Monday November, 11
The show centers around love, beauty, aging, and Alzheimer’s. The gallery will feature photographs and words from Haykin’s mother, Georgeann, beautifully documenting her struggles with dementia. The exhibit coincides with November’s designation as National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. “Tangled Faculties” can be viewed at WCT’s Tiny Gallery between the hours of 9 AM – 5 PM Monday through Friday! This event is open and free to the public!
Tuesday, November 12
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.
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
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!
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 Caffe Barista.
Live music, Wine, Delicious, Food Fabulous night to showcase Caffe Barista restaurant and wine bar along with the talented Meredith Holliday from 5-8pm.
Join Noble Vision Center during Greensburg’s Ladies Night for food, drinks, and furry friends! We’re opening the office after hours for a night of appetizers and wine provided by Caffe Barista and Edgewood Winery! Our friends at Wayward Whiskers will be bringing some adorable (and adoptable) cats and kittens for our guests to meet! While you’re here, be sure to check out our unique eye-wear lines and the exclusive specials running during the event.
Thanks to the generosity of our community members, we have hundreds of books for purchase in our basement. Sale begins 10:00am-7:00pm!
There’s never been a better time to share your story. On November 13th Amazon Best Selling Author and inspirational publisher, Dominick Domasky wants to give you the tools to write your book in today’s fast paced, high-tech world. The old way isn’t the only way and during this free interactive workshop Dominick shares a blueprint on How to Write a Book in 2020! Event begins at 7:00pm at Wellness on the Point!
Thursday, November 14
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.
Every Thursday from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 pm. Join The Olde Spitfire Grille for Winter “Happy Hour” Live! This week is Tim & Stacey.
Get in the festive mood by making and taking your own craft at the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library. This week is a gingerbread craft.
Join RSVP Monograms & More for their annual open house from 10am-8pm on November 14!
Friday, November 15
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!
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
Free after-hours event officially celebrating the opening of the Westmoreland History Education Center. Enjoy light refreshments, good company, and local history.
Saturday, November 16
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.
We can’t let it go! Join us for Frozen 2 painting events in studio now!
Tom and Brandon acoustic at Oliver’s Pourhouse from 9pm-12am!
Yellow Bridge will be releasing a special anniversary brew with their friends Gabagool Pizzeria – You don’t want to miss this one!
The Seton Hill University Commercial Music Ensemble presents “The Legends of Pop” on Saturday, Nov. 16th, featuring the music of Fleetwood Mac, Michael Jackson, Prince, Carole King, Diana Ross, Elton John, and many more.
This is a new series of real people with real life experiences that take the listener from tears to smiles to heartache to hope. Saturday, November 16: Ken O’Toole, Ken is a cancer survivor who wants to tell his story about his journey from a life-threatening illness to his life today. Register online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620, ext. 2.
Sunday, November 17
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.
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!
Stan will give an illustrated presentation he has investigated since 1965. He will discuss some of the weirdest he has looked into. This is a free event at the Baltzer Meyer Historical Society.
Mr. Toads Sunday Night Live Music rocks out with Flower Child. No Cover. 8-11pm