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This Weeks Events
Monday, October 22
Tuesday, October 23
Enjoy a Live Cooking Demonstration by Chef Lisa featuring Edgewood Winery.
Wednesday, October 24
The Westmoreland Diversity Coalition invites you to their annual Unity Celebration featuring agencies and organizations from throughout Westmoreland County as well as performances and presentations! The celebration theme is Make Our Difference out Strengths and will begin at 4 pm.
Relax at The Westmoreland from 5 pm – 7 pm after your long work day! Grab some bites from the food truck in the parking lot!
Thursday, October 25
Everyone’s favorite race through the streets of Downtown Greensburg and this year, the spooktacular Great Race of Greensburg is back – and with a Halloween theme. Teams will race around Downtown Greensburg exploring a variety of landmarks, retail shops, eateries, pubs and other businesses while completing puzzles, activities and tasks to receive clues to their next destination to vie for the grand prize.
Friday, October 26
The Biggest, Baddest and Best live Rocky is BACK! Join us at our new second weekend location at the WCCC Science Hall Auditorium for the greatest Halloween Party in Town! Come dressed! Bring Props! Get ready to get Crazy! Friday, October 26 – 8pm & Midnight! Saturday, October 27 – 8pm & Midnight!
Saturday, October 27
Satya Yoga invites you to their Buti Glow session with Advanced But Glow instructor, Sarah Stevey. This special class is done under backlights with glow in the dark body paint. This fusion of cardio-intense tribal dance, creative asana and dynamic movements will get you moving. Pre-register today! Tickets are only $20!
Celebrate the season with Fall Family Day at Historic Hanna’s Town! Fun activities and crafts for children, an encampment and military demonstration by John Proctor’s Militia, a book talk by a local historian, reenactments, and tours.
Have fun with fears and folklore of the 18th century! This special tour of Historic Hanna’s Town looks at the Scots Irish origins of Hallowe’en and what people were afraid of in the 18th century. This is not a ghost tour, but in the flickering candlelight, we may see shadows of things that once were, and hear echoes from the past.
Dress up in your best Halloween costume for a chance to win prizes at Hugo’s Taproom. Giveaways and specials throughout the evening with Sandwitchcraft Food Truck from 7-10. FREE samples of Invisible Man Brewing’s Black Wizard’s Pumpkin Porter —Brewery opening soon in downtown Greensburg