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The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, North Main Street, Greensburg, is accepting registrations for its Pop-Up Studio: Swirl Into Winter to be held 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26. Participants will create their own Swirl Into Winter painting led by local artist Megan Allison. WMAA said Pop-Up Studios give adults (ages 18 and above) the opportunity to get in touch with their inner artist. Each class explores different techniques and media. No previous art experience is needed. Wine, beer, snacks and materials will be provided. To help ensure a safe environment, Pop-Up Studio class sizes will be limited to 10 per class. Fee is $20 member/$25 non-member. Advance registration is required by Wednesday, Jan. 19. Go to Read more

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The Tamburitzans, a Pittsburgh-based folk ensemble, will perform 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 23, in The Palace Theatre, 21 W. Otterman St., Greensburg. Presented by the Westmoreland Cultural Trust and named after the family of instruments found in the Balkans, the Tamburitzans are the only group of its kind in the United States performing folklore from Croatia, Ireland, Russia, Romania and Latin America. The talented young performers are full-time students enrolled in Pittsburgh-based universities who have chosen to continue the Tamburitzans’ legacy by bringing international cultures to the modern stage. Tickets — $16, $18, $22, $26 — can be purchased by contacting the Palace box office at 724-836-8000 or visiting The box office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for walk-in and phone service. Phone service is also available on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. WCT is a nonprofit organization. Read more

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Della L. Murphy announced the Church of God, 4017 First Ave., Youngstown, will hold its next Roast Beef Dinner at the church on Sunday, Jan. 9, “from 11 a.m. till we are sold out. It will be takeout only using a drive through service. There will be no seating inside. We will not be taking any phone orders!” Read more

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West Newton Center for Active Adults, 103 E. Main St., will host a special Christmas Gnome Coffee and Canvas event Monday, Dec. 20. Paul A. Kurzdorfer III, center manager, invites area residents to join Terry and Darlene and learn how to paint on canvas. Doors open at 5 p.m. Class begins “around 5:30 p.m. and lasts for roughly two hours.” The cost is $20 per person and includes all you will need to paint the image above. Everyone is welcome whether you are a beginner, intermediate or expert painter. The painting is designed to be completed in one session. Call 724-872-4976 to reserve your seat. Read more

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“Charlee Brodsky, The Artist Was a Minimalist Attracted to Nature’s Lines But Not Its Blooms,” 2021, digital photograph on paper, 15 x 10 inches. The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, North Main Street, Greensburg, will host Art After Hours featuring the exhibition of artist Charlee Brodsky 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10, at the museum. The organizers invite the public to “join us for a fun evening celebrating ‘Charlee Brodsky: The Audacity of the Mundane’ on view through Jan. 2 in the Robertshaw Gallery. The night will include a Meet & Greet with the artist, an art scavenger hunt, musical entertainment, light refreshments, and fresh libations!” Cost of $10 member/$12 non-member/$15 at the door flat rate includes one complimentary drink; cash bar will be available. Advance registration recommended. Read more

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This year is the 11th anniversary of the New Alexandria Community Choir, which was formed in 2009 as a part of New Alexandria’s 175th Anniversary Commemoration. In rehearsal are Elaine Woodside, Anita Pro Jacobs, Ralph Knouse, Bill Martz, Noah Hill, Brenda Trout, Martha Zanotto, Andrea Laughlin, the Rev. Rosalyn Werner, (second row) director Debbie Resslar, Jennifer Hill, Mary Repko, Lynne Watkins, Lisa Resslar, Bethany Deglau, Tom Sarp, Adam Sarp, Jan Weimer, (third row) Scott Toman, Hayley Frye, Jennifer Resslar, Jeff Rouse, Manny Knouse, Sue Sterrett, Jill Lehman, Jan Elder, Donna Lake, Margaret Graham, (missing from photo) Yvonne Phillips, Sally Midlam, Cathy Ebert, Julie Ruane, Don Pryor and Bobbi Jo Knouse. The choir will sing the Christmas cantata “Go Sing It on the Mountain” by Pepper Choplin twice this Sunday, Dec. 5, starting at 9:30 a.m. in New Alexandria United Methodist Church, 106 Washington St., and beginning at 11 a.m. in Community United Presbyterian Church, 16… Read more


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