Rusty NailJoe's Rusty Nail Restaurant
560 Lincoln Avenue - Bellevue
Breakfast Menu - Regular Menu - Catering Menu
Call 412-766-9228 for Specials
Open 7 Days a Week 8:00am to 9:00pm
(No Credit Cards - ATM Inside)
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Open for Take-outs During Corona Virus Pandemic

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Local Businesses Open
Joe's Rusty Nail is open for take-out orders. Hours are 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.
T&M Hardware is open. Hours are 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Huhn's Market is open. Hours are (Mon - Sat) 8:00 am to 10:00 pm
(Sun) 8:00 am to 9:00 pm

Crafters Wanted
 Avalon Apple Blossom Festival 2020

Trinity Lutheran Church and the borough of Avalon are looking for crafters to participate in the 20th annual “Avalon Apple Blossom Festival” on Saturday May 9th. The event will run from 11AM to 4PM outside in front of the borough hall and the church on California Ave. Cost is only $20 per space. We welcome all individuals and organizations to participate. Bring your own table. Space is limited. For more information please call Trinity at 412 761-4010 or Denny at 412 761-5416.  
Your word is all we need. Set up time is between 8 and 9 AM Sat morning. This way you can drive down to your space and unload. We ask that you put your car in another parking lot.  You can mail a check to the church-Trinity Lutheran Church 838 California Ave. Avalon, Pa. 15202 or pay that day. Space is limited so if you change your mind, please call us.

Bellevue Troop Banners
Bellevue Veterans Association (BVA) will honor veterans this year by displaying banners along Lincoln Avenue between Memorial Day and Veterans Day. If you would like to remember and honor your veteran family member, the BVA will be taking orders on Saturdays and Sundays between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm at the John A Hermann Memorial Art Museum, located at 318 Lincoln Ave, Bellevue, PA 15202. For more information, go to and search for Bellevue Troop Banners.

Hermann Museum
The John A. Hermann, Jr. Memorial Art Museum is looking for volunteer docents. The museum, located at 318 Lincoln Ave in Bellevue, has been reborn over the past few years and offers the community and elsewhere an experience of fine art. Docents will be trained to give tours of John Hermann's collection of over 1,000 peieces of paintings, bronze statues and ivory. If interested and a lover of the arts, please contact Paul Cusick at or on 412-860-4283.

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