Monday would have been Jimmy Stewart’s 105th birthday and in celebration, the Jimmy Stewart museum will present the film “Thank You Jimmy Stewart!” on Saturday.
The film is a reflection on the Pittsburgh and New York performances of the same show by Chris Collins. The show is a one-person condensed tribute to three of Stewart’s films: “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” “Harvey” and “It’s a Wonderful Life,” all told through the perspective of characters that Stewart played in the films.
Admission to the event, which is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. tomorrow, is free. However, it is limited to the first fifty guests. You can call to reserve at spot at 724-349-6112.