Summer will look a lot different this year.
Communities are starting to cancel popular events, festivals and fairs because of COVID-19:
- Pittsburgh - Fourth of July fireworks
- Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix cancelled.
- Anthrocon 2020 - Canceled. Members can request refunds or roll over to next year.
- Brentwood- Fourth of July festivities cancelled.
- Butler - Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival cancelled
- Butler - Big Butler Fair cancelled, according to our news partners butlerradio.com.
- Canonsburg - All 4th of July activities canceled including the parade, park/pool events and the fireworks.
- Castle Shannon - Community Day and Memorial Day parade have been cancelled.
- Cranberry Township Community Days, which is usually held at a community park that is now closed, has been canceled.
- Fayette County - 2020 Fayette County Fair
- Greensburg - 2020 Westmoreland Fair
- Latrobe - The 46th annual Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival has been cancelled.
- Lawrenceville - The annual Independence Day parade has been canceled.
- Leetsdale - Fourth of July fireworks display canceled.
- McKeesport - Lincoln Place Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5321 has canceled its Memorial Day Parade and Service
- Mt. Lebanon - 4th of July celebration canceled
- Monroeville - Memorial Day and Independence Day festivities and services have been called off because planning would be “greatly hindered” by the statewide restrictions.
- New Castle - Annual Lawrence County Fair canceled.
- South Huntingdon- Renaissance Festival postponed to October 3.
- Three Rivers Arts Festival in downtown Pittsburgh was called off and will be held virtually instead.
- Washington - Washington County Agricultural Fair
- West View - Memorial Day parade canceled.
- Zelienople - Memorial Day service and 4th of July parade canceled.
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