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he Carnegie Museum of Art is marking the golden anniversary of a Holiday Tree custom that began in 1961.
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Close to Pittsburgh, just off the I-79 North Mt. Nebo exit, lies Reilly’s Summer Seat Farm where you can take the kids on a hayride with Santa (Saturdays in December). Enjoy Christmas in the Country with your family at this local farm, and be sure to check out the on-site log cabin which was built in the late 1700s and the turn-of-the-century barn built in 1909.