What’s Happening in Greensburg March 4-10

Plenty of events this week to keep you busy in Greensburg! Have an event coming up? Add it to our free event calendar!

Monday, March 4

French Story Hour
For ages 4 – 7 years, this language immersion program at the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library, is presented by Miss Anna Skop of Petit Paris Preschool. French Story Hour will focus on fun with animals with some songs and games. Register online or by calling 724-837-5620.


Mardi Gras Party at Lapels
Stop in from 5-8 p.m. to welcome the spring season with new fashions and accessories! Enjoy Mardi Gras appetizers, drinks, and desserts while you shop.

Sip & Strum
Hosted by the Westmoreland Cultural Trust, this event will start at 6:00 on Tuesday, March 5th. The event, which is the first of four, focuses on chords. Bring a ukulele, and they’ll bring the sipping ingredients!

Unbalanced Harmony
Held at the Greensburg Garden & Civic Center, Unbalanced Harmony will be all about art! Sarah Hunter will be exhibiting her work. The free event is from 6-8 p.m and open to the public.

Guest Bartending Night
Come kick off our BOWL FOR KIDS’ SAKE event at our annual Guest Bartender Night! It’s a night you will be sure to remember at Oliver’s Pourhouse as we display the epic BATTLE OF THE BANKS!

Same Moon Acoustic Due Returns to Scooby’s Pub
Kick off Mardi Gras on Fat Tuesday with SAME MOON at Scooby’s Pub 9pm-12am.


Clay Play Workshops – Self Paced
Feel free to experiment with wheel throwing and hand building. All students work at their own pace and come when able. Ages: high school-adult Wednesdays 6:30-9:00 beginning March 6 at the Greensburg Art Center.

Time for 3 – 5 year olds to “play Kindergarten” using materials with different themes! This program at the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library is made possible through a grant from the Office of Commonwealth Libraries as part of its Cruise Into Kindergarten initiative.

Creative Art for Pre-Schoolers
In this class at the Greensburg Art Center designed for children ages 3 – 6, all activities are geared to helping the child learn and enjoy the creative process of art. Adult caregivers are welcome to participate or adjourn to the gallery for coffee and social time. Call the center if you want fewer than the total ($12 each). 4 sessions for $40


Kevin Paris Goodvibes Yoga & Live Music
Join singer-songwriter Kevin Paris and Ange Meredino at Red Brick Yoga for an incredible yoga experience! Enjoy the good vibes & magic for only $30.

Andy and Natalie Gregg at All Saints Brewery
Country Music, Craft Beer and Amazing People!


Art on Tap
Head to the Westmoreland Museum of American Art on the second Friday of every month! There will be live music, an art scavenger hunt, light bites from Elegant Catering, and drinks–including beer from All Saints Brewing Company. The event is being held from 5-7 p.m. and costs $12 in advance ($9 for members) and $15 at door ($10 for members).

$5 Friday! Celebrate YOU!
For five dollars, celebrate you at Fitness Envi! Dress in pole-dancing attire. This event from 7:00-8:00 p.m. sells out quickly, so make sure to register in advance! 


Stage Right Breaks a World Record
The Guinness Book of World Records has approved Stage Right to break the record for fastest musical production. This will take place at the Palace Theater from 5:30-8 p.m., but the public is allowed to stop in and watch the progress throughout the day. Stage Right will be attempting to cast, rehearse, create sets, etc., and perform in only 14 hours and 30 minutes.

Andy Davis Band at Waterworks
Live music from the Andy Davis Band from 9:30pm-12:30am

Author’s Corner: Wicked Pittsburgh by Richard Gazarik
Muckraking journalist Walter Liggett dubbed Pittsburgh the “Metropolis of Corruption: in the 1930 when he reported the city had more vice per square foot than New York, Detroit, Cleveland or Boston.” Join Gazarik at the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library to hear about the times when Pittsburgh was notorious.

Coding Club 10-12 Year Olds
This coding program, at the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library is intended for older elementary age children to come to the library to continue their knowledge of coding. We’ll be using different devices from the county library system’s Pop Up Creation Labs to learn coding and technology. This program will start with Dot and Dash and will continue based on the knowledge of the children attending. If your experience is higher, you are able to sign up for the next level program. Sign up for each session individually online or by calling 724-837-5620.


30th Annual Greensburg Open
This event at Main Bowling Center will be from 10:00-1:00 p.m. and 2:00-5:00 p.m. 

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