When the Oaks Theater of Oakmont opened its doors in 1938, the seats were immediately packed with customers.
The Oaks Theater of Oakmont was state-of-the-art when it opened its doors in November of 1938.
Here are five of the best family/privately owned shows in Pittsburgh, which are across the board cheaper, more personal and intimate.
From scary movies, to free admission days, to good ol’ fashioned family festivals… which to choose! There are loads of free and affordable events going on in Pittsburgh this weekend. LivingPittsburgh.com’s bargainistas Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth highlight some of the best free and affordable ways to enjoy the crisp fall weather in the Burgh this weekend!