Art on Tap at Westmoreland @rt 30 in Unity |
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Art on Tap at Westmoreland @rt 30 in Unity

Kim Stepinsky | for TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
Westmoreland Museum of American Art staff, (from left), Event Manager, Randall Oaks, The Richard M. Scaife Director/CEO, Judith Hansen O'Toole, Director of Development, Catena Bergevin, and Chief Curator, Barbara L. Jones, gather for a photo at Art on Tap, held at Westmoreland @rt 30 on Friday evening, July 10, 2015.

People packed Art on Tap on July 10 at Westmoreland @rt 30 to say goodbye to the temporary home of Westmoreland Museum of American Art.

The Unity location closed July 12. The final event was sponsored by the Greensburg Breakfast Club and featured music by Briar Rose. There was a scavenger hunt, a Westmoreland @rt 30 trivia game, giveaways and a basket raffle provided by The Committee for The Westmoreland.

Guests enjoyed appetizers from Delectable Delights and beverages from All Saints Brewing Co.

After two years of construction, staff and patrons are excited to return to the Westmoreland’s location along Main Street in Greensburg. Its grand reopening, “The Sky’s the Limit,” is set for Oct. 24 and 25, and the next Art on Tap will be there Nov. 13.

Seen at Art on Tap: Barbara Ferrier, Linda Blum, Mud and Phyllis Kluska, Michel Franklin, Robert Myers, Karen Struble Myers, John Campfield, Joe Jamison and Susan Ciarimboli, Bob and Roxanne Fontanesi, Yvonne Stack, Ginnie Leiner and John and Betty Stump.

— Dawn Law

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