1523 Old Brodhead Rd
Monaca, PA 15061
Phone: (724) 728-9480
Fax: (724) 728-9481
In 1974, the collaborative venture of community locals Sewickley led to the foundation of Sweetwater Center for the Arts; a certified center that promotes art and cultural education among the youth. At this center, those with artistic skills can take up one of the several workshops conducted here or visit their gallery to appreciate various genres of art displayed in the exhibitions and art-related events. The center also hosts various musical events and jazz performances which are a thrill to attend. To know more about the upcoming events and the venue rentals, visit their website.
Home of sports for the Rober Morris University, come see these athletes compete fall, winter and spring.
Moon Stadium is a sports stadium that is largely used for football fixtures. Hosting local football tournaments and games, the stadium always runs a full seated show. The stadium is also home to the Moon Area School District athletics program. So do buy your tickets well in advance and stay updated about game schedules.
The Strand Theater is steeped in history. Established in 1914, it is one of the oldest theaters in the county. Located in downtown Zelienople, it showcased movies, silent films and Vaudeville-style shows. After its closure and major refurbishment, it is administered by a non-profit corporation and acts as a performing arts hub in the community. It plays host to an array of cultural events including classic movies, feature films, broadway stage productions and concert series by emerging and upcoming talent.
This sports center is part of Robert Morris University and home to RMU Colonials ice hockey team. Built in 1998, the place hosts a gamut of activities—figure skating, golf, athletic training, fitness center, public skating, and of course, ice hockey. While visitors can come for recreational purposes, RMUISC also offers training and instruction. The place rents out the premises for corporate and kiddie parties.
A distinctive property in the East Liverpool region of the U.S. State of Ohio is the YMCA. The building dates back to 1913, and is a superb representation of the Classic Revival style of architecture. The site was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
The North Hills Art Center almost seems out of place amidst the businesses that line Babcock Blvd. The store may be small, but it features a large selection of artwork by local artists. The pieces are affordable for the average collector. The center also has educational programs for children and adults, as well as monthly exhibits.
Located on Steubenville Pike near Robinson Township, the Twin Hi-Way Drive-In is a popular open-air movie venue. Open during summers and springs, the drive-in showcases the newest of Hollywood flicks. It features a retro-style concession stall that offers quintessential movie theater bites like nachos, hot dogs, popcorn and such. This is a great place to hang out with old pals while getting entertained by the best of current Hollywood.
The city's Cultural Trust has given a new lease of life to this once run-down venue, transforming it into a premier location. Its specially-designed orchestral stage, vantage seating arrangements and clear, yet not harsh, sound system makes it particularly well-suited for musical events. The theater's old-time interiors, with copper cherubs, mosaic floors, stained-glass windows and gold-leaf frescos are still preserved from their glory days in the early 1900s. Big international names like Anoushka Shankar mesmerize audiences, alongside Broadway and comedy shows. Browse the website for event schedules and enjoy some beautiful music in surreal surroundings.
This hall can accommodate up to 1000 people and is a popular place for weddings, banquets and business conventions. Concerts and many other musical fetes have been hosted by this venue. And if your boss has assigned you the task of finding a place to host a fundraiser or a corporate event, then look no further.
National acts perform in the country at the Post Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake. The pavilion features a huge stage that sits in a slight valley, surrounded by a gently rising lawn on all sides. There are seats under the pavilion roof and on the lawn. A variety of refreshment and drink stands are available, serving items like beer, cappuccinos, subs, ribs, and wings. No drinks or food can be carried into the pavilion. Parking is available on site.
The Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center being located in the downtown area is an ideal venue for hosting varied events. It comprises of a meeting room, banquet hall, patio and an auditorium. Be it a corporate training session or a social gathering, it is well equipped to handle all with great deal of efficiency. You can also arrange a ballroom event at the classy hall, which accommodates nearly 325 guests. The venue is armed with the latest and modern sound and light equipments. The on-site free parking services adds to the convenience.