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Sep
17

Penn Township Fall Festival

5:00 PM
Penn Township Municipal Building Harrison City, PA
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Sep
18

Chris Porter Headlines the Improv

7:30 PM
Pittsburgh Improv Comedy Club Homestead, PA
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Sep
18

The Hu

8:00 PM
Carnegie Library Music Hall of Homestead Homestead, PA
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Sep
18
Sep
18

Penn Township Fall Festival

10:30 AM
Penn Township Municipal Building Harrison City, PA
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Sep
19

Chris Porter

7:00 PM
Pittsburgh Improv Pittsburgh, PA
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Sep
19

Chris Porter

9:30 PM
Pittsburgh Improv Pittsburgh, PA
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