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Luminary Night lights up Downtown Greensburg

| Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018, 9:03 p.m.
Sarah Just, a volunteer with the Downtown Greensburg Project, reacts while operating a photo booth donated by Moxie Events on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 for families at the Palace Theatre courtyard in downtown Greensburg during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night. Luminaries numbering 500 lined the streets across downtown sidewalks and a Christmas tree located on South Pennsylvania Avenue donated by TK Property Maintenance and Kattan Ferretti Financial is a new sight for this year.
Sarah Just, a volunteer with the Downtown Greensburg Project, reacts while operating a photo booth donated by Moxie Events on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 for families at the Palace Theatre courtyard in downtown Greensburg during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night. Luminaries numbering 500 lined the streets across downtown sidewalks and a Christmas tree located on South Pennsylvania Avenue donated by TK Property Maintenance and Kattan Ferretti Financial is a new sight for this year.
Cindy Strayer of Greensburg and a nine year volunteer of the Westmoreland Cultural Trust lights luminaries on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 in downtown Greensburg during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night. Luminaries numbering 500 lined the streets across downtown sidewalks. A Christmas tree located on South Pennsylvania Avenue donated by TK Property Maintenance and Kattan Ferretti Financial is a new sight for this year.
Cindy Strayer of Greensburg and a nine year volunteer of the Westmoreland Cultural Trust lights luminaries on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 in downtown Greensburg during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night. Luminaries numbering 500 lined the streets across downtown sidewalks. A Christmas tree located on South Pennsylvania Avenue donated by TK Property Maintenance and Kattan Ferretti Financial is a new sight for this year.
Actors portraying a live Nativity of Jesus Christ in front of the Westmoreland County Courthouse put on the live display for a crowd on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 in downtown Greensburg during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night.
Actors portraying a live Nativity of Jesus Christ in front of the Westmoreland County Courthouse put on the live display for a crowd on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 in downtown Greensburg during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night.
People out and about on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 walk by a series of luminaries on Pennsylvania Avenue during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night. Luminaries numbering 500 lined the streets across downtown sidewalks.
People out and about on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 walk by a series of luminaries on Pennsylvania Avenue during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night. Luminaries numbering 500 lined the streets across downtown sidewalks.
The Christmas tree donated by TK Property Maintenance and Kattan Ferretti Financial is illuminated on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 in downtown Greensburg during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night. The tree is a new sight this year and located on South Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown.
The Christmas tree donated by TK Property Maintenance and Kattan Ferretti Financial is illuminated on Thursday night, Dec. 6, 2018 in downtown Greensburg during the 49th annual Greensburg Luminary Night. The tree is a new sight this year and located on South Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown.

The 49th annual Downtown Greensburg Luminary Night was held Thursday.

The night featured luminaries lining downtown streets, a Christmas tree in the South Pennsylvania Avenue parklet, ornament making, tree decorating, letters to Santa and horse-drawn carriage tours.

The Greensburg Hempfield Area Library featured a Winter Wonderland candy-cane lane, Stage Right performed at Zion Lutheran Church and a live Nativity was staged in front of the Westmoreland County Courthouse.

Shane Dunlap is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shane at .

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