Christmas lights, parades, and Santa himself seem to be everywhere in Greene County as we gear up for Christmas over the next few weeks. Take a break and fill up on wholesome holiday festivities that the whole family can enjoy!
For two fun-filled days, Lippencott Alpacas will open up its beautiful and spacious farm located on Meadowbrook Road in Waynesburg to the public for a free open house where visitors will be able to discover everything about alpacas.
As the fall season begins to flourish with its vibrant foliage and splashes of autumn colors throughout southwestern Pennsylvania, a very special festival will soon be held to commemorate and celebrate the historic covered bridges found within Greene and Washington counties.
As we look forward to the thrills, the entertainment, the delicious fair food and the many contests and exhibitions, what makes the Greene County Fair truly stand out is the passion and determination of the adolescents who work all year long with their respective animals for the 4-H shows and sales.
For nearly 70 years, Greene County, Pennsylvania has been home to a very special week-long celebration recognizing the rich coal mining history and heritage of the area and Southwestern Pennsylvania region.
The smells of funnel cakes and other festival foods join with the sound of music drifting across the air while hundreds of people gather to shop, enjoy live entertainment, and cheer on their favorite contestants – all while holding their umbrellas in the hope of rain. It’s Rain Day!
Spend a summer evening watching a spectacular show light up the sky in Greene County. Various celebrations, festivals and events include a fireworks show (or two) to delight attendees of all ages.
Greene County is filled with so much history and tradition that throughout the summer there are many activities to partake from. It ranges from racing to predicting the rainfall on one particular day. With that, we compiled a list of the many festivities that Greene County has to offer to fill your schedule this summer.
The Harvest Festival has long been a treasured tradition in Greene County since the museum open its doors in 1971, and those who attend this event while visiting this beautiful part of southwestern Pennsylvania will be treated to a full slate of appealing attractions, such as encampments with reenactors and skirmishes, Native American reenactors, demonstrations, entertainment, retail and food vendors and much, much more.
Rain Day is special not just because it has been a tradition for more than a century and a half, but also because it is an event where people throughout the county and even around the globe hope for rain to fall in Waynesburg.