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Saturday - August 31, 2013

| Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Leah Woodard, 19 and Alec Mutschler, 19, both of Uptown enjoy the afternoon at the fountain at Point State Park, Saturday.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Lower Burrell native and chairman of the Allegheny chapter of Delta Waterfowl Don Taylor (left) and Clinton native and member of Delta Waterfowl Ryan Slaney, 23, set up their blinds in a demonstration for preparing for the September resident goose season Saturday.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Don Taylor, 38 of Lower Burrell (left) and Chairman of the Allegheny chapter of Delta Waterfowl and Ryan Slaney 23, of Clinton and member of Delta Waterfowl sit in their blinds in a demonstration for preparing for the September resident goose hunting season in Clinton, Saturday.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Don Taylor, 38 of Lower Burrell (left) and Chairman of the Allegheny chapter of Delta Waterfowl and Ryan Slaney 23, of Clinton and member of Delta Waterfowl set up their blinds in a demonstration for preparing for the September resident goose hunting season in Clinton, Saturday.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Don Taylor, 38 of Lower Burrell (left) and Chairman of the Allegheny chapter of Delta Waterfowl sets up his blind in a demonstration for preparing for the September resident goose hunting season in Clinton, Saturday.
Jim Knights with some of the 900 (soon to be) baked potatoes that were wrapped up Saturday, August 31, 2013 in preparation for the Freemasons 39th annual Ox Roast on Monday. This was taken at the Master of Harmony Lodge 429 in Zelienople.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Grace Miller, 5, of New Jersey, adds paint onto a spinning 45 rpm vinyl record, Saturday, August 31, 2013. Grace and other children visiting the Carnegie Science Center had the opportunity to create an art project thanks to the Citiparks Roving Art Cart. The Spin Art machine was bicycle powered and presented in conjunction with the Science Center's newest exhibit, 'Bikes: Science on Two Wheels.' After the paint dried, the young artists had a vinyl souvenir to take home and display. Grace was on vacation visiting family in Robinson for the holiday weekend.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Morgan Duty, 6, of Brighton Heights, adds paint in her favorite color, pink, onto a spinning 45 rpm vinyl record, Saturday, August 31, 2013, while older sister, Olivia, 9, watches. The girls and and other children visiting the Carnegie Science Center had the opportunity to create an art project thanks to the Citiparks Roving Art Cart. The Spin Art machine was bicycle powered and presented in conjunction with the Science Center's newest exhibit, 'Bikes: Science on Two Wheels.' After the paint dried, the young artists had a vinyl souvenir to take home and display.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Julian Butler, 12, of East Liberty, adds paint onto a spinning 45 rpm vinyl record, Saturday, August 31, 2013. Julian and and other young people visiting the Carnegie Science Center had the opportunity to create an art project thanks to the Citiparks Roving Art Cart. The Spin Art machine was bicycle powered and presented in conjunction with the Science Center's newest exhibit, 'Bikes: Science on Two Wheels.' After the paint dried, the young artists had a vinyl souvenir to take home and display.

Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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