Things to do this week December 16-22 in Greensburg

Monday, December 16

Family Holiday Sing A Long

For families with children age birth thru age five. A forty-five minute music & movement experience. Come celebrate the holidays with us as we sing, move, and play together! Add some extra joy to the season. $15 first child, $20 for two or more siblings. Parents and adults attend free of charge!

Tuesday, December 17

Detective & Whodunit Book Discussion

Join us for puzzles and mystery with these book discussions! Tuesday, Dec. 17: Polar Star by Martin Cruz Smith. Register for these dates online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620.

Wednesday, December 18

Kids Create

Come make crafts, build, explore art, and more! During every session, we will have a main activity as well as some optional things to do. Enjoy meeting new friends and snacks as we create! Wednesday, Dec. 18: Craft-a-Palooza. Register online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620, ext. 4.  This program is for children ages 6 to 10.

Gurkha Cigar Experience

Deals, swag, free cigars and rewards at Nelson Loguasto’s Cigars!

Bingo at Greensburg Hose Company #7

Reminder that this Wednesday at 7pm, we play bingo! A small package with all but one game is $17. Thats 17 dollars for over 26 chances to win money! Want a bigger chance? Buy a large package for $25! We are located at: 625 East Pittsburgh Street, Greensburg, PA, 15601

Thursday, December 19

Martini Shopping Night

The event that everyone waits for – it’s Lapels annual Martini Shopping Night! Thursday, Dec. 19th from 5-9 pm. Sip festive martinis as you do your last minute shopping in style!

Winter Happy Hour Live

Every Thursday at Olde Spitfire Grille from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 pm. join us for Winter “Happy Hour” Live! This week with Same & Diane

Teaching African American History

The Westmoreland Museum of American is proud to host the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s traveling exhibition, African American Art in the 20th Century, opening February 16. We invite all regional teachers K-12 and administrators to the Museum to learn how to teach African American history with art. A special emphasis will be placed on Pennsylvania’s Black history. This three-hour ACT 48 workshop will include a historical presentation and opportunities to apply these learnings back to classroom practice. Teachers will each receive a packet with images and information on the artists in the exhibition. Advance registration is required To register, click here: https://www.showclix.com/event/teaching-african-american-history

Friday, December 20

Flat Tire Christmas Bike Ride

Road, gravel, hybrid, e-bike, mountain bike, bike bike, all the bikes welcome. Tour de’ Greensburg Christmas style. We will leave the shop and pedal our way up into the local neighborhoods to gander at all the fancy lights and decorations. Please dress appropriately for the temps and make sure you have lights. Likely shop beers to follow ride. Merry Christmas. Ugly sweaters and bike decorations encouraged.

Saturday, December 21

Family Night

Pints, pizza and the big screen at All Saints Brewery!  December 21st and 28th with All Saints craft beers and Earth, Wheel and Fire Wood Fired Pizza!

Winter Break Wonders

School’s out! Get out of the house and make something at Winter Break Wonders a drop-in, hands-on interactive program designed for all visitors. We invite you to explore, create, play, and experiment with projects designed to keep you busy during these winter days off from school or work or with visiting family and friends. Registration is not required to attend, but encouraged for planning purposes! To register, click here: https://www.showclix.com/event/winter-break-wonders

Home for the Holidays

Celebrate the season with a symphony concert of holiday music conducted by Maria Sensi-Sellner and featuring the 60-member All-Star Choir of Westmoreland County and Meghan DeWald, soprano. Bring a sleigh full of family and friends to enjoy this special evening!

The String Theory at Oliver’s Pourhouse

It’s the weekend before Christmas and our last local show of 2019, so mark your calendars! Be sure to bring your family and friends out for a night of acoustic favs. You don’t want to miss this one.

Socrates Cafe

Socrates Cafes at the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library are gatherings around the world where people from varied backgrounds get together and exchange different ideas, thoughts and experiences. It encourages people to question, discuss and enjoy meaningful conversations with others. The program is free and open to the public. Preregister online or by calling 724-837-5620, ext 2.

Scooby’s Christmas Party

FREE pizza buffet and live acoustic music with Warehouse 2.

Sunday, December 22

FlowerChild at Mr. Toad’s

Celebrate Christmas with Your Friends & FlowerChild @ Mr. Toads. 8-11(ish). No Cover. Always a Good Time

Skate with Santa

Please join us to celebrate the Holidays with our ‘Skate with Santa’ at the Kirk S. Nevin Arena! The event will take place on Sunday, December 22nd during the usual open skate time of 2 to 4pm. Regular open skate prices apply: $5 per child, $6 per adult, and $3 skate rental per person. 2 to 3pm – Pictures with Santa! Santa will be here to listen to all the children’s Holiday wishes; bring your camera to capture the moment! 3pm – Chuck-A-Puck! $1 per puck; each child will have a chance to win big prizes out on the ice by trying to get their puck closest to the bucket at center ice! 3 to 4pm – Skating with Santa! The whole family is welcome to join Santa out on the ice!

Holiday Sip & Shop Sunday

Join Lapels for a Holiday Sip & Shop on Sunday, December 22nd, from 11 am – 5 pm. Do all of your last minute shopping while sipping holiday spirits. Make your last minute shopping easy and enjoyable!

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