Cinema. 2:15 pm - 3:00 pm
Concert. 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Chipotle 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Discover the heart of the world. Watch Jerusalem The Movie at Carnegie Science Center, at 2:15pm:
In this new film from National Geographic, take an inspiring and eye-opening tour of one of the world's oldest and most enigmatic cities, through the eyes of three women who call it home. Jerusalem is the Promised Land for the Jews, the Holy Land to Christians, and the Land of the Prophets to the Muslim world.
Explore this city in all its beauty and diversity on Pittsburgh BIGGEST screen. Thrill to all of Jerusalem's historical, spiritual, cultural, and archaeological importance in this a cinematic journey illuminating global public opinion and understanding.
Explore Jerusalem Movie
Tickets: Members: $7.50 adult / $5.50 child and non-members: $8.50 adult / $6.50 child
Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra - 2014 Spring Concert: “Dmitri’s 10th”
Shostakovich – Symphony No. 10
Gliere’s Harp Concerto - featuring Sophia Sunha Lee, winner of PYSO’s annual concerto competition
The Moldau, from Ma Vlast by Smetana
It's free, but you have to print your ticket
Nathaniel Hoyt and Jacinta Marie Roberts are playing!
Conversations about Culture. :-) Menu
Sign up list for those who need a ride:
Do not even think about signing up for a ride on the day of this event. Sing up early! We can't guarantee that we will find a ride for you but we will try hard. :-)
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