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Phil Maloney, 91, and Ann Woodall, 89, both of Ligonier, dance.
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Ann Woodall, 89, and Phil Maloney, 91, both of Ligonier, dance during the Westmoreland Cultural Trust’s TGIS (Thank Goodness It’s Summer) concert featuring Neon Swing X-perience held Thursday at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Thursday evening, August 30 2018.
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From left: Barbara Ferrier, Westmoreland Cultural Trust President Michael Langer and Kelly Brisbane,
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From left: Marcia Tucci, Barb Pasquale, Cindy Long and Char Przybylek, gather for a photo during the Westmoreland Cultural Trust’s TGIS (Thank Goodness It’s Summer) concert featuring Neon Swing X-perience held Thursday at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Thursday evening, August 30 2018.
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Guest bartenders representing the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra (from left) Emily Balizet, WSO Executive Director Endy Reindl and Linda Assard
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Deb and Jack Killimayer
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Neon Swing X-perience provides musical entertainment during the Westmoreland Cultural Trust’s TGIS (Thank Goodness It’s Summer) concert.
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Neon Swing X-perience provides musical entertainment during the Westmoreland Cultural Trust’s TGIS (Thank Goodness It’s Summer) concert held Thursday at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Thursday evening, August 30 2018.
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From left: Malinda and John Sherid with Marlene Cecchini and Ron Lakin

Some people have been saying lately that they can’t wait for summer to be over. Farewell to the heat and humidity and hello to sweaters and pumpkin spice lattes.

Others are still saying “Thank Goodness It’s Summer,” because that means there’s still free music Thursday evenings in the courtyard of Greensburg’s Palace Theatre.

And yet, all good things must come to an end. The last of the season’s courtyard concerts took place Aug. 30, with fans digging the swinging sounds of perennial TGIS favorite Neon Swing X-perience.

The music’s not quite over, though. The TGIS Music & Art Finale is set for Sept. 7, with bands scheduled for the Palace stage and the outside loading dock. TGIS favorites and other area up-and-coming acts will perform.

The event also will feature art vendors, food and more; and it’s all part of the larger inaugural Downtown Greensburg Music Fest.

Check out the details at thepalacetheatre.org.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter @shirley_trib.

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