Wednesday, May 1
Come join Jess on the patio for samples and giveaways!
Presented by John Noble Two nights of the Year’s Most Exciting High School Musical Theatre! Wednesday, May 1 & Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 6:45 PM Tickets – $20 all seats reserved For tickets, contact Ely Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 724-925-1123
Thursday, May 2
Sharpsburg to Greensburg……. We’ll be joined at Tapped by some of the great folks from Hitchhiker for an evening of great food and drink. They’ll be several beers on draft along with a can release and food specials.
First Thursday of the Month Duo Show at All Saints!
Come to Hugo’s on Thursday May 2 to taste the collaboration beer Platform Beer Co brewed with Prantl’s Bakery’s delicious burnt almond torte. Receive a free mini torte with the purchase of a pint!
Summer 2019 6-9pm
Friday, May 3
Come browse & shop our extensive selection of perennials, plants, flowers, herbs, vegetables and more. There will be many vendors selling a variety of unique and handcrafted items. Some Food items for your pleasure. Also available Raffle and a Garden fleatique. Free admission Free Parking Open to the public
Join us for a spectacular evening including food stations from all your favorite restaurants, a celebrity dance competition and an “after party” that hosts desserts, music, dancing, and lots of fun! Dozens of food stations from local restaurants & caterers will be set up all throughout the Megan’s Suite! Two bars will be set up serving complimentary beer and wine and a cash bar for additional cocktails and spirits. After your Celebrities take the stage for a fun dance competition, you will be able to participate by voting for your favorite! After judging and awards, the party continues as the Palace Theatre turns into a big after party boosting dessert stations, music, and dancing.
Saturday, May 4
Fun and delicious way to celebrate your Mom with fresh made to order breakfast at Caffee Barista by Chef Lisa and mimosas from Edgewood Winery
Historic Hanna’s Town will open to the public for the 2019 season on Saturday, May 4th. In addition to tours of the Revolutionary War era historic site, special opening day activities will include living history displays, historic toys and games for children, planting in the kitchen garden, and tea in the historic Klingensmith House (see separate event). The Museum Shop will be open in the new Westmoreland History Education Center and feature opening day specials. In 2019, Hanna’s Town became the new home of the Westmoreland Historical Society, which has served as stewards of Hanna’s Town since the 1960s.
Full Band Show, Craft Beer and Denise!
What’s one way relax after a long week and a Saturday full of activities? We recommend endorphins. We have what you need to keep your weekend right – a mood boosting flow under the stars. Join us on the top floor of Robert Bell Parking Garage in downtown Greensburg on May 4 from 7:30-8:30pm for Yoga Under the Stars. Located at 106 W. Otterman St. there is plenty of parking available, you can take the elevator up to the top level. Please bring your own mat and don’t forget your water, class will begin promptly at 7:30pm.
If we all draw the same object, why does it look so different? Is it who we are, where we are, or where we have been? This class will use observation skills to create art from different viewpoints. For children 7–10 years old $15 members/$20 non-members To register, click here: https://www.showclix.com/event/childrens-art-class-what-is-your-viewpointXaTSzc7 or call 888.718.4253.
To celebrate the opening day of Hanna’s Town, we will be hosting a special Spring Tea program. A “full tea” will be served, which includes savories, scones, pastries, and of course, tea. Seatings are at 11:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The cost is $20 for Historical Society members and $25 for nonmembers. Space is limited and advance registration is required. Please call the Westmoreland Historical Society to reserve your spot.
Mint Juleps on special and a Star Wars themed drink menu
Moms show their love all year long! Make her Mother’s Day extra special this year, and allow the kids to pick out their own special gift for Mom and/or Grandma. Bring your children or grandchildren into our Secret Mother’s Day Gift Shop and allow them to shop (with help from our staff for the little ones) for that special woman or women in their lives! Most items will be under $20. Plus, we will have our Holiday Hand Prints which is always a great GIFT. While the kids are shopping, you can enjoy light refreshments and small bites. And just so no one peeks, all the gifts will be wrapped in a bag when their shopping is complete!!
Fabulous Turkish dinner and classic bellydance music by Ishtar with TWO bellydancers! Call 724-691-0670 to make dinner reservations.
Sunday, May 5
Join The Westmoreland Museum of American Art and the Council of the Three Rivers Native American Center for a celebration of Native American culture in our community. Come and enjoy Native American dance performances, music, storytelling, art activities and food. Click here to register or call 1.888.718.4253
Bring your favorite little Prince or Princess and celebrate Mother’s Day a week early. Join Blank Slate, Satya Yoga, and Stage Right in a fun filled afternoon! You will paint your own flower pot and be able to plant some Mother’s Day Flowers when you are all finished painting! While watching for your paint to dry, you can enjoy a special performance by some Stage Right Princesses and some light refreshments $35 Fee Includes: Admission for 2 (1 adult and 1 Child) Light Refreshments Flower Pot and Seeds for planting Sing-a-long and Games with Princesses. Pre-Registration Required
Monday, May 6
Join us for an evening of trivia on various topics. Bring your own team or form one at the library and join us for several rounds of trivia fun! Register online https://bit.ly/2ILb0QG or by calling 724-837-5620
Tuesday, May 7
Wednesday, May 8
Our May monthly wine dinner features a lighter Spring theme menu. Reservations are required by May 5th with a $25/person deposit.
Hey everyone! Come on out to one of our first speaking events held in Greensburgh Pa at the awesome holistic site, Wellness on the Point! We will be sharing information on: Gut Health, The Importance of Probiotics, Benefits of Drinking Water Kefir, A Demonstration on How to Make It*, Plus! Free Samples of Several Water Kefir Flavors!
Join the young musicians of the WYSO Youth Orchestra program for a free concert at Seton Hill Performing Arts Center. The Philharmonia opens the concert with arrangements of Respighi’s Ancient Aires and Dances, along with the last movement of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, closing with Highlights from Harry Potter.
Add some dimension to your day by building layers of color and texture and printing from a “Gelli” plate. Your beautiful
printed paper will then be transformed into a collage.
Pop-Up Studios are fun opportunities for adults (ages 18 and above) 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. Space is limited. $20 members/$25 non-members To register, click here or call 888.718.4253.
Friday, May 10
Join Gavas Beat and Los Sabrosos Dance Co. as we salsa the night away in conjunction with the Great American Music Series. Latin American Rhythm band Gava’s Beat is a group of friends who share a passion for music and their Latin American roots creating a sound that invites people to have fun and enjoy. Your Art on Tap ticket includes two free drinks (cash bar after), delectable bites, dance lessons, and more! $10 members/$15 non-members This Month’s Sponsor: Standard Bank Featured Organization: Greensburg Community Development Corporation Purchase tickets here: https://www.showclix.com/event/art-on-tap-salsa-night
Come out and enjoy a burger and music! The Stoneybrook Foundation and Hospaws will be setting up tables for the community to learn more about these organizations.
Saturday, May 11
Come to the library on Saturdays to have fun with stories, songs, and crafts for 2 year olds with our Sesame Street friends!
High Energy acoustic rock from the TwoMan fellows!!
Sunday, May 12
Enjoy a Mother’s Day brunch by Elegant Catering followed by a tour of selections from our permanent collection all featuring images of mother and child. Chief Curator Barbara Jones and Director of Education Joan McGarry will take you on a tour that celebrates the joy and trials of motherhood, including artworks by Mary Cassatt, Charles H. “Teenie” Harris and Samuel Rosenberg, and a few treasures from the vault. $30 members/$35 non-members (advanced registration required) For tickets: https://www.showclix.com/event/mothers-day-brunchpcgxNqe
Antiques & Collectibles Market, a community tradition since 1974, provides excellent buying and selling opportunities for lovers of antiques and anyone seeking vintage items. Browse for bargains, enjoy a variety of food booths, and support local history preservation. Proceeds from this event have been vital for the re-creation of Historic Hanna’s Town. Second Sunday of the month, May to October
Wellness on the Point is hosting a Mothers’ Day Yin Yoga event with Robin of Sunterra Yoga. This 60 minute session is suitable for all fitness levels and will primarily take place on the mat in seated or reclined positions. Yin is a form of yoga that focuses on the elongation and strengthening of the connective tissues of the body (ligaments and fascia network) while mobilizing the joint capsules. The Yin practice is gentle, slow, and meditative with specific attention paid to the breath and the specific needs of one’s body. Students will hold various positions for 1-10 minutes while utilizing props to assure correct form and comfort. Blocks will be provided. The students’ own pillow(s) may be used in place of bolsters to offer support in different poses. $15 per student…or…bring your mom for a total of $25 for both of you! Please bring your own mat and a bolster or pillow(s). Call the office at 724-838-7700 to register! Spots are limited.
Tuesday, May 14
The Farmers’ Market in Downtown Greensburg Begins May 14th from 2:30-6pm in Buncher Parking Lot on S. Pennsylvania Ave next to DV8. Every Tuesday thru November
Come enjoy snacks, meet new friends, and make stuff in the Katie Room! May class is Bee Bots and Cubetto. Sign up for each session individually either online or by calling 724-837-5620.
Wednesday, May 15
Westmoreland Cultural Trust is proud to continue the tradition of acknowledging the creative endeavors of 72 area high school seniors for their exemplary skills in theatre, visual arts, instrumental music and vocal music. Along with other notables, Judge Jim Silvis and Judge Megan Bilik-DeFazio will be in attendance to personally recognize each student on the historic Palace Theatre stage. New this year, a representative from the Westmoreland Museum of American Art and the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra will pass out the awards for their perspective categories (art and music). Students will also receive a commemorative pin, pen and complimentary bites and beverages at the pre-award ceremony celebration. Tickets: $15 general admission
Thursday, May 16
One Thursday a month into May, our strange, silly, and sometimes messy science story times continue! May 16 – Magnification & Microscopes Each session has a different theme. Sign up for each session individually online or by calling 724-837-5620.
Saturday, May 18
Craft beers, great food, and car show. Marino’s will have a tent set up out front serving gourmet Mac & cheese, burgers, and hot dogs
Join DV8 Espresso Bar & Galllery for an afternoon of live music, art and espressos! No cover charge! Artwork will be on display! Live music will be outside on the patio, weather permitting.
Using a large format camera and the historic wet plate collodion process, the artist Will Wilson invites the public to engage in the ritual interchange that is the photographic studio portrait. As a gesture of reciprocity, the artist will gift the sitter the tintype produced during the exchange with the caveat that he be granted a non-exclusive right to create and use a high resolution scan of their image for his own artistic purposes. Everyone is welcome to meet and watch Wilson at work, but due to the time consuming nature of the process only 12 attendees will have the opportunity to sit for a portrait. Sitters will be selected at random from the list of registrants at midnight on May 5th and sent a time slot for their session. Register here: https://www.showclix.com/event/tintype-photography-demonstration-with-will-wilson or call 1.888.718.4253.
Greensburg Art Center will be featuring artist Rachel Wheeler from May 11th -June 21st and the gallery reception is May 18th!! Come see vibrant landscape, colorful flowers and detailed portraits all made by Rachel. Enjoy a night of delicious food, wine and gorgeous art!!
Even though Christine is best known for portraits, she will use a still life subject to teach general techniques that can then be applied to other subjects. At the Greensburg Art Center.
Brian Butko will give a presentation on his books and local history of Rt. 30. at the Baltzer Meyer Historic Society.
Rhythm is what gives form to the boundless spirit and energy of all that is within and beyond our human experience. From the movment of celestial bodies, to the changing seasons, the repeating cycles within nature and the beating heart of each one of us. Rhythm is a common thread that runs through everything, down to the smallest atoms that are vibrating with the beat of creation. The drum, being far more than merly an instrument is a tool that is simple and accessible to anyone who approaches . the drum acts as a point of contact between the rhythm within and the universal rhythm. Through the drum we can connect with our deeper, primal self while at the same time connecting with others drumming around around us. As our rhythms synchronize with one another we create something that is much bigger and more powerful than any one of its individual parts. The drum circle becomes a deep and meaningful, radical act of community. Through the beating drum self becomes integrated with all that is outside of self. At the very least it’s just fun to beat on a drum. $10 Pre-Registration Required
Live at Waterworks in Greensburg, PA. 21 and over show. Free T-shirts from Blady’s Blaster.
STRONGCAMP is a weekend for women that combines training, nutrition, and health, bringing STRONG Fitness Magazine to life.
Sunday, May 19
Come out & join us as we watch student demonstrations anytime between 10am-2pm, Sunday May 19, 2019! We will have food, ice cream truck, face painting and much more! No cost to attend! The Stoneybrook Foundation is a PATH certified therapeutic riding center.
Monday, May 20
Come enjoy snacks, meet new friends, and make stuff in the Katie Room! May class is Littlebits. Sign up for each session individually online or by calling 724-837-5620.
Thursday, May 23
Celebrate the 25th annual Greensburg Community Days at Lynch Field on May 23-25! Live music, rides, vendors, food and fire department demonstrations and activities!
Join us on Thursday, May 23, 2019 for Community Conversations with Law Enforcement at the Greensburg Engine Company #1. Law Enforcement professionals will be present to answer questions from community members of all races and ethnicity’s. Anonymous written questions can also be submitted through email@example.com. This event is FREE, open to the public and not limited to the Greensburg Community! We invite you to attend and ask questions or just listen!
Friday, May 24
Rain or shine held in conjunction with the City of Greensburg Community Days. 7.00 donation. 50/50 and door prizes and dash plaques to the first 100. Portion of proceeds to benefit Wayward Whiskers. Antique/collector car/trucks/unique or collector vehicles welcome. NO DAILY DRIVERS. Please be advised we are only affiliated with the cruise. Anyone wanting to sell, solicit or rent vendor space MUST contact the City of Greensburg directly.
Sunday, May 26
The Hawkeyes return to the Brian T Rusnock Ampitheater at Twin Lakes Park to kick off an incredible summer!
Downtown Greensburg Project and the Greensburg Volunteer Fire Department have partnered up, along with the GVFD 420/Junior Program for a community clean-up on May 26! We’ll be cleaning up the S. PA Parklet, picking up debris throughout Greensburg and weeding/mulching around the trees along the streets!
Monday, May 27
The Rotary Club of Greensburg and Greensburg Salem Interact Club are proud to host the Service Above Self 5K run or walk for serious and casual runners, competitive and leisure walkers, and family and friends of ALL AGES! This year, our youngest enthusiasts can participate in the youth obstacle course for added fun this Memorial Day! All pre-registered race participants (including youth!) will receive a race t-shirt. A limited number of t-shirts will be available for those who register on race day.
Wednesday, May 29
Stop by to celebrate The Westmoreland’s 60th Anniversary on the actual anniversary date of our official public opening in 1959. Cupcakes and punch will be served, and please leave a note sharing a favorite Museum memory. This is a FREE event. To register online, click here (https://www.showclix.com/event/the-museum-turns-sixty) or call 1.888.718.4253.
Thursday, May 30
Waterworks Summer Acoustic Series
While supporting local talent, patrons can enjoy a summer of live music for FREE every Thursday evening from May 30 – September 5, 2019 (no July 4th performance). The series will feature refreshing cocktails and enticing food options each week in the S&T Bank Courtyard and Megan’s Suite at The Palace Theatre (21 West Otterman Street, Greensburg) beginning at 4:30 PM with entertainment from 6 – 9 PM.
Enjoy local artisans, makers and growers at our Night Markets this summer! With fresh produce and goods from local vendors, enjoy a unique and convenient shopping experience that enlivens the city. Fresh fruit and vegetables, cut flowers, plants, organic milk, honey, local meats and liquors, plus salsas and dips are all available for shoppers, along with an assortment of artisan vendors. Located on N PA Ave behind the courthouse.