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There are many free and low-cost activities for Bigs and Littles in and around Beaver County. Please bookmark this page to sign up for various options and to find ideas!

TFK is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing opportunities for children in the areas of culture, recreation and education. TFK emails updated event information to our agency so that we can request tickets to those events. Events from those emails will be made available to you to attend with your Little. Information is emailed. Not all events are published due to the increased request for tickets, so if you know of an upcoming event (example: Disney on Ice) and it is not published, tickets may still be able to be requested. Tickets can be requested by contacting Bev Evans at or 724.843.4600 ext. 32.​


Tickets are always available for the following places:

Carnegie Museum of Art & Natural History – visit the dinosaurs!

Carnegie Science Center & Sports Works

The Andy Warhol Museum (best for ages 12 & up)


Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

Children’s Museum (best for ages 7 & under)



Heinz History Center

Pittsburgh Aviary

* Always check with us for Pirates games and other events throughout the city for the possibility of free tickets.

Pinball PA

For $20 total, you and your Little can enjoy unlimited play for 2 hours at Pittsburgh's best vintage arcade, Pinball PA, located in Hopewell Twp. Contact Bev Evans at or 724.843.4600 ext. 32 to receive a voucher.

Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center

LPPAC generously offers no-cost tickets for Bigs and Littles to their season of performances. Visit their website for dates and times of upcoming shows. Ticket requests can be made by emailing Rachel Crisci at



YMCA of Beaver County

Bigs and Littles can use the YMCA facilities for free on certain dates and times each month. Please see the calendar to the right for details.

Throughout the school year, the Beaver County YMCA hosts a Youth Supper on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. Dinner is served from 5:30-6 PM in the YMCA Commons Building, followed by free swim lessons in the pool from YMCA staff. This program provides the youth of Beaver County with a safe and positive place to go for healthy fun. This program is free and open to anyone in the community. More information in the Pdf to the right. 

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