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Sunday, September 15, 2019
Pages of History Storytime
Organization: Historic Hanna's Town
Description: History is made of stories - learn about the past through picture books! Each Storytime includes a read-aloud session and hands-on activity. Visit our website to find times and book titles for each Storytime.

Location: Historic Hanna's Town

Contact information:
Phone: (724) 532-1935

Pancake and Sausage Breakfast
Organization: St. John the Evangelist Church
Description: Prices of $6 per adult and $3 for a child under 12 includes pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage patty, applesauce, orange juice and coffee, with second helpings of pancakes at no charge. Please call for information or for takeout meals.

Location: 306 St. John Drive, Latrobe
Time(s):  8:00 AM

Fee: $6.00

Contact information:
Phone: (724) 537-2251

Farmers Market - 2019
Organization: Keystone State Park
Description: Keystone State Park and the Friends of Keystone State Park will sponsor a farmers market on Sundays at the park in Derry Township. Vendors will include local farmers and craft makers at the beach parking lot.

The events will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sundays from June 5 until October 28.

Location: Keystone State Park, Derry
Time(s):  9:00 AM

Flax Scutching Festival
Description: There will be live entertainment, crafts, vendors, hayrides, food, antique farm equipment, live music, civil war encampmentwell other events. The festival features descendants of Ligonier Valley pioneers recreating the art of making linen from the flax plant.

Admission is $4; free for age 12 and under.

Location: Route 711, Stahlstown
Time(s):  10:00 AM

Contact information:
Email: 7245932119

Pages of History Storytime
Organization: Westmoreland County Historical Society
Description: History is made of stories and what better way to introduce young children to the past than through picture books! Children ages 3-9, accompanied by an adult, are invited to an educational read-aloud session followed by a hands-on activity. The September storytime will feature "Long May She Wave - The True Story of Caroline Pickersgill and her Star-Spangled Creation" by author Kristen Fulton.

Children may have heard the Star-Spangled Banner, but do they know the story of the flag and the seamstresses who created it? This read-aloud is just in time for the anniversary of the Battle of Fort McHenry.

Call the Westmoreland Historical Society at 724-836-1800 to give us a headcount. The program is free but space is limited. On the day of the program, participants will meet at the Westmoreland History Education Center at Historic Hanna's Town.

Location: Historic Hanna's Town, 809 Forbes Trail Road, Hempfield
Time(s):  1:00 PM

Contact information:
Phone: (724) 836-1800

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