Fun things to do this November in Greensburg

Friday, November 1

All Saints’ Day

Music, food, craft beers and friends! Miss Meatball Food Truck 6pm-9pm, 2 Bands starting at 7pm * Willow Hill  &* Supper String Band

Chicago

Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse, Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Directed by Denise Pullen. It’s the roaring 20’s in jazz age Chicago. When Velma and Roxie are accused of murder, lawyer Billy Flynn turns their cases into media sensations, pulling out all the stops to generate fame and notoriety. This Tony award winning musical lights up the stage with scintillating dance and syncopated songs: “All That Jazz,” “Cell Block Tango,” and “Mr. Cellophane.” At the Seton Hill Performing Arts Center November 1, 2 & 3.

Saturday, November 2

We’re Having a Party

Join Canine Confections in celebrating Magnum’s 1st Birthday and Stella’s 5th Adoption Day on Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 11 am to 3 pm. Every doggie that stops in that day will receive doggie cake, doggie ice cream and a special doggie treat.

Sawyer at Scooby’s 

Sawyer plays Rush in the original keys with an emphasis on the early catalog. Radio hits and deep-cut epics from Analog Kid to Xanadu!

Sunday, November 3

Community Day: Fall Spooktacular 

The Westmoreland celebrates fall beginning at 11am! Wear your Halloween costume if you like and take part in the costume contest. Plus, plan to have lots of fall fun with pumpkin carving, spooky stories, face painting, hot apple cider, art making activities and more! 

Canvas 4 A Cause

The fee is $35 payable to Traci Naugle by Nov 1 Traci Naugle and Amy Fauth are co-sponsoring this Paint party FUNraiser to benefit Blackburn Center|Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence [PCADV] Seats will fill up quickly so register today!! 

Tuesday, November 5

Areas Original Local Farmers’ Market 

The Farmers’ Market in Downtown Greensburg Begins 2:30-6pm S. Pennsylvania Ave Next to DV8! 

Wednesday, November 6

Getting Started with Your Family History

Curious about your family history but don’t know where to start? Learn what resources the Library has and how to start your search for your family origins. Register online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620, ext. 2.

Thursday, November 7

Andy & Natalie Gregg at All Saints Brewing Co. 

Beginning at 6pm! Head down to All Saints Brewing to listen to some great Singer/Songwriter, Classic & Outlaw Country! 

Winter “Happy Hour” Live! 

Every Thursday from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 pm. join us for Winter “Happy Hour” Live! This Thursday Sam & Diane will be performing! 

Friday, November 8

2019 Marketing Summit 

Join Laurel Highlands business owners and marketers to learn the latest trends in digital marketing and beyond from industry leaders. This year we welcome an Emmy award-winning journalist, influencers and speakers from RedShift, 1st Team Advertising, Soup’s Marketing, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and MeaningfulLife, LLC.

Grand Re-Opening

Please join us as we celebrate the completion of our expansion project!
• 20-50% off store-wide prices (some exclusions apply)
• Featuring expanded collections from our top designers
• With event purchase be entered to win a $25 gift card from a local Greensburg business

Art on Tap: Winter Lights

Join the Westmoreland Museum of Art  for their first ever Winter Lights! At 6:30pm, we will throw the switch on our winter lights display. Throughout the evening, enjoy a specialty hot chocolate and s’mores bar fire pit, an outdoor winter lounge, and an immersive light display that is sure to brighten your spirits! Cost: $10 members/$15 non-members (provides one drink and cash bar after)

Light Up Night at the Mall

Enjoy a performance from Stage Right! after the parade in Center Court. Then countdown with Santa for the holidays to officially begin and we light up the mall for the holiday season! Parade starts at Mall Entrance near Macy’s at 7pm. Santa is available for pictures immediately following the parade! The Hempfield High School Marching Band will lead Santa in a parade through the mall starting at 7pm!

Candle Light Open House 

The Westmoreland History Shop, newly reopened in the Westmoreland History Education Center, will offer holiday specials and tea. Enjoy wassail, savories, and candlelit ambiance in Hanna’s Tavern. FREE after-hours event at Historic Hanna’s Town to kick off the holiday season beginning at 4pm!

Family Fun Night at the YMCA 

Members and Fall 2 Program Participants are invited to share an evening with their immediate family doing fun activities here at the Y. We will have activities to do in the gym and pool and a craft, too! This event is intended to bring our families together for a time of fun and sharing. Family Fun Nights are free to members and Fall 2 Program Participants. $5 for Non-Members. (Restrictions Apply)

Saturday, November 9

Pet Photos with Santa at Petagogy Greensburg

Bring your pets to Petagogy Greensburg on Saturday, November 9 for photos with Santa taken by expert local pet photographer Jessica Wasik of Bark & Gold Photography! Jessica will take a free digital photo of your pet(s) sitting with Santa and provide options for ordering prints, holiday cards and more!* Pets will be seen on a first come, first served basis and must be comfortable around other animals and people. If your pet is unable to be around other animals but would still like to be photographed with Santa, please email info@petagogy.com by November 6! 

2019 Library Liberations

The Greensburg Hempfield Area Library invites you to celebrate an evening of paradise in Hemingway’s Key West! Break out your summer style and join in tropical fun featuring local bites and beverages, plus plenty of surprises.

Tea in 1910 Farmhouse 

Traditional “full tea” that includes savories, scones, sweets, pastries, and freshly brewed tea in the 1910 Steel House at Historic Hanna’s Town. Seating at 2:00 p.m. (11:30 a.m. already sold out). Reservations required. Please call 724-836-1800 x210 to reserve your spot.

A Night of the Music of Shiva Skydriver

Kelsey and Ed will be performing a night of their music, joined by their multi-instrumentalist friend, Clinton Van Gemert at Scooby’s Pub. For this performance, they will be reimagining songs from their first two albums, this year’s singles, and a handful of specially selected covers.

Children’s Saturday Studio: Hide & Seek Animal Art

How can you create camo for your favorite animal? That is what we will be doing in studio this month. We will explore texture, color, and pattern before creating our own camouflaged animal art. From October to May, Children’s Saturday Studio classes are offered once a month for children ages 7–10 and are taught by a professional art instructor. Each class features a fun art-related theme. Advanced registration is required. Cost: $15 members/$20 non-members

Tuesday, November 12

Harlem Wizards Vs. The Golden Lion All-Star

The world-famous Harlem Wizards will visit Greensburg Salem High School’s gym on Tuesday, November 12th at 7:00 p.m. for an evening of great fun and fundraising. The Wizards will play a game against a team of Greensburg Salem administrators, teachers and high school students who are excited to hit the court for a great cause. Proceeds will benefit the Interact Club, who will use the funds to support school, community, and worldwide causes. 

Greensburg YMCA Job Fair

The Greensburg Area YMCA will be hosting a Job Fair on Tuesday, November 12 in the Welcome Center (Lobby). A representative for the various departments for the Y will be present to answer questions about the available positions within the Greensburg Area YMCA. We have something for everyone!

Wednesday, November 13

GBPA Ladies Night 

Ladies, come experience the Downtown Greensburg Shopping District during an evening of shopping, pampering, treats and best of all… a chance to win amazing gift baskets! Official fun starts at 5pm and participating stores will be open till 9pm but you are welcome to visit downtown shops ALL DAY for special deals and offerings!

Spa 309 Salon & Boutique Open House

Everyone is welcome! Wednesday, November 13 from 4-8 pm enjoy Raffles, Give Aways, Gift Baskets and Spa Specials. Happy to have Mara Rago, a local artist exhibit her Fine Art Florals and Spaghetto Art. Bella Terra will provide wine tastings and bottle purchase. Food by Sun Dawg and Cafe Barista.

Free Holiday Photo Shoot 

Don’t worry about your family photo this Holiday- we’ll take it for you – FREE of charge. Stop by our office, choose your prop and we will do the rest – even provide you with the digital photo file. RSVP and reserve your time slot today!

Used Books Sale 

Thanks to the generosity of our community members, we have hundreds of books for purchase in our basement. Sale begins 10:00am-7:00pm!

Thursday, November 14

SIX x ATE: West 

Presented by Casey Droege Cultural Productions SIX x ATE (“six by ate”) invites you to enjoy five-minute presentations from seven artists and a meal from one cuisinier. There are no formal Q & A’s or long-winded introductions, so guests spend most of the evening talking informally while eating and drinking. This relaxed environment encourages real connections, spurring future collaborations and forging new friendships.

Friday, November 15

Flat Tire Pantry Pedal 

This is a charity event that is part bike ride and part food drive. Participants are asked to bring non-perishable food items that will be donated to the Westmoreland Food Bank. The ride will last an hour. All types of bicycles welcome, the route will be through the local neighborhood. Pizza and beverages at the shop after!

City of Greensburg Developers Conference

Join Think Greensburg Friday, November 15, 2019 at the Seton Hill Performing Arts Center to learn more about the development opportunities and incentives in our growing city. Speakers from the Greensburg Community Development Corporation and the City of Greensburg will be there to discuss the various programs and services offered to developers and business owners. Please register for this event November 1st: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/city-of-greensburg-development-conference-tickets-74147141095

Saturday, November 16

Stimulating Beverages: Coffee, Tea, and Chocolates

Americans love their tea, coffee, and hot chocolate, but what is the history of these “stimulating beverages?” Stimulating Beverages: Tea, Coffee, and Chocolate in America explores this history with a flavorful twist. Enjoy a sampling of hot beverages and a hearty variety of finger foods and desserts that are paired with drinks to bring out unique flavors.

Mommy and Me Frozen Day

We can’t let it go! Join us for Frozen 2 painting events in studio now!

Day One Acoustic at Oliver’s Pourhouse

Tom and Brandon acoustic at Oliver’s Pourhouse from 9pm-12am!

Sunday, November 17

Youth Symphony Orchestra Fall Concert 

Join the young musicians of the WYSO Youth Orchestra program for a free concert at Seton Hill Performing Arts Center. The WYSO Philharmonic (high school) opens with two works from the classical period – Mozart’s Overture to the Marriage of Figaro and the first movement of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7.

Hats and Gloves with Love 

Once again, Feeding the Spirit is partnering with Westmoreland Community Action to kick off Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week with our annual hats, scarves and gloves drive. Between now and November 12th, donations can be dropped off at DV8 Espresso Bar and Gallery M-F between 8 AM and 3 PM or Saturdays between 9 AM and Noon. During the week leading up to the event, commencing November 12th, last minute donations can be dropped off directly at Westmoreland Community Action at 226 South Maple Avenue in Greensburg between 9 AM and 3 PM.

Assembly and organization of the bags will commence promptly at 10 AM on November 17th, and we will start moving the bags out into the community as soon as they are ready!!!

Monday, November 18

Mosiacs with Rose Sovyak

Come and create an artifact using glass pieces and your imagination. A decorative mirror, a sun-catcher or a scenic wall piece can be your choice for a relaxing, creative endeavor! All materials provided. Monday Nov 18 1-5:00 $50 Register online or call 724-837-6791 www.greensburgartcenter.org

Wednesday, November 20

Pop-Up Studio: Swirls on Silk

Artist Sue Teems will share with us her process of marbling on fabric and paper. Each participant will complete a unique marbling design on a silk scarf to take home and enjoy. Pop-Up Studios give adults (ages 18 and above) the opportunity to get in touch with their inner artist. Each class explores different techniques and media. No previous art experience is needed. Wine, beer, snacks and materials will be provided. Cost: $25 ($20 for members). Advance registration is required. Registration Deadline: Monday, November 18. To register, click here: https://www.showclix.com/event/pop-up-studio-swirls-on-silk

Thursday, November 21

Sip & Shop Holiday Open House

Roxberry Boutique & Marino’s American Eatery have teamed up for the perfect SIP, SHOP & EAT EXPERIENCE! Join them November 21st  4:00-8:00pm for Roxberry’s Shopping, Sales & Giveaways and Marino’s Dinner Specials & $1.00 off drinks! Grab your friends and enjoy a great night supporting local businesses!

Friday, November 22

Disney’s Newsies!

Set in turn-of-the-century New York City, Newsies is the rousing tale of Jack Kelly, a charismatic newsboy and leader of a band of teenaged “newsies.” When titans of publishing raise distribution prices at the newsboys’ expense. Jack rallies newsies from across the city to strike against the unfair conditions and fight for what’s right! Based on the 1992 motion picture and inspired by a true story, Newsies features a Tony Award-winning score by Alan Menken (Little Shop of Horrors, Sister Act) and Jack Feldman and a book by Tony Award winner Harvey Fierstein (Kinky Boots). Featuring the now classic songs “Carrying the Banner,” “Seize the Day,” and “Santa Fe,” Newsies is packed with non-stop thrills and a timeless message, perfect for the whole family and every audience. Stage Right! will be performing this musical at The Palace Theatre November 22, 23 & 24.

Saturday, November 23

City of Greensburg’s 28th’s Annual Holiday Parade

The City of Greensburg’s Holiday Parade is back for its 28th year! The Parade will be held on Saturday, November 23rd starting at 12pm. The Parade route begins at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art and ends at City Hall.

Metal Night at Toads

It Lives & Everyone Hates Everything Return to Mr. Toads. It’s going to be a kick ass night of live music, cold drinks & good times.

Thursday, November 28

28th Annual GBG Turkey Trot 

Begin this family focused holiday with a few thousand of your community friends. Started by a group of friends, this annual 5K is about fitness, family, friends, and FUN! Don’t miss out on was has become a local tradition.
See you there!

Saturday, November 30

Small Business Saturday 

Shop downtown Greensburg on November 30 to support all the wonderful small businesses we have! It’s hard for small businesses to compete with the big guys. But that’s why there’s Small Business Saturday. We will have maps available of participating businesses along with any deals, sales or specials they are having for Small Business Saturday beginning at 10:00am-4:00pm!

Le Jardin Florals Open House

Christmas Reveal- Decor/Gifts/Unique Items/Fresh Greens/Garlands/Wreaths and so so much more—The Best Food spread around with homemade cookie buffet- SMALL BUSINESS DAY!!! – bring your friends and Family!

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