The Waynesburg Farmers Market is one of the longest-running farmer’s markets in Greene County since its introduction by Waynesburg Prosperous & Beautiful in 2005. From 10 am to 2 pm on Wednesdays, customers can find a quaint market right next to the courthouse. Enjoy shopping for farm-fresh produce, home-baked goods, wine, and hot lunches to-go.
Tis’ the season for green in Greene County! Grab your St. Patrick’s Day gear and hit one of our several venues bringing on the day’s festivities. Browse special menus, Irish treats and traditions, once-a-year beverages, and celebrations with music and games for a chance to get lucky! Checkout your guide to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Greene County!
It’s time for Fish Fry Fridays! Savor the traditional cod sandwiches that keeps your mouth watering for Fridays at local fire departments and churches, or try something new from area businesses!
Greene County’s love of farmers markets gives visitors another excursion during the road trip. Add picking up local produce and baked goods from among your stops at Thistlethwaite Vineyards for wine, Shields Nursery for plants, and Waynesburg Milling Company to pick up a gift made by a local artisan. Once you taste fresh picked tomatoes, you’ll be glad you did.
Now Paul and Amy’s son and daughter-in-law, Adam and Diane Stokes, carry on Harry’s neighborliness with a little bit of everything for sale, at Stokes General Store. It’s this kind of gathering place that every small town needs to stay alive, including gas pumps and a family-run deli.
Celebrate love, friendship and admiration for Galentine’s Day and Valentine’s Day in Greene County, Pennsylvania. Find that special one-of-a-kind special gift made by local artisans with selections from pottery, chocolates and candy. Send a message of love and affection with flowers and cards. Or drop the kids off for a night of fun while you enjoy a hand-crafted meal for two from our local chefs. We hope that you spend this weekend with affection and love for those near and far.
It’s quiet down on South Richhill Street, where the train tracks encounter South Fork Ten Mile Creek in Waynesburg, and that is what makes the location so appropriate for Jennifer Adamson and her partners at Kiln to Table. The newly-inaugurated restaurant, which opened its doors on Oct. 23, might be out of sight for those passing by High Street, but that is part of the charm. The mostly silent surroundings provide customers with a space to work, study or even just enjoy a meal in a peaceful environment.