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Join us for some history and education in the Burgh. We’ll board our motorcoach and travel to St. Anthony Chapel in Troy Hill. Built in 1880 by Fr. Suitbert Mollinger, who was at that time pastor of Most Holy Name of Jesus Parish in the neighborhood of Troy Hill, the chapel now houses 4,000 to 5,000 religious relics, making it the largest collection of relics outside the Vatican.
A great buffet lunch will be served at Max’s Allegheny Tavern in the North Side. Low-key tavern with old-fashioned décor serving a menu of German pub grub plus a full bar. (A flight of steps is involved.)
After lunch, we’ll stop at Randyland, yet another unique collection, but it’s art, not relics… Folk artist Randy Gilson’s landmark building is filled with vividly colored, upbeat murals & objects.
A possible tour is in the planning stages of the Calvary United Methodist Church also in the North Side.
MAY 7, 2020
Involves Walking and Steps
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