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- We discovered a total of 26 date ideas in or near Weirton, West Virginia, including 22 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, East Liverpool, Wheeling and Pittsburgh.
A non profit community theater organization, the Butler Little Theatre Group presents an array of productions, including comedies, dramas, and mysteries. The group holds auditions, and offers a wealth of backstage experiences for volunteers.
Opened in 1926, the Stambaugh Auditorium features a three tier concert hall accommodating 2,553 people. The auditorium also offers a 9,700 foot Grand Ballroom and a second, smaller recital hall. The rooms can be rented for concerts and other events.
Take a trip back in time at Pioneer Drive-In Theatre in Butler, Pennsylvania. Celebrating the pastime of drive-in movies, the facility boasts five screens playing current movies as well as an array of snacks to enjoy with the entertainment.
A city landmark built in 1926, the Canton Palace Theatre staged dramatic plays, comedies, speeches, and also hosted film screenings. Also, this is the home of the Canton Ballet. In here is found also the original 1926 Kilgen Organ.
With Wooster Food Tours, visitors can explore the architecture of the city while enjoying bites to eat from local eateries. During the tour, visitors will receive narration on the history of the city from their guide.
Creativity and commerce are the two words which best describe the Downtown Canton Arts District. Besides the 7 galleries and the shops pertaining to this domain, in here there are also found restaurants, bars, and public art displays. In the first Friday of each month a public event is organized.
Canton's McKinley Museum is affiliated with the William McKinley Presidential Library. It features a variety of exhibits, including an array of hands-on natural history sections and areas devoted to science and to Presidential history.