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Free & Affordable Fridays: Jan. 14, 2011

January 14, 2011 7:41 AM

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(Photo Credit: City of Pittsburgh Website)

(Photo Credit: City of Pittsburgh Website)

Looking for a great deal in the ‘Burgh? Pittsburgh’s bargainistas, Heather Walsh & Rachel Booth of LivingPittsburgh.com, find great deals all over Pittsburgh and put them in one place so they’re easy to find. They pick their top five bargains or free events & activities for the week ahead and share them on Free & Affordable Fridays each week on Pittsburgh Today Live. Here are their picks for Jan. 14, 2011. This week, the focus is on lots of FREE family fun!

Mascot Skate at Schenley

Schenley Park Ice Rink
1 Overlook Dr.
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213
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Skate with a menagerie of your favorite area mascots on the ice. Just $3 to $4!

MLK Jr. Day in the Park

Schenley Park Ice Rink
1 Overlook Dr.
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213
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FREE community day! Enjoy refreshments, ice skating, sledding, arts & crafts, snowshoeing, art projects, educational activities, Tyke Hikes & more.

Family Fun Open House

Pittsburgh Glass Center
5472 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15206
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FREE family-friendly event at the Pittsburgh Glass Center featuring glass blowing demonstrations and hands-on activities throughout the day.

FREE Day at the Science Center & FREE Day at the August Wilson Center

Carnegie Science Center
1 Allegheny Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15212
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August Wilson Center
980 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222
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In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., you can take advantage of these FREE admission days at both the Carnegie Science Center and The August Wilson Center.

Tiny Tots Symphony Concert (Fast & Slow: The Tortoise and the Hare)

Heinz Hall
600 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222
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FREE performances at Heinz Hall throughout the winter season for the littlest of symphony-goers.

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