Friday, May 10, 2013
The trampoline park, open to all ages, shapes and sizes, infuses family fun with fitness.
A new indoor trampoline park in the Leetsdale Industrial Park is set to offer guests a high-flyin' experience starting on Wednesday. When Sky Zone opens the doors to 740 Brickworks Drive, visitors will find a seemingly endless sea of wall-to-wall trampoline courts under high ceilings. Joel Karg, general manager, said Sky Zone has five trampoline courts, including the main 5,000-square-foot court, two dodgeball courts, a Sky Slam court with two basketball rims and a three-lane foam pit. "It’s a wonderful place to kind of come in the door, leave your worries and cares at the door and get rid of the stresses of life for an hour or so," Karg said. Guests of all ages, shapes and sizes can bounce and leap with "open jump," opt for a friendly "…
Friday, March 8, 2013
Construction is nearly complete on the center which is located just past Lowe's Home Improvement store.
Looking for something fun to do with the kids before Easter? The newly constructed Doodlebugs Childrens Center in the McCandless Crossings plaza will host a grand opening and open house Friday March 22 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Included in the activities will be an Easter Egg Hunt both Friday and Saturday, children's activities and refreshments, tours of the facility, local child-related businesses onsite and a book donation drive to benefit Heritage Community Initiatives. Doodlebugs is a child care and early education program of the Buffalo and Rochester, NY communities. The new day care will be located in the west section of McCandless Crossing on Duncan Avenue, just past Lowe's on the left. Like us on …
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Steelers linebacker Larry Foote and Pitt basketball coach Jamie Dixon will be among the celebrities at the store's festivities.
Pine-Richland residents will have a chance to get up close and personal with local professional athletes and coaches this weekend at the grand opening of the new Dick’s Sporting Goods. Located in the Cranberry Crossroads plaza along Route 228, the two-story, freestanding store opens its doors Wednesday. An official launch, including a ribbon-cutting ceremony, will be held at 8 a.m. Friday. Special extended store hours will be in effect for Friday (8 a.m. to 10 p.m.), Saturday (8 a.m. to 10 p.m.) and Sunday (9 a.m. to 8 p.m.) A variety of special athlete appearances and giveaways are scheduled throughout the weekend to celebrate the relocation. Dick’s is moving from the space it occupied for years in the Cranberry Square retail plaza on …
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Store offers organic foods, sustainable seafood and a Brew & Brau.
Ladies: Whole Foods is going to offer you and your man a whole new shopping experience. Sure, there's the organic foods, dry-aged beef, humane treatment of animals, sustainably sourced seafood. But here's the secret to shopping with your man: There's a pub! The newest Whole Foods Market's grand opening is at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Wednesday) in Wexford Square at 10576 Perry Highway. But first, there's the Whole Foods Market traditional bread-breaking ceremony, a unique twist on a ribbon cutting. Tastings, live music, cooking programs, tours and more are planned for opening day. Workers at the 34,000-square-foot store gave tours Monday to the media and members of the public, many of whom had reserved a spot via the market's Facebook and Twitter …
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Grand opening will include music and product demonstrations throughout the store.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
When Whole Foods Market in Wexford opens its doors May 2, it will take a unique twist on the traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony. A bread-breaking ceremony will be held in advance of the 10 a.m. official opening for the store at 10576 Perry Highway that features natural and organic foods. Live music and product demonstrations throughout the store will be part of the day's festivities. Here are some of the features at the new store. The unique design of the new store includes recycled and reclaimed materials top to bottom and also features two dedicated electric-car charging stations, free for customers. Customer service will offer grocery-carrying assistance, free Wi-Fi in the café, and Nickels for Non-Profits—a 5-cent reward for every …
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Celebrity chefs, food samples, entertainers and more entertained shoppers at the grand opening for the Market District store in the Village at Pine.
A juggling unicyclist beside a Market District ice sculpture greeted shoppers this morning at the grand opening of the newly dubbed Pine Market District, which until yesterday was known simply as Giant Eagle. By 9 a.m. cars filled the parking lot, and shoppers meandered through the tasting stations inside as a full day of festivities began to celebrate the store's new status. The grand opening festivities will continue through Sunday in the store at 155 Towne Centre Drive in Wexford, which is the fifth Market District in the Giant Eagle chain. The others are in the South Hills, Shadyside, Robinson and Columbus OH. Celebrity chefs, ice sculptors, a cheese carver, an ice-skating rink in the parking lot, food samples and characters dressed …
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Grand opening celebrated with ribbon-cutting ceremony.
By 8:30 a.m., the crowd was already starting to gather for the official opening of Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania's newest location in Richland Township. Store employees welcomed the early shoppers to the new 11,000-square-foot store located at the intersection of Routes 8 and 910. President and CEO Michael Smith greeted shoppers right before he and other Goodwill officials cut the ribbon at the front entrance, allowing shoppers to peruse more than 35,000 garments and other items for sale in the store. “Our stores are what drive the funds for our programming. The more stores we have, the more sales we have, the more we serve,” he said. The Richland Township store is the first Goodwill Store and Donation Center to open in 2011, but …
Monday, January 17, 2011
Gateway Analytical's state-of-the-art equipment makes company's work look like something from episode of "CSI".
Imagine a bloody fingerprint -- invisible to the naked eye -- on a shirt at a crime scene. Now imagine that same shirt being viewed under hyperspectral imaging, a process of using infrared and fluorescent light to magnify forensic evidence to less than 1/100 width of a human hair. That is what forensic scientists using state-of-the-art equipment at Gateway Analytical in Richland Township do every day to perform what is seemingly impossible . With television shows like "NCIS" and "CSI" becoming more commonplace, so too is the field of forensic science. Gateway Analytical, a subsidiary of ChemImage Corp., quietly opened its headquarters at 4156 Kenneth Drive, Gibsonia, in September. The analytical testing and consulting company services the …