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In the mid-18th century, during the French and Indian War, Pittsburgh was little more than a military fort named Fort Duquesne. At the same time, 50 miles to the east, a similar situation was playing out in current-day Ligonier. In more recent history, Ligonier has become well known and especially loved for its kid-friendly amusement parks. With its close proximity to Pittsburgh, its family friendly environment and dually educational and inspirational surroundings, it’s time you made a trip to Ligonier part of your family history.
Pittsburgh’s fall festivals are an excellent excuse to get outside after the summer heat subsides. Outdoor adventures, good food, drink and celebrations of the area’s heritage and history abound at the best fall festivals in the Pittsburgh area. From pumpkin patches to Oktoberfest, this city has something for fest-goers of every kind.
Festivals are a summertime tradition! So, KDKA has compiled a list of some of the fairs, carnivals, festivals and celebrations that will be happening in and around the Pittsburgh area during the summer of 2012.
There are loads of activities for you to enjoy in Pittsburgh this weekend without breaking the bank and Living Pittsburgh.com’s bargainistas Heather Walsh and Rachel have a look at some of the highlights!
NewsRadio 1020 KDKA is Cruisin’ into events all year round – find out where we’ll be next!