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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.
Keep your bike running smooth this summer! Help your mechanic by taking the steps for basic maintenance. Stop by Flat Tire Co. Bike Shop to learn about lubrication, cleaning, minor tuning, and more! Clinic starts at 6pm Tuesday May 14 and will last about an hour including a Q and A. Hope you see you there!
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
Invisible Man Brewing will be serving up beer at Hugo’s Taproom. All proceeds from IMB’s beer will go to Cait Tracy and Hugo’s Taproom will match the amount.
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.
May 16-18, 3 days of FREE carnival rides. 10% OFF licensed products all three days. SATURDAY is Kids Day. Enjoy free food 10am till gone. Meet many different Disney characters, free face painting and temporary tattoos, John Deere tractor races, and a special performance on the Z&M stage at noon by the Stage Right! Sensations. Carnival food and games are extra but, the rides are completely free. Just make sure to get your free ride wrist band when you arrive to ride the rides!
FRIDAY, MAY 17
Meet at Lynch Field by the pavilion going onto the Five Star. Flat Tire Co. Bike Shop will be hosting a FREE kids mountain bike ride and skills clinic. Adults welcome to join!
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.
Blues Night! Tim Woods (New York Blues Hall Of Fame) & Friends w/ guest Chaz DePaolo (New York Blues Hall Of Fame) at Mr. Toad’s Downtown Greensburg, PA 8PM-11PM
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.
Come out for live acoustic music by one of our favorites, Kelsey James! On the deck weather permitting or in our lounge!
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-wilsonor 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.
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.
Brian Butko will give a presentation on his books and local history of Rt. 30.