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Three Rivers Arts Festival schedule for Saturday, Sunday

| Saturday, June 2, 2007

Today

Noon: Five Guys Named Moe, Stanwix Triangle Stage

Noon-8 p.m.: Make It Happen!, Duquesne Light Artists Market

2:30 p.m.: Devilish Merry, Ballyhoo Bridge Stage, The Magic Garden Family Festival

4 p.m.: panPittsburgh2007 with Ambridge Area High School Steeldrum Band, Ballyhoo Bridge Stage, The Magic Garden Family Festival

5 p.m.: Butterfly Release, Buggy Bog, The Magic Garden Family Festival

6 p.m.: Jon Check, Stanwix Triangle Stage

7:30 p.m.: Martin Sexton, Stanwix Triangle Stage

7:30 p.m.: 4th River Project: "The Green Hills of the Earth: Poetry of the Fantastic," 121 7th Street, 6th Floor. Admission: $5 at the door

8 p.m.: 4th River Project: "To Suffer the Silence," 937 Liberty Ave., 2nd Floor. Admission: $5 at the door

8 p.m.: 4th River Project: "Dr. Goddess Goes to Jail," 542 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater. Admission: $5 at the door

8 p.m.: 4th River Project: "American Humbug," 937 Liberty Ave., 1st Floor. Admission: $5 at the door

Sunday

Noon-6 p.m .: Make It Happen!, Duquesne Light Artists Market

2 p.m.: 4th River Project: "American Humbug," 937 Liberty Ave. Admission: $5 at the door

2 p.m.: 4th River Project: "To Suffer the Silence," 937 Liberty Ave., Second Floor. Admission: $5 at the door

2:30 p.m.: Devilish Merry, Ballyhoo Bridge Stage, The Magic Garden Family Festival

4 p.m.: panPittsburgh2007 with Chartiers Valley High School, Ballyhoo Bridge Stage, The Magic Garden Family Festival

5 p.m.: Butterfly Release, Buggy Bog, The Magic Garden Family Festival

6 p.m.: Ozomatli, Stanwix Triangle Stage

7 p.m.: 4th River Project: "Dr. Goddess Goes to Jail," 542 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater. Admission: $5 at the door

7:30 p.m.: 4th River Project: "Poetry of Today's Pittsburgh," 121 Seventh St., Sixth Floor. Admission: $5 at the door

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