What to do in Greensburg October 21-27

Tuesday, October 22

Area’s Local Farmers Market Returns to Downtown Greensburg 

The Farmers’ Market in Downtown Greensburg begins at 2:30 and ends at 6pm S. Pennsylvania Ave Next to DV8
Every Tuesday thru November!!

Open (Farm) House

Beginning at 5:30pm! Join The Stoneybrook Foundation and check out the facility! We will have light bites and refreshments!Everyone is welcome!! 

Wednesday, October 23

Greensburg Night Market

Head to The Westmoreland for the last Greensburg Night Market of 2019! Local makers, growers and artisans will be selling their items from 4-7:30pm in the front parking lot! 

Cooks and Books

We will explore new chefs and new cuisines. Join us as we make friends and share experiences, recipes, and laughs over food prepared by our group! Led by Barbara Bee. October 23rds is appetizers. Register online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620, ext. 2. This program is for adults.

Thursday, October 24

Guest Bartender Fundraiser at The Rialto – Back Bar

Annual fundraising event held to benefit The Aerobic Center @ Lynch Field in Greensburg. As many of you know we are a local non-profit solely run on membership dues and donations from our community. This year the event will be held at The Rialto Cafe! Event begins at 5pm! 

Brett Trottier Live

Catch Brett Trottier live at the Spitfire Grill. Have some great food, great beer, and listen to some great music with the awesome people at Spitfire Grill. Can’t wait to see you there!

Classical Encounters

Enhance your listening skills with this music appreciation four-part mini-course that explores four basic periods of music – Baroque, Classical, Romantic and 20th century taught by Morrie Brand at The Westmoreland Museum. Cost is $35 per student. Register online or call 724.837.1850.

Friday, October 25

Greensburg Garden & Civic Center 50th Anniversary Open House 

On Friday, October 25, Westmoreland Cultural Trust will be hosting an Open House celebrating Greensburg Garden & Civic Center’s half-century of serving the community. The Open House will allow visitors to explore all areas of Greensburg Garden & Civic Center including the Penthouse Suite. Guests can speak with senior staff and GG&CC tenants to learn more about the facility and its history.

Halloween Adventure Night Ride

Join Flat Tire Co. for another installment of adventure night ride. Wear a costume to be entered for a $50 Flat Tire Co. gift card. Mountain bike, helmet, and lights required. 15% off Nite Rider lights for any attendee.

Sip and Support Party for Real Men Wear Pink

Come party in pink, sip some amazing wine, and support Dan and Mike’s Real Men Wear Pink campaigns to beat Breast Cancer!

Jack O Lantern Tours

Have fun with fears and folklore of the 18th century! This special tour of Historic Hanna’s Town looks at the Scots-Irish origins of Halloween and what frightened people in the 18th century. Learn about superstitions of Westmoreland County’s Scots-Irish settlers regarding the Celtic new year, Samhain, or Hallowe’en. Many of these backcountry residents were rooted in the “old ways,” where folklore, magic, and the belief in witchcraft were embedded in their culture. This is not a ghost tour, but in the flickering candlelight, we may see shadows of things that once were, and hear echoes from the past. Tours begin at 6:00, 6:30, and 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26. Program fee is $10 for Westmoreland Historical Society members, $12 for nonmembers. Space is limited. Advanced registration required. Call 724-836-1800 x210 to reserve your spot.

Saturday, October 26

Fall Family Day

Historic Hanna’s Town will offer a variety of activity stations and scheduled programs on our annual Fall Family Day. Celebrate fall and explore the history of Halloween with fun for all ages! Dressing up in costume for trick-or-treating around Hanna’s Town is encouraged, but not required.

4th Annual Boos & Brews
Prizes for the best 3 costumes at Hugo’s Taproom— 2 PENS tickets for 1st place! Drinks specials & beer swag giveaways! Kilimanjaro Flavour food truck will be serving up some delicious cuisine! <

The String Theory celebrates Halloween @ Oliver’s

Kick off your Halloween weekend right, partying with us! We’re playing acoustic favorites at one of our favorite local spots, in costume ha! We’re looking forward to this one and seeing you all there!!

Halloween Event “Whoville”

Bring the kids down in their costumes to trick-or-treat through Whoville at Z&M. Meet the Grinch and all The Whos throughout the dealership. After the kids fill their goodie bags, enjoy hot dogs, apple cider, hot cocoa, and s’mores by the fire outside (weather permitting). Children’s licensed clothing is 15% off. Bring the kids down for this incredible FREE family fun day at Z&M!

20th Annual Halloween Party

The most elaborately decorated halloween bar in the area is celebrating its 20th annual halloween party. Cash prizes for best costume! Games, giveaways and special drinks all night long!

Adult Halloween Costume Party

Join Painting with a Twist for their Annual Halloween costume party. They will be giving away a price for the best costume of the night after you are done with your paintings!

Kid’s Halloween Costume Party

This is Painting with a Twist’s annual kids costume party. They can come and paint this cute painting dressed in costume. We will be giving out prizes for the best costume!

Sunday, October 27

The Woods Family Band at Mr Toads

The Woods Family Band will be performing at Mr. Toad’s starting at 8pm!

Fall/Halloween Workshop

Fall/Halloween sign language workshop for all ages and all levels! You will learn Fall/Halloween signs and a song! Registration is required at www.signwithtracy.com

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