16: Evans City Oktoberfest. Quilt show, crafts, food vendors, games, pancake breakfast, parade, kid’s tractor pull, fireworks, car cruise, live entertainment and more. Fri. 10 AM-7 PM. Sat. 10 AM-8 PM. Sun. 12-5 PM. Main St., Evans City. 724-538-8320. www.evanscity.us.

Aug. 6: Free Movie at Alameda Park. 8:30 PM. Masonic Shelter. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.co.butler.pa.us.

*Aug. 6-11: 70th annual Butler Farm Show. Showcases the county’s farming community at the showgrounds on Route 68 with farming exhibits, tractor pulls, crafts, rides, food and demonstrations. 8:30 AM-11 PM. Butler Farm Show Grounds. 625 Evans City Rd., Butler. 724-482-4000. www.butlerfarmshow.com.

Aug. 8: Free Movie at Cranberry Municipal Lawn. 8:30 PM. 2525 Rochester Rd., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-4386. www.cranberrytownship.org. Aug. 8: Free Movie at Dick's Sporting Goods Sportsplex at Graham Park.

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8:30 PM. 260 Graham Park Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-4386. www.cranberrytownship.org.

Moraine State Park. 225 Pleasant Valley Rd., Portersville. 724-368-8811. www.dcnr.pa.gov/StateParks.

Jennings Environmental Education Center.

sources and technologies such as electric vehicles. 12-4 PM. Cranberry Square. 1000 Cranberry Square Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-272-4539. www.gogreenfestival.com.

Succop Nature Park.

*Sept. 15-16: Pennsylvania Gun Collectors Show. The Pennsylvania Gun Collectors Show will have several vendors with firearms for sale. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed. Admission: $8/adult, $4/12 and under (covers both days). Sat. 9 AM-5 PM. Sun. 9 AM-4 PM. 100 Pullman Sq., Butler. 412-486-1129. www.paguncollectors.org.

185 W. Airport Rd., Butler. 412-963-6100. www.aswp.org/pages/succop.

Alameda Park. 184 Alameda Park Rd., Butler. 724-284-5383. www.co.butler.pa.us.

Todd Nature Reserve.

*Sept. 15-16: Whispering Pines Festival in the Woods. Biannual festival features outstanding antique dealers, talented artisans and passionate vendors that take pride in their products. $5/adult, free/12 and under. Sat. 10 AM-5 PM. Sun. 11 AM-4 PM. 201 Winsome Ln., Cabot. 724-568-PINE. www.whisperingpinesfarmpa.com.

347 Kepple Rd., Sarver. 412-963-6100. www.aswp.org/pages/todd.

Glade Run Lake Conservancy, Inc. Lake Rd., Valencia. 724-898-2263. www.gladerunlakeconservancy.org. 260 Graham Park Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-4386. www.cranberrytownship.org.

Cranberry Community Park.

Discover History & Heritage

Sept. 16: The Blackwood Theater Organ Society presents “The Gold Rush.” Silent film interpreting Charlie Chaplin. The house and tower are not visible

Butler County Historical Society Little Red Schoolhouse.

from the road so look for the balloons, red mailbox and post. 2 PM. 118 Blackwood Ln., Harrisville. 724-735-2813. www.blackwoodarts.org.

200 E. Jefferson St., Butler. 724-283-8116. www.butlerhistory.com.

Harmony Museum.

111 Ernie Mashuda Dr., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-4386. www.cranberrytownship.org.

218 Mercer St., Harmony. 724-452-7341. www.harmonymuseum.org.

North Boundary Park.

322 N. McKean St., Butler. 724-282-0123. www.maridon.org.

1171 N. Boundary Rd., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-4386. www.cranberrytownship.org.

Zelienople Community Park. 402 E. Beaver St., Zelienople. 724-452-0231. www.myzeliepark.org.

Slippery Rock Park.

Maridon Museum.

1 Brickyard Rd., Mars. 724-272-9588. www.marshistory.org.

Sample One-Room Schoolhouse.

Sept. 22: Slippery Rock Villagefest. This free street festival features children's

2525 Rochester Rd., Cranberry Twp. 724-612-5730. www.explorecranberry.org.

Saxonburg Museum. 157 N. Rebecca St., Saxonburg. 724-352-1400. www.visitsaxonburgpa.com.

Preston Park in Butler Twp.

Senator Walter Lowrie House.

415 S. Eberhart Rd., Butler. 724-283-3430. www.butlertwp.org.

123 W. Diamond St., Butler. 724-283-8116. www.butlerhistory.com.

ARMCO Park.

The Old Stone House Museum.

EDCO Park. 154 W. Main St., Evans City. 724-538-8920. www.edcopark.com.

Spring Valley Park-Clinton Twp. 220 Victory Rd., Saxonburg. 724-352-9000. www.myclintontwp.net. *events lasting more than one day

Sept. 19: Preston Park Walking Tour. Butler Township will be offering public tours of Preston Park including the residence and the grounds. The walking is free, but registration is required and spaces are limited. 9:30 AM. Butler Township Preston Park. 415 S. Eberhart Rd., Butler. 724-283-3430. www.butlertwp.org/preston-park. Sept. 22: Butler Fall Festival. Family-oriented festival featuring regional crafters, children’s activities, food vendors and entertainment. Free. 11 AM-6 PM. Diamond Park on Main St. to Brady St., Butler. www.butlerfallfestival.com.

Mars Train Station.

320 N. Main St., Slippery Rock. 724-794-8180. www.slipperyrockpark-rec.org.

341 Centreville Pike, Rt. 173, Slippery Rock. 724-287-4733. www.armcopark.bcfymca.org.

Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau as we get down on the farm. A multitude of locations in the southeastern quadrant of the county will be open for touring, each with special activities and fun educational opportunities planned. Event guides which include maps of each region can be picked up at any farm on the tour. Get the family together for a day of self-guided farming fun! This will be a great chance to learn where your food comes from and meet the friendly faces that work diligently to provide it. 866-856-8444. www.VisitButlerCounty.com/FarmTour.

Sept. 15: Go Green Electric Car Show. Featuring the latest green energy

2951 Prospect Rd., Slippery Rock. 724-794-6011. www.dcnr.pa.gov/StateParks.

Dick's Sporting Goods Sportsplex at Graham Park.

Sept. 15: Butler County Farm Tour. Join

2856 William Flynn Hwy., Slippery Rock. 724-738-2409. www.oldstonehousepa.org.

Washington’s Trail 1753. A self-guided driving tour throughout Butler County. 724-290-1700. www.washingtonstrail.org.

Zelienople Historical Society Passavant House and Buhl House. Passavant House. 243 S. Main St., Zelienople. Buhl House. 221 S. Main St. Zelienople. 724-452-9457. www.zelienoplehistoricalsociety.com.

activities of balloon sculptures, pony rides, face painting, pet rock painting, a treasure hunt and more. There are always lots of crafters, food and vendors. Don't forget to check out the farmer's market, sporting events and live music. 10 AM-5 PM. The Village at Slippery Rock. Main St., Slippery Rock. 724-794-2338. www.slipperyrockpa.org.

Sept. 27: Book the Night Silent Auction. Enjoy an evening of cocktails and hor d'oeuvres while you browse the selection of silent auction items available to bid on. Collection will include restaurant gift cards, sporting event tickets, jewelry and many other items for all ages and tastes. $35. 7-9 PM. Zelienople Area Public Library. 227 S. High St., Zelienople. 724-452-9330. www.zelienoplelibrary.org.

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Here are a few indoor activities for you to enjoy! Escape Rooms Butler's Great Escape. 134 S. Main St., Butler. 724-822-0562. www.butlersgreatescape.com.

Mystery Mayhem Escapes. 623 Centreville Pike, Slippery Rock. 724-541-3533. www.mysterymayhemescapes.com.

Bowling Alleys Family Bowlaway Fun Center Butler. 540 Fairground Hill Rd., Butler. 724-283-8630. www.familybowlaway.com.

Mars Lanes. 262 Mars Valencia Rd., Mars. 724-625-1780.

Entertainment Centers Fun Fore All. 8 Progress Ave., Cranberry Twp. 724-779-1800. www.funforeall.com.

Get Air Pittsburgh. 180 Tomlinson Dr., Zelienople. 724-201-7275. www.getairpittsburgh.com.

The Lightning Bug - Fresh Food and Fun. 170 Scharberry Ln., Mars. 724-900-2808. www.thelightningbug.com.

Urban Air Adventure Park. 351 American Way, Cranberry Twp. 412-218-0604. www.urbanairtrampolinepark.com.

Indoor Waterpark Pirate’s Cove at Conley Resort. 740 Pittsburgh Rd., Butler. 724-586-7711. www.conleyresort.com. Dates and events are subject to change without notice. Admission may be charged, and the rates are subject to change. The Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau accepts no responsibility for any changes that might occur. When you are making plans to attend an event, verify the information by calling the number listed in each event. This calendar is only a partial list of events taking place. This calendar’s content was compiled and published by the Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau based on information from the organizations and event sponsors listed. This calendar is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement of the events.

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Calendar of Events: May - September 2018  

You might already be familiar with the Big Butler Fair and the Regatta at Lake Arthur, but Butler County has events all year long! Be sure t...

Calendar of Events: May - September 2018  

You might already be familiar with the Big Butler Fair and the Regatta at Lake Arthur, but Butler County has events all year long! Be sure t...

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