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February, 2009 in Pittsburgh

Ceremony: Heinz Memorial Chapel
Reception: Four Points By Sheraton Pittsburgh North


Heinz Memorial Chapel - Ceremony - 5th Ave & S Bellefield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA, US

Heinz Memorial Chapel

5th Ave & S Bellefield Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, US


Four Points By Sheraton Pittsburgh North - Reception - 910 Sheraton Drive, Mars, PA, United States

Four Points By Sheraton Pittsburgh North

910 Sheraton Drive
Mars, PA, United States


Motel 6

19025 Perry Hwy
Mars, PA, United States


Super 8 Motel Cranberry Pittsburgh

929 Sheraton Dr.
Mars, PA, United States


Dave & Buster's - Restaurant - 180 Waterfront Dr E, Homestead, PA, United States

Dave & Busters

180 Waterfront Dr E
Homestead, PA, United States

"Rehersal Dinner & Games on Friday 2/13/08 @ 7pm. No matter what you like, you'll find it at Dave & Buster's. Whether it's the action of their exclusive interactive games and simulators, enjoying great food served in a casual, yet elegant, setting, their fun and spirited bars or playing classic favorites like world class pocket billiards and skeeball they've created a unique experience that has something for everyone. Dave & Buster's is the place where adults go for fun!"


Primanti Brothers - Restaurant - 200 Executive Dr, Cranberry Twp, PA, United States

Primanti Brothers

200 Executive Dr
Cranberry Twp, PA, United States

"Reed Sorenson presents Primanti Bros. with the "Tumstastic Award" for "Best Food Eaten with Fingers and Thumbs""


Privilege UltraLounge - Entertainment - 1650 Smallman St, Pittsburgh, PA, 15222, US

Privilege UltraLounge

1650 Smallman St
Pittsburgh, PA 15222, US

"Wedding Reception After Party for the late night party goers! Transportation will be provided from the Four Points Sheraton North @ 10:30pm! Privil"


Andy Warhol Museum - Attraction - 117 Sandusky St, Pittsburgh, PA, 15212, US

Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh: The Andy Warhol Museum

117 Sandusky St
Pittsburgh, PA, United States

"The museum, housed in a renovated seven-floor warehouse building, displays more than 500 works of art, drawn from its extensive collections of works by Andy Warhol in all media, as well as from its huge archives and a collection of works by other artists. The galleries are ever-changing, exhibiting works arranged in an integrated, interdisciplinary manner. With film, video, and archival materials shown together with paintings, prints, and drawings, the museum offers the visitor a comprehensive presentation of the development of Warhol's work."


Heinz Field

100 Art Rooney Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, United States

"Heinz Field isn't just a destination on game days, but throughout the year. The 2008 fall schedule includes home games for the Steelers and University of Pittsburgh. Also, enjoy the taping of the McDonald's Steelers KidZone Show and the Hines Ward Show, which take place in the Coca-Cola Great Hall and East Club Lounge."


Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium - Attraction - 1 Wild Pl, Pittsburgh, PA, 15206, US

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium

1 Wild Place
Pittsburgh, PA, United States

"The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is open every day of the year except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's days. Located five miles east of downtown Pittsburgh, the Zoo is a 77-acre facility that is home to thousands of animals representing hundreds of diverse species. Committed to education, research, and wildlife conservation, the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is actively involved in 23 Species Survival Plans and proudly exhibits 22 threatened or endangered species. The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is one of only six major zoo and aquarium combinations in the country."


PNC Park - Attraction - 115 Federal St, Pittsburgh, PA, United States

PNC Park

115 Federal St
Pittsburgh, PA, United States

"PNC Park, which opened in spring 2001, is a classic-style ballpark, an intimate facility that embraces the progressiveness of Pittsburgh while saluting the spirit of early ballpark originals such as Forbes Field, Wrigley Field and Fenway Park"