Monday, March 29, 2010

What are we doing?

Theater, restaurants, concerts, parks…. these are a few of my favorite things.  No, I'm not going to start dancing and singing around town like Julie Andrews in the Sound of Music.  However, it does make me happy that I am able to enjoy these community assets with my family and friends.  

So, you may be asking yourself what we are doing in this social media world.  We want to know what you like about your community; what are you doing, what would you like to see, and, of course, we want to share information about your community with you.  Topics can include business's that are coming and going and community events and highlights.  The most important part is learning what changes you believe are necessary to improve our community.  So that's it!  Please let us know how you and Greensburg know each other, what you all like to do together and what you like most about Greensburg.  Looking forward to chatting with you and seeing you out in the community soon!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Red Star Brewery & Grille serves their last beer on March 27th

The Greensburg community has 14 more days to enjoy a micro brewed beer and fresh guacamole at Red Star. The owners have confirmed the last date of operation is March 27th. As a way to share memories with family and friends, several informal events have been announced.

An interesting event titled the "Culture & Beer Tour of Greensburg" is scheduled for March 20th. A local resident is organizing this informal gathering to celebrate two Greensburg landmarks. The group will start at noon with the current exhibition at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art  "Concerning the 1930s in Art: Paintings from the Schoen Collection".

At 2pm, the tour transitions to the Red Star Brewery & Grille to enjoy a pint or two of Greensburg's brewing history before Red Star closes and the beer is gone. The public is invited to join the "Culture & Beer Tour of Greensburg". People joining the tour are responsible for all admission fees and beer/food charges.

We all have fond memories of the Red Star Brewery, so look for other "goodbye" parties at Red Star or have one of your own.