WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
Learn about Medicare basics at Wellness on the Point: Parts A, B, C, and D including understanding the donut hole, medigap plans, and medicare advantage.
Take some floral wire and twist it into a fanciful and fun sculpture at The Westmoreland! Pop-Up Studios give adults (ages 18 and above) the opportunity to get in touch with their inner artist. Each class explores different techniques and media. No previous art experience is needed. Wine, beer, snacks and materials will be provided. Advance registration is required. Cost: $20 members/ $25 non-members. To register, visit https://www.showclix.com/event/pop-up-studio-twisted-fun, or call 1.888.718.4253. Space is limited.
Suavity’s Mouthpiece singer J. Trafford will perform at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art on Wednesday, September 18 beginning at 6:30! The performance will be part of Keystone Pride & Equality Coalition‘s inaugural Listening Session!
Come make crafts, build, explore art, and more at the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library! 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, Sept. 18: Personalize school supplies (bring supplies with you) Register online at https://bit.ly/2HKtU7f or by calling 724-837-5620, ext. 4. This program is for children ages 6 to 10.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
The Westmoreland invites all regional teachers K–12 and administrators to the Museum for a night highlighting what we have to offer you and your students. Learn more about upcoming exhibitions, field trip and outreach opportunities, school partnerships, school programs, and classroom support materials. Take a tour of the Museum’s newest exhibition, Era of Cool: The Art of John Van Hamersveld, and engage in hands-on activities. Three Act 48 Hours will be given for participation. Lite bites, beer and wine will be provided.
Second Annual Release of our Milkshake IPA Collaboration with Yellow Bridge Brewing Co. and Tapped Brick Oven & Pour House! A pre kick-off event for Greensburg Craft Beer Week!
The first meeting of the 2019-2020 Greensburg College Club season will be held on September 19, 2019 at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center, 951 Old Salem Road, Greensburg. The 7 PM meeting will feature speaker Chris Rodell, a local author, from Latrobe. He will speak about his book on Latrobe legend Arnold Palmer, as well as his other work. All Are Welcome!
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
Celebrate the launch of Downtown Greensburg Project‘s Greensburg Craft Beer Week! Westmoreland Cultural Trust Presents Blues, Brews and BBQ! Friday, September 20, 2019 LIVE MUSIC! LOCAL BREW! LOCAL BBQ! Location: Art in the Alley / Helman-Ghrist Parking Lot Time: 6-10pm / FREE PARKING! *Must be 21+ to drink responsibly
Beginning at 8pm! Come on down to Stonewater and spend the night listening to great music by Tim and Stacey!
Please join Stage Right for a post-show reception in the Megan’s Suite directly following the opening night of The Little Mermaid – Friday September 20!
Matt Mikeska will be leading 3 Drum Circles this Fall on Friday – September 20th, Friday – October 25th, and Friday – November 22n at Satya Yoga. Pizza will be provided by Ravalia’s Restaurant. $10 Pre-Registration Required
GREENSBURG CRAFT BEER WEEK SEPTEMBER 20-28
Greensburg Craft Beer Week is a 9 day celebration of craft beer and the Greensburg community! 34+ events throughout the week at local bars, restaurants in businesses. Enjoy beer and food pairings, beer releases, tap takeovers and more! Full list of events.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Beginning at 8pm! Come on down to Stonewater and spend the night listening to great music by The HitchHickers!
Join Gingerbread Running Man for a fun run through downtown Greensburg followed by craft beer cocktails at Hugo’s Taproom as part of Greensburg Craft Beer Week! The run will start at 9:30 in front of Hugo’s. All skill levels are welcome! Then the taproom will open at 10 am with craft cocktails on specials!
Beginning at 12pm! Trike & Chug, an event that is a part of Greensburg Craft Beer Week, puts you in the driver’s seat of an adult sized trike and brings you back to when you were a kid! Support the Rotary of Westmoreland and sign up a team!
Join Mr. Toads as they host the best end of summer party. The day kicks off at noon. Live Music: Same Moon 1-3, B & B Acoustic 3:15-5:15, Sean Howard Orchestra 5:30-7:30, Habatat 8-10 As always they will have the grill fired up, beer trucks & corn hole. Plus beer from Invisible Man Brewing! So grab some friends & come rock out as we say goodbye to summer. Event is held rain or shine.
Curious about your family history but don’t know where to start? Learn what resources the Greensburg Hempfield Area 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.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
The official home brew competition & beer tasting of Greensburg Craft Beer Week! You won’t want to miss the chance to sample these great beers — and possibly discover the area’s next brewer. This a ticketed event where guests will be able to taste and vote for their favorite home brews entered into the competition. Enjoy live music, food trucks and the photo booth then grab some GBGCBW swag at the merch tent! 30 Home Brewers will be present, attendees will be able to taste over 60 beers! Purchase tickets here.
Enjoy an hour of Yoga in the Yellow Bridge Brewing taproom as a part of Greensburg Craft Beer Week! $15 for a one our session, includes a beer after the class! (for participants over 21)
This is going to be the second annual benefit to support local veterans. There will be 8 guns given away and a open class Jiu-Jitsu competition with prizes. LADYS this year you will also have your own bracket. There will be food ,beer and entertainment provided. All ages welcome this is a way to raise some money for a good cause and bring everyone together for a fun day.