West Homestead announces summer recreation schedule
By Daily News
Published: Thursday, May 16, 2013, 3:51 a.m.
West Homestead has released its 2013 recreation schedule.
All borough youngsters can take part in the program at Calhoun Park, running weekdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from June 5 through July 12.
Lunches are served each day.
The schedule includes card and board games on Mondays, arts and crafts on Wednesdays, and special events on Fridays including a treasure hunt June 7, pet show June 14, magic show June 21 and talent show July 5.
There are field trips, a public safety day June 28 and Allegheny County Sports Clinics on July 3 and 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Eight field trips are slated, six for the kids, two for the adults to Rivers Casino on June 18 and July 1.
Field trips for the kids are planned to Playmor Bowling Lanes in Lincoln Place on June 11 and July 2 ($8 per person), Pittsburgh Zoo on June 13 ($9), Gateway Clipper on June 20 ($9, lunch not included in the price), Round Hill Park on June 27 ($5) and Idlewild Park on July 11 ($26 per person, lunch not included).
There's a picnic day with games, races, hot dogs and hamburgers July 8 at Calhoun Park.
The season ends with a movie day July 12 at the AMC Waterfront theater, where “Monsters University” will be shown in 3D. The price of $16.25 per person covers a movie ticket, popcorn, candy and pop.
For more details call John G. Dindak at 412-670-4613.
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