Start your weekend off early with these great events happening in Greensburg this week!
Tuesday, September 10
Join Melody from Souther Tier Brewing at The Headkeeper for a Jack-O-Lantern hoisting competition, Cold Pressed Pumking, and more! Prizes and Samples!
Friday, September 13
Starting at 6pm! Westmoreland Cultural Trust will present the 2ND ANNUAL GREENSBURG MUSIC FEST WITH 7 STAGES – OVER 35 BANDS – FOOD TRUCKS – ARTISTS – VENDORS Free parking is available in the Robert A. Bell Parking Garage!!!
Enjoy shopping makers, growers and artisans in the Buncher Parking Lot (next to DV8 Espresso Bar) during the Greensburg Music Fest! 4 bands will be playing throughout the evening in the lot!
During Greensburg Music Fest stop by 12th Octave for their Grand Opening beginning at 5:30! While you there enter your name in a drawing for a chance to win free music lessons!
Westmoreland Cultural Trust’s MusicFest will take place on Friday, Sept. 13 in downtown Greensburg! While you’re out and about, be sure to stop by the Museum and listen to live music outside and some of your favorite records inside. In collaboration with Rabbit Hole Records Greensburg, enjoy various genre listening stations inspired by John Van Hamersveld album covers, discuss the differences between vinyl and digital recordings, and make a playlist of your own. Also, check out Robertshaw Gallery to view the exhibition A Musical Number.
Special Event! The 2nd Greensburg Music Festival and Tunes & Corks combine to bring you The Joint Commission yet again from 8-11pm on the J Corks patio.
Safety Last is excited to be a part of the Westmoreland Cultural Trust 2nd annual Greensburg Music Fest. This event is held in downtown Greensburg with food trucks, vendors, and so much more! The band plays at 8:30pm and its a concert you don’t want to miss!!!
Saturday, September 14
Beginning at 8pm! Come on down to Stonewater and spend the night listening to great music by Detention!
The ‘Chick-n-Ribs Fest’ in Greensburg, PA will be held on Saturday, September 14th from 10am – 3pm! Located in the parking lot on S Pennsylvania Ave, between Pittsburgh & Second Streets. Free city parking in Greensburg on weekends!
Stan Gordon’s illustrated presentation highlights some of the most famous and unusual UFO, Bigfoot, and strange encounter cases that he has investigated since 1965. Do these strange creatures actually exist? Register online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620, ext. 2. This program is for adults!
An open exhibit (unjuried) at the Greensburg Art Center from September 14 -October 18. Opening Reception is September 14 from 6-8pm. Join them for a relaxing evening of art, good company and fun. Artist entry forms online www greensburgartcenter.org, must register by by Friday, September 5, 2019
Sunday, September 15
History is made of stories – and what better way to introduce young children to the past than through picture books! Children, accompanied by an adult, are invited to an educational read-aloud session followed by a hands-on activity. Children may have heard the Star-Spangled Banner song, but do they know the story of the flag and the seamstresses who created it? “Long May She Wave: The True Story of Caroline Pickersgill and Her Star-Spangled Creation” by Kristen Fulton explores this fascinating history. This read-aloud is just in time for the anniversary of the Battle of Fort McHenry.