Ligonier Country Market features hula hoop contest
The Ligonier Country Market will conduct a hula hoop contest and workshop at the Kid's Corner tent from 8 a.m. until noon Saturday, presented by Flow N'at.
Flow N'at is a collaboration of fire performers from the Laurel Highlands and surrounding areas. They use fire toys and other props to put on a show unlike any other. Most of Flow N'at members are from Latrobe, Greensburg and Ligonier.
The group started about five years ago when a couple hula hoopers decided to meet up and hoop for weekly hoop jams that are always open to the public. All ages are encouraged to join.
Flow N'at offers lessons and workshops and are available for parties, benefits, festivals and other events. Call 412-610-3570 ore email email@example.com
Westmoreland Cleanways at special feature booth
Westmoreland Cleanways is in the special feature booth on Saturday.
The nonprofit's mission is to protect, restore and maintain the environmental qualities of Westmoreland County for all who live, work, and visit herein.
Learn about upcoming events, including the household hazardous waste collection, hard to recycle collections and drug take back collections. Test your Recycle IQ with the interactive recycling board.
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