What’s happening this week in Greensburg, April 4-10.

Check out what’s happening this week in Greensburg! From concerts to Easter egg hunts to food, you’ll find something to attend. See the full list and details below. 

Monday, April 4 

Pet Photos with Easter Bunny

Four-legged family members want to see the Easter Bunny too! Join Westmoreland Mall at the Easter Bunny’s Garden at Center Court for pet photos starting at 4 p.m. View pricing and make reservations here. Learn more.

Tuesday, April 5 

Group Hypnosis for Confidence 

Join Frances at The Space for a deeply healing and restorative group hypnosis journey to eliminate limiting beliefs and install radiant confidence! Starts at 7 p.m. Purchase tickets here. Learn more.

Trivia Night at Live! Casino Pittsburgh – Sports & Social 

Questions, music, and prizes starting at 8 p.m. Learn more.

Wednesday, April 6 

Sound Bath Meditation

Join Nicole at The Space for a lovely evening of relaxation of another level. She incorporates many different elements into her sound bath meditations that you are sure to enjoy. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat if you have one. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged as these fill quickly. The meditation starts at 7 p.m. Learn more.

Medium Reading Class

Join Painting with a Twist for Rev. Marjorie Riveria Kain, a local medium, who will perform gallery readings after you paint. This event always sells out so book fast! Starts at 6:30 p.m. Purchase tickets here. Learn more.

Thursday, April 7 

Semper Collaetemur: Music@Pitt-Greensburg Spring Concert

Chorale continues to welcome you back to Campana Chapel. This April 7 and 8, come hear the spring production Semper Collaetemur: We May Ever Rejoice. Starts at 7:30 p.m. Can’t make it live? Find the livestream link for the Friday concert here. Pitt-Greensburg requires all to wear masks while indoors on campus. Learn more.

Soul-Tending a Yoga & Meditation Series

This 4-week series at The Space is focused on coming out of winter’s hibernation and embracing the shifting of the seasons. You will also acknowledge the personal and collective stressors and disruptions felt presently + over the past two years. Meet-Ups are Thursday evenings in April from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The first 30 minutes is dedicated to holding a safe community space centered around thoughtful discussions, self-expression and creative activities. The remaining hour will include a yoga flow followed by a guided meditation. Cost is $25 a session or $85 for the series. Learn more.

Junction Pizza at IMB

Junction Pizza will be set up inside the Invisible Man Taproom with their pizza and other snacks. Learn more.

Documenting African American History & Culture Teacher Workshop

This workshop at The Westmoreland is open to all educators and will explore the theme of African American labor history. This is part one of a two part workshop. Starts at 5:30 p.m. Advance registration is required. Learn more.

90s Trivia Night at IMB

From 90s movie trivia to American politics, these trivia questions will challenge your knowledge of this iconic decade! Trivia starts at 7 p.m. Four people max per team and everyone must be 21+. Learn more.

Friday, April 8 

Lone Crow Rebellion, Moonshine Jasmine & No More Daisies @ Green Beacon Gallery 

Live music in Greensburg continues with three of the region’s premier performance groups! Name-Your-Price cover at the door. All ages and BYOB for 21+. Starts at 7:30 p.m. Learn more.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at The Palace Theatre 

One of the most enduring musical theatre shows of all time, Joseph and the Amazing Dreamcoat is a reimagining of the Biblical story of Joseph, his father Jacob, eleven brothers and the dazzling coat of many colors. Appropriate for all audiences and groups. Purchase tickets here. Learn more.

Fuzz Hout @ The Olde Spitfire Grille

Fuzz Hout Acoustic performs as a solo artist on acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocals. Genres covered is an eclectic mix of classic rock, folk, blues, country and originals. Starts at 6 p.m. Learn more.

Saturday, April 9 

Fill a Truck Event

Make that used clothing go twice as far! Feeding the Spirit’s Annual Fill A Truck Event at Z&M Motorcycles is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Donate used clothing, shoes and purses. Feeding the Spirit will be compensated for each pound donated. Learn more.

Benvenuti Pizza at IMB

Benvenuti Pizza will be parked out front of Invisible Man Brewing at 5pm with their pizza and other items! Learn more.

Vinyl Sale Day II @ Green Beacon Gallery 

It’s back! Record Sale Day returns from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sonic collectors Tommy Medley (Rabbit Hole Records) and Steven Hooks (Department of Records) will transform the gallery into a record store with hundreds of albums to browse. All gallery artwork will be available for sale during the event. All ages welcome! Learn more.

Community Easter Egg Hunt 2022

Please join the City of Greensburg’s Recreation Department for a community Easter Egg Hunt. Hosted at Lynch Field near the Kirk S. Nevin Arena and the Aerobic Center. Open to kids ages 12 & under. Different egg hunts will take place at different times for the age groups (11 a.m. for 4 & under; 11:30 a.m. for 5-8 years old; and 12 p.m. for 9-12 years old). Masks are not required but recommended. Please bring your own basket or bag to collect your eggs. Pre-registration is required; limited spots are available. Learn more.

Killin’ Me w/ The Lagunas & Broom @ Green Beacon Gallery 

Rock n’ Roll lightning strikes again at the Green Beacon. Don’t miss performances by some of the grungiest punks around. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Name-Your-Price cover charge at the door. All ages. BYOB for guests 21+. Learn more.

Easter Cookie Decorating 

The class will include basic instruction and demonstration on various techniques at Greenhouse Winery Westmoreland Mall. The rest of the time will be spent with attendees bringing their visions to life. Attendees will receive six naked cookies, one mystery cookie, royal icing and other applicable decorating supplies. Cost is $35 + tax (includes instruction, materials, light appetizers and wine tasting). Tickets must be purchased in advance; no refunds. Learn more.

Kid’s Class! Cake Decorating Class

Learn how to make a delicious American buttercream from scratch, fill and ice your cake, and decorate it at Children’s Cooking Connection! Students will learn how to color their buttercream as well as pipe borders and simple flowers to make a beautiful cake. Starts at 10 a.m. Purchase tickets here. Learn more.

Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Free Easter egg hunt at SonRise Church starting at 11 a.m. For ages 10 and under. Learn more.

A Visit with the Easter Bunny

Bring your children in to see the Easter Bunny in the Macy’s children’s department from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feel free to take pictures while your child has their own meet and greet. Learn more.

Governor/Lt. Governor Candidate Meet and Greet

The Libertarian Party of Westmoreland County is happy to welcome the Libertarian candidates for Gov. and Lt. Gov. Matt Hackenburg and Tim McMaster to our county for the All Saints April meeting. Starts at 6 p.m. Learn more.

Hoshi at All Saints 

Delicious Hibachi that pairs nicely with craft beers starting at 5 p.m. Live music performance by Fonic at 6:30 p.m. Learn more.

Sunday, April 10

  • Marion mcFeely

    McFeely’s is having the Easter Bunny on Thursday April 7,
    5-7 pm

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