Show Me How…Life Skills
Show Me How…Life Skills is a new series of informational and instructional programs that will cover all different topics, from cooking to job advice, social media and how to make the best out of your wardrobe. We will have a description for each topic to be presented each month.
This program will occur the first Monday of the month at 7:00 pm. Registration is not required for this program. Some programs are open to teens 9th grade and up.
Morning Movie Classics
Friday, May 3 || 10:30 – AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Lincoln Gallery
This month’s feature will be a visit to the animated short. We will show a series of those wonderfully witty masters of comedy Looney Tunes. Enjoy all of your favoites, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig and more. Relive those Saturday Morning Cartoon favorites. Upstairs in the Lincoln Gallery. . No registration required. Open to all ages.
Help with your Tech
Saturday, May 4|| 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Lincoln Gallery
Struggling with your new smart phone, tablet, or laptop? Bring it in and we’ll show you how to use it!
If you can’t make it during this time, you can call us to schedule an appointment at your convenience.
Registration recommended. Questions? call 412-276-3456.
Get started with textiles
Date: Wednesday April 3 || Time: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
We will switch off to weaving this month. Begin by building your own small loom. Yarn and other materials will be provided. Registration recomended. Open to adults and teens.
Contact: Mary Menk 412-276-3456 firstname.lastname@example.org
Prime Time Books
Meets 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm
Pick up copies of the books to be discussed at the information desk. Join our evening book discussion group at any time. Open to older teens and adults. Copies of the book will be available at the reference desk. Stop by and pick up your copy.
Here’s what we are reading:
February 18 “A Man Called Ove” by Frederik Backman
March 18 “Cinder” by Marissa Meyer
April 15 “Mistress of the Art of Death” by Arianna Franklin
May 20 “Salt to the Sea” by Ruta Septys
Questions or suggestions for future reads? Ask Mary @ 412-276-3456 x12
The start of a new monthly cooking demonstration! We’ll help get you started or learn some new cuisines. We hope to inspire you with new dishes from all over the world. First up is a delicious vegetable soup! Registration is required.
Meets 4th Wednesday of each month at 1:00 PM
The PALs book club brings senior adults together for lively discussions. Membership is free. Participants may pick up a copy of the current selection at the library circulation desk. The group meets once a month for a book discussion.
2019 PALS Book Club
January-The Husband’s Secret By Liane Moriarty
February-Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk By Kathleen Rooney
March-Legacy By Danielle Steel
April-Nothing Lasts Forever By Sidney Sheldon
May-First Women: The Grace & Power of America’s Modern First Ladies By Kate Anderson Brower
June-Carnegie’s Maid By Marie Benedict
July-A Gentleman in Moscow By Amor Towles
August-The Family Lawyer By James Patterson
September-Becoming By Michelle Obama
October-A Place for Us By Fatima Farheen Mirza
November-The Great Alone By Kristin Hannah
December-Rogue Lawyer By John Grisham