Fall brings cool, crisp air to Greene County, Pennsylvania and the colorful display of leaves changing their colors. While you are enjoying this seasonal masterpiece, we are highlighting seven activities that should be added to your Fall Bucket List.
Spring fever is sweeping through the homes of those in southwestern Pennsylvania who have found themselves cooped up inside waiting out the cold for far too long. A trip outside is the perfect cure. Not only will it cleanse you of spring fever, but spending time outdoors actually comes with many health benefits such as increased energy, restored moods, and mental clarity. Looking for things to do and outdoor activities? Enjoy recreation and restoration by experiencing all thing outdoors in Greene County.
Still in search for something special for that special someone? Look no further! Here are some of Greene County’s exclusive items and offers this season including cozy accessories, Valentine’s Day themed crafts, floral arrangements, baked goods, chocolates and chocolate covered strawberries, specialty beverages, and more!
A new year means new plans to be made, new things to accomplish, and a new chance to turn dreams into reality. Amidst all of the hustle and bustle of a fresh season, let this be a reminder of the importance of taking a break and scheduling restful and rejuvenating time off. Tuesday, January 25 is National Plan your Vacation Day, encouraging all to be intentional about setting aside time for themselves and making the ultimate experience of it.
Sitting upon the cusp of the October to November transition is like walking a very thin line. We dare not wear ourselves out on festivities too early, but while you wait in anticipation of the most wonderful time of the year, occupy your time by marking your calendar with some upcoming events you don’t want to miss as your guide to the holidays in Greene County.
Steal a kiss, take a selfie and enjoy the drive between these sturdy bits of the past that have survived floods, vandals and time itself to tell the story of 19th century rural America. They can all be driven through – one lane only. Interestingly, it’s the movement of the traffic that gives life to the old wooden beams, stretching them and keeping them supple. Legend has it that kisses have been stolen in them, far from prying eyes.
Looking Ahead to Brighter Days: National Plan for Vacation Day Through many Americans are not ready or able to take a trip just yet, there is a wealth of information that says simply planning a vacation can increase happiness. In fact, 97% of survey respondents say having a trip planned makes them happier – and…