What to do November 4-10 in Greensburg


Areas Original Local Farmers’ Market 

The Farmers’ Market in Downtown Greensburg Begins 2:30-6pm S. Pennsylvania Ave Next to DV8! 

I am Thankful for

This is the time of year when many people begin to think about what and who they are thankful for in their lives. Put on your thinking caps & come to the Library to explore the many different ways we are all thankful. be prepared to help create a giant group project! This program is for children ages 6-8. Register online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620, ext. 4.


Getting Started with Your Family History

Curious about your family history but don’t know where to start? Learn what resources the Library has and how to start your search for your family origins. Register online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620, ext. 2.

Small Business Basics: Free SCORE Workshop

Small Business Basics will provide valuable information to those entrepreneurs wanting to start their own business or to improve their existing skills. The workshop lasts about 2 hours and will cover topics such as evaluating your business idea, business structures, preparing a business plan, financing, cash flow and marketing among others.


Andy & Natalie Gregg at All Saints Brewing Co. 

Beginning at 6pm! Head down to All Saints Brewing to listen to some great Singer/Songwriter, Classic & Outlaw Country! 

Winter “Happy Hour” Live! 

Every Thursday from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 pm. join us for Winter “Happy Hour” Live! This Thursday Sam & Diane will be performing! 

Detective and Whodunit Book Discussions

Join the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library for puzzles and mystery with these book discussions! Thursday, Nov. 7: Little Scarlet by Walter Mosley. Register for these dates online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620.


2019 Marketing Summit 

Join Laurel Highlands business owners and marketers to learn the latest trends in digital marketing and beyond from industry leaders. This year we welcome an Emmy award-winning journalist, influencers and speakers from RedShift, 1st Team Advertising, Soup’s Marketing, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and MeaningfulLife, LLC.

Grand Re-Opening

Please join us as we celebrate the completion of our expansion project!
• 20-50% off store-wide prices (some exclusions apply)
• Featuring expanded collections from our top designers
• With event purchase be entered to win a $25 gift card from a local Greensburg business

Art on Tap: Winter Lights

Join the Westmoreland Museum of Art  for their first ever Winter Lights! At 6:30pm, we will throw the switch on our winter lights display. Throughout the evening, enjoy a specialty hot chocolate and s’mores bar fire pit, an outdoor winter lounge, and an immersive light display that is sure to brighten your spirits! Cost: $10 members/$15 non-members (provides one drink and cash bar after)

Light Up Night at the Mall

Enjoy a performance from Stage Right! after the parade in Center Court. Then countdown with Santa for the holidays to officially begin and we light up the mall for the holiday season! Parade starts at Mall Entrance near Macy’s at 7pm. Santa is available for pictures immediately following the parade! The Hempfield High School Marching Band will lead Santa in a parade through the mall starting at 7pm!

Candle Light Open House 

The Westmoreland History Shop, newly reopened in the Westmoreland History Education Center, will offer holiday specials and tea. Enjoy wassail, savories, and candlelit ambiance in Hanna’s Tavern. FREE after-hours event at Historic Hanna’s Town to kick off the holiday season beginning at 4pm!

Family Fun Night at the YMCA 

Members and Fall 2 Program Participants are invited to share an evening with their immediate family doing fun activities here at the Y. We will have activities to do in the gym and pool and a craft, too! This event is intended to bring our families together for a time of fun and sharing. Family Fun Nights are free to members and Fall 2 Program Participants. $5 for Non-Members. (Restrictions Apply)

Tangled Faculties – WCT’s Tiny Gallery Exhibit

Opening reception Friday, November 8 from 5 – 7 PM that is open to the public for WCT’s Tiny Gallery’s official inaugural show exhibition, “Tangled Faculties” by Incubator artist Marti Haykin. 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.


Pet Photos with Santa at Petagogy Greensburg

Bring your pets to Petagogy Greensburg on Saturday, November 9 for photos with Santa taken by expert local pet photographer Jessica Wasik of Bark & Gold Photography! Jessica will take a free digital photo of your pet(s) sitting with Santa and provide options for ordering prints, holiday cards and more!* Pets will be seen on a first come, first served basis and must be comfortable around other animals and people. If your pet is unable to be around other animals but would still like to be photographed with Santa, please email info@petagogy.com by November 6! 

2019 Library Liberations

The Greensburg Hempfield Area Library invites you to celebrate an evening of paradise in Hemingway’s Key West! Break out your summer style and join in tropical fun featuring local bites and beverages, plus plenty of surprises.

Tea in 1910 Farmhouse 

Traditional “full tea” that includes savories, scones, sweets, pastries, and freshly brewed tea in the 1910 Steel House at Historic Hanna’s Town. Seating at 2:00 p.m. (11:30 a.m. already sold out). Reservations required. Please call 724-836-1800 x210 to reserve your spot.

A Night of the Music of Shiva Skydriver

Kelsey and Ed will be performing a night of their music, joined by their multi-instrumentalist friend, Clinton Van Gemert at Scooby’s Pub. For this performance, they will be reimagining songs from their first two albums, this year’s singles, and a handful of specially selected covers.

Children’s Saturday Studio: Hide & Seek Animal Art

How can you create camo for your favorite animal? That is what we will be doing in studio this month. We will explore texture, color, and pattern before creating our own camouflaged animal art. From October to May, Children’s Saturday Studio classes are offered once a month for children ages 7–10 and are taught by a professional art instructor. Each class features a fun art-related theme. Advanced registration is required. Cost: $15 members/$20 non-members

Two Man Martian Live

Two Man Martian at Oliver’s Pourhouse from 9pm-12am.

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