In 1995, Murray Hoy founded 4 Seasons Lawn & Garden with a commitment to provide quality products and superior service. Then in 2011 Murray saw a need for a tool and equipment rentals in Waynesburg so he started 4 Seasons Rentals and moved it into the same location as 4 Seasons Lawn & Garden. “Our first year in the rental business was a great success I was really happy to see how much our customers appreciated having a local source to rent tools, equipment, and party supplies,” says Murray. Both 4 Seasons Lawn & Garden and 4 Seasons Rentals were founded on providing the highest quality products available, and then backing that up with unmatched customer service. “We stand behind everything we sell or rent with parts in stock and fast accurate service. We will take the time to make sure our customers understand how to safely operate and maintain everything we sell or rent,” says Murray.
Monday – Friday – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday – 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Mar. 1 – Oct. 31)
Saturday – 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Nov. 1-Feb. 28)
Take exit 14 off of I79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg go 0.3 miles, turn left onto Miller Lane go 0.1 miles, turn left onto Elm Dr/T684 go 0.6 miles, turn right onto T571/Willow Dr. go 0.3 miles, turn left onto Rolling Meadows Rd. go 207 ft., destination will be on the left.
Greene Academy of Art is housed in the first school of higher learning west of the Allegheny Mountains. The academy was open from 1790 to 1893. The building was restored in the 1970’s and then it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
Many Greene County Greats attended the academy. Albert B. Cummins a politician who was an Iowa Governor and a United states Senate member representing Iowa. A.B. Miller was one of the first graduates of Waynesburg College and president of the college from 1859-1899.
The academy holds various events throughout the year. They have free art classes that include painting, scrap-booking, crafting and more. They also hold craft shows and other bigger events throughout the year.
Tours of the academy can be scheduled by calling (724)966-2731. You can also visit during the special events.
From Carmichaels town square exit the traffic circle toward N. Market Street and the destination will be on your right in .2 miles. (Pass the Carmichaels post office)
The Greene County Fair has been around since 1867. The original site was at the current Waynesburg University Football Field. The fair ran on and off until 1890 when there was no fair. In 1893, E.M. Sayers bought the fair at auction for $6,200.
In the early 1900’s, the Carmichaels fair was advertised as the “Greene County Fair”. In 1911, the fair changed hands once again and they were purchased by R.S. Sayers Farm. This is the current site of the fair.
The fair has continued to run since 1946 and is located in the same place. The Greene County Fair Board organizes the fair and they set the fair for the first full week of August every year.
They offer many competitions during the fair. They have the Fair Queen Contest, Livestock competitions, Home & Garden, and Hot Farm & Farm Stock Tractor Pulls. Other events at the fair include Black Cat Hell Driving Stunt Show, Chaos in Coal Country, and carnival rides and fair food daily. For more information on the Greene County Fair visit greenecountyfair.org.
Greene County Historical Society and Museum sits on a 17-acre piece of historical land that has a 52-room museum, restored cabin, agricultural barn, print house and a railroad house. GCHS houses well over 30,000 artifacts that pertain to Greene County and the surrounding areas.
Visit the website or the museum to view and learn about the artifact of the week. The museum also features many different exhibits, like historic bedrooms, Victorian Parlor rooms, general store and the Poor House Cells.
During the year GCHS holds monthly lectures on many different topics, these topics all pertain to Greene County. Some of the other events that are held at GCHS are a car cruise, Stone to Steel Native American Weekend, steam punk garden party, the Harvest Festival and the annual Christmas Open House.
Hours of operation are 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday April 27- October 31. November 1- April 21 is by appointment only. Admission to GCHS is $7 for adults, children (6-12) and seniors (60+) $5, and children under 6 and members are free.
From Exit 14 turn left on to PA-21 East for 1.1 miles. Turn right onto Curry Road and follow that for .6 miles. Turn right onto Rolling Meadows Road and you have reached GCHS.
High Point Raceway was established in 1976 by brothers Jack and Carol Holbert. They contacted race promoter Dave Coombs hoping that they could build a motocross track on their family farm. Coombs did break ground on the track and later, after the Maico Factory Racing team visited and gave their feedback, the track underwent renovations. Since then, the basic layout has remained the same, with the only changes being made within the existing facility.
It is one of the premier motocross racing facilities on the national circuit. High Point hosts rounds of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship and the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Loretta Lynn Area Qualifier.
There might not be a better place to see the grandeur of the full display of the sport of motocross than Greene County’s High Point Raceway. This track weaves its way around a deep valley, treating the riders to constant elevation changes. From the slippery off-camber corners to the high-speed runs to and from the valley floor, no section of this track is completely flat, which makes it a true challenge and fun racetrack. But what makes it tough for the athletes makes it great for the spectators, because several vantage points atop the valley offer full views of the track below. Further, High Point’s jumps were engineered to sit right in front of the main spectator areas, letting fans get close while they watch the riders go big. Some call it moto theater—and it’s a show filled with ups and downs, twists and turns.
Take exit 1 off of I-79 toward Mt Morris, turn right onto Bald Hill Rd. go 1.7 miles, turn right to stay on Bald Hill Rd. go 1.3 miles, Continue onto Bald Hill Church Rd. go 0.6 miles, make a slight left onto Taylortown Rd. go 0.1 miles then turn left.
The first Jacktown Fair happened October 3-4 in 1866. The fair has a rich long history. Events have changed over the years at the fair, but the first fair included many competitions, like livestock, needlework, farm machinery and horse racing. Today’s fair still includes the different competitions, but has added others over the years like truck and tractor pulls, rides and motocross races.
Some historical firsts have happened at the Jacktown Fair. They were one of the first in the area to offer a night fair. Gas lamps were installed at the fairgrounds in the 1920’s. Then, in 1939 the gas lamps were replaced by electric ones. The fair also featured a wedding in 1932.
In 1946, the horse races ended at the Jacktown Fair. They were replaced by the popular horse pulls.
The fair celebrated their 100th year in 1965. Come see the rich 150 plus year history at the Jacktown Fair, because “You can’t die happy until you have been to the Jacktown fair.” For more information on the fair visit www.jacktownfair.org.
The King Coal Association was formed in 1953. They formed to remember the history of mining in Southwestern Pennsylvania. They are a nonprofit and benefit three local organizations, Carmichaels Chamber of Commerce, Carmichaels-Cumberland Twp. volunteer fire company, and they help those in-need in the area.
The King Coal Association puts on the King Coal Show every year in August. The week-long event holds different events throughout the week, like a 5K race, the State Bituminous Coal Queen Pageant, a carnival, a car, motorcycle, and tractor show and different types of parades throughout the week.
Other coal show events are the annual golf outing that is held at Carmichaels Golf Club. Exhibits that share the rich mining history of Greene County. The Eastern Mining Collector’s show, where collectors show their collections of mining history.
The King Coal Show is about celebrating heritage, community, family, and the legacy of the Southwestern Pennsylvania coal mining industry.