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Mt. Lebanon Comes Alive Saturday, August 8th with ULTRAparty
Date:7/28/2009

Former Steeler Robin Cole to Appear

PITTSBURGH, July 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Uptown Mt. Lebanon is the place to be Saturday, August 8, as Experience LEBO and Miller Lite present the third annual ULTRAparty, Mt. Lebanon's premiere summer street party event, from 8 p.m. to midnight.

ULTRAparty provides an opportunity for the young (and young-at-heart!) to literally party in the street-- Rt. 19/Washington Road closes to vehicular traffic from Cedar Blvd. to Castle Shannon Blvd.-- and enjoy live music and refreshments in Uptown Mt. Lebanon.

Popular '80s cover band VELVEETA takes the stage at 8 p.m., and for a $5 cover, those 21 and over can purchase Miller Lite or Heineken and enjoy food and drinks on the street. New additions this year include a visit from Robin Cole, All-Pro Steelers linebacker and two-time Super Bowl champion during the "Steel Curtain" era, who will be on hand greeting fans and signing autographs, and a silent auction featuring sports memorabilia including autographed Steelers and Penguins items.

The Autism Center of Pittsburgh, the only facility in Western Pennsylvania that offers speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, psychological evaluations and parent support and information all in one place, will benefit from ULTRAparty. One of its three locations is on Washington Road in Mt. Lebanon.

"Proceeds from ULTRAparty will allow the Autism Center to provide services and support for people affected by autism in our area," explained Anne Fleming Babish, event chair. "What better way to spend a Saturday night than by partying in the street, enjoying the music and sipping a cold drink while supporting a great cause! "

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