Don’t let the summer fly by. Check out these reoccurring events and exciting things to do to make this summer one to remember. Enjoy an outdoor concert, relax at a winery, shop local at a farmers’ market, or find a seasonal menu to satisfy your taste buds. Stay busy all summer long.

It isn’t officially summer until you’ve spent at least one Friday evening in St. Clair Park for SummerSounds. This free music series features a variety of music in a charming setting. Dance on the lawn, bring folding chairs and blankets, pack a picnic, or plan for dinner at one of the many dining options in Greensburg. 

T.G.I.S. – The name says it all: “Thank Goodness It’s Summer” free concert series at The Palace Theatre in Greensburg. Bands from all over play in the courtyard. This outdoor concert is every Thursday evening from 6:00- 9:30 p.m. until September. 

Farmers’ Markets are happening throughout the region, a quintessential summer outing. Shop for locally grown produce, homemade goods, and more exciting finds. 
Sunday evening summer band concerts on the Diamond in Ligonier are another classic way to spend a summer evening. If the weather doesn’t cooperate, the concert is moved indoors to the Town Hall auditorium. 

Lincoln Highway Experience

Every Wednesday night at the Lincoln Highway Experience, share a picnic table at the SupperMarket and enjoy freshly prepared a la carte items made by seven of the best chefs in the region. 

Nothing says summer quite like a bike ride through the Laurel Highlands. Make the drive to Bike Night every Thursday at the Stone House Restaurant and Country Inn, and enjoy games, BBQ, live music, and more. 

Every Friday night until the end of August, “Smoked, Grilled, & Roasted” dinners at Myriam’s Table offer a taste of summer, featuring a menu with pulled pork, brisket, chicken, ribs, and salmon dishes. 

GreendanceHead to a local winery for live music and relaxation on the weekends. Enjoy a bottle with friends in picturesque gardens or overlooking the vineyards. See the full list of wineries here