Jefferson Hills Library

925 Old Clairton Road, Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania 15025

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Saturday April 1, 2017
   11:30 AM  -  1:30 PM Learn to Make Nut Rolls for Easter  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   
Baking Seminar: Let’s Learn to Make Nut Rolls for Easter!
Saturday, April 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Tuition for ingredients and supplies: $15
 
Mayor Jan Cmar and her sister, Joan Basden will present a seminar on baking homemade nut rolls. Participants will learn to prepare the dough and filling with emphasis on activating yeast, accurate measuring, and rolling and filling the roll to take home and bake. Please bring an apron, cookie sheet, rolling pin and metal icing spatula.

This seminar is now filled. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please add you name to the waiting list or call the Library at 412-655-7741. We will contact you if we can accommodate additional students.

 
 
    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Monday April 3, 2017
   5:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Welcome to the Odyssey  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

This is a multi-generational writing workshop. The workshop is open to middle and high school students and adults. Students will enjoy experiencin the differences in writing styles of their parents and grandpartents. Snacks and drinks will be provided at each session. Bring a pen and pencil.

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Tuesday April 4, 2017
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Tri-Community Anglers Association  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

A representative from the Peters Creek Watershed Association will provide background on the Peters Creek watershed. We will discuss the Tri-Community Anglers Association activities and fishing in Peters Creek and Piney Fork. Orvis Pittsburgh will provie a fly-tying/fly-fishing demonstration.


Wednesday April 5, 2017
   5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net


 

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.


 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Saturday April 8, 2017
   9:30 AM  -  10:30 AM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM YOGA for Kids in Grades 1 to 5  
    Contact: Jane Milner   (412) 973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Saturday mornigs April 8, 22, May 6, 13

Tuition for all four classes is $10.  Registration is requested by April 1.

This class is tailored for children, and YOGA essentials are incorporated to encourage healthy habits, concentration and memory, limber bodies and sleep-field nights. This class offers children a freedom from curriculum and competition where creativity and confidence can flourish.

Parents are welcome to take this class with their children.

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Monday April 10, 2017
     Welcome to the Odyssey  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

This is a multi-generational writing workshop. The workshop is open to middle and high school students and adults. Students will enjoy experiencin the differences in writing styles of their parents and grandpartents. Snacks and drinks will be provided at each session. Bring a pen and pencil.

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Wednesday April 12, 2017
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM YOGA for Pre-teens and Teens  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Registration is requested no later than April 5.  Tuition is $10 for all four classes. April  12, 19, May 3, 10

Teen YOGA classes help cultivate self-discipline, promote self-eseem and maintain physical,mental and spiritual well-being. Each class will focus on strengthening, toning and relaxation, providing teenagers with a healthy and challenging way to direct their energy. This class will also be great for athletes who need stretches strengthening and breathing work to ehance athletic performance and decrease injuries. Parents are welcome to take this class with their student.

 

 

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net


 

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.


 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   6:30 PM  -  7:30 PM Let's Spring Clean our Bodies!  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

This nutrition class, FREE to the Public,  will be presented by Jefferson Hospital nutritionist Mark David, R.D., LDN.

Springtime is the perfect time to reset our nuritional needs and spring clean our bodies. This class is for eryone who wants to get healthy and ready for summer!

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Thursday April 13, 2017
   10:30 AM  -  11:15 AM Spring Story Times  
    Contact: Anne Zettl   412-655-7741   zettla@einetwork.net
   

For children ages 3 and up, each day features a story, craft and snack.

April 13 - Spring is Here! Listen to some special storis and make a springy craft to take home.

April 20 - Let's celebrate EVERYONE's birthday! This is the last story time before summer reading begins on June 20.

 

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   1:30 PM  -  2:15 PM Spring Story Times  
    Contact: Ann Zettl   412-655-7741   zettla@einetwork.net
   

For children ages 3 and up, each day features a story, craft and snack.

April 13 - Spring is Here! Listen to some special storis and make a sprigy craft to take home.

April 20 - Let's celebrate EVERYONE's birthday! This is the last story time before summer reading begins on June 20.

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Monday April 17, 2017
     Welcome to the Odyssey  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

This is a multi-generational writing workshop. The workshop is open to middle and high school students and adults. Students will enjoy experiencin the differences in writing styles of their parents and grandpartents. Snacks and drinks will be provided at each session. Bring a pen and pencil.

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Wednesday April 19, 2017
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM YOGA for Pre-teens and Teens  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Registration is requested no later than April 5.  Tuition is $10 for all four classes. 

Teen YOGA classes help cultivate self-discipline, promote self-eseem and maintain physical,mental and spiritual well-being. Each class will focus on strengthening, toning and relaxation, providing teenagers with a healthy and challenging way to direct their energy. This class will also be great for athletes who need stretches strengthening and breathing work to ehance athletic performance and decrease injuries. Parents are welcome to take this class with their student.

 

 

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net


 

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.


 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Thursday April 20, 2017
   10:30 AM  -  11:15 AM Spring Story Times  
    Contact: Anne Zettl   412-655-7741   zettla@einetwork.net
   

For children ages 3 and up, each day features a story, craft and snack.

April 13 - Spring is Here! Listen to some special storis and make a sprigy craft to take home.

April 20 - Let's celebrate EVERYONE's birthday! This is the last story time before summer reading begins on June 20.

 

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   1:30 PM  -  2:15 PM Spring Story Times  
    Contact: Ann Zettl   412-655-7741   zettla@einetwork.net
   

For children ages 3 and up, each day features a story, craft and snack.

April 13 - Spring is Here! Listen to some special storis and make a sprigy craft to take home.

April 20 - Let's celebrate EVERYONE's birthday! This is the last story time before summer reading begins on June 20.

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   7:00 PM Historical Society Program  
    Contact: Joyce Schmidt   412-655-7741   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Andy Nixon, an autor with roots in the area will review his books.

Nixon grew up in Clairton, and although he took Horace Greeley’s “Go West Young Man” advice literally by moving to LasVegas, his roots remained firmly planted in Southwestern PA. For years he wrote the humorous and informative blog, DrForgot.com highlighting current events and historical reviews of Clairton and its residents, past and present.

In his 2013 memoir, 50 Shades of Grades, My Journey Through Wacademia.  Nixon found a broad audience from the hills of Western Pennsylvania to his current home in Las Vegas as he chronicled his academic pursuits from childhood through adulthood.

In his recent book, Three Lives of Peter Novak, Nixon brings the history of the Monongahela River steel towns alive with the story of the intriguing adventures of an immigrant from Bosnia.

Advance copies of Nixon’s books are available in bound and e-book formats from Amazon.com, local bookstores or at the Library event. For more information, see andynixonwordsmith.com.

 

The public is invited to this free event.

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Saturday April 22, 2017
   9:30 AM  -  10:30 AM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM YOGA for Kids in Grades 1 to 5  
    Contact: Jane Milner   (412) 973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Tuition for all four classes is $10.  Registration is requested by April 1.

This class is tailored for children, and YOGA essentials are incorporated to encourage healthy habits, concentration and memory, limber bodies and sleep-field nights. This class offers children a freedom from curriculum and competition where creativity and confidence can flourish.

Parents are welcome to take this class with their children.

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Monday April 24, 2017
     Welcome to the Odyssey  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

This is a multi-generational writing workshop. The workshop is open to middle and high school students and adults. Students will enjoy experiencin the differences in writing styles of their parents and grandpartents. Snacks and drinks will be provided at each session. Bring a pen and pencil.

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Thursday April 27, 2017
   7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM Friends of Library Book Sale Preview Party  
    Contact: Alberta Maxa   412-655-7741   
   

April 27  Preview Party

April 28 and 29   Book Sale  10am till 4pm

April 30  Bag Day   10am till 2pm   $5.00 per bag

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Friday April 28, 2017
   10:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Friends of the Library Book Sale  
    Contact: Alberta Maxa   412-655-7741   
   

 

April 28 and 29   Book Sale

April 30  Bag Day

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Saturday April 29, 2017
   10:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Friends of the Library Book Sale  
    Contact: Alberta Maxa   412-655-7741   
   

 

April 28 and 29   Book Sale

April 30  Bag Day

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Tuesday May 2, 2017
     An Evening with FOAC President, Kim Stolfer  
    Contact: Jane Milner   (412) 973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

This event is free to the public.

Kim Stolfer, co-founder of Firearms Owners Against Crime, will present informatio on 2nd Amendment including:

Castle Doctrine,

Self-Defense,

Concealed Carry,

Gun Free Zones

 Myths and Facts about background checks and

Do we really need more gun laws?

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Wednesday May 3, 2017
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM YOGA for Pre-teens and Teens  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Registration is requested no later than April 5.  Tuition is $10 for all four classes. 

Teen YOGA classes help cultivate self-discipline, promote self-eseem and maintain physical,mental and spiritual well-being. Each class will focus on strengthening, toning and relaxation, providing teenagers with a healthy and challenging way to direct their energy. This class will also be great for athletes who need stretches strengthening and breathing work to ehance athletic performance and decrease injuries. Parents are welcome to take this class with their student.

 

 

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net


 

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.


 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Saturday May 6, 2017
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM YOGA for Kids in Grades 1 to 5  
    Contact: Jane Milner   (412) 973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Tuition for all four classes is $10.  Registration is requested by April 1.

This class is tailored for children, and YOGA essentials are incorporated to encourage healthy habits, concentration and memory, limber bodies and sleep-field nights. This class offers children a freedom from curriculum and competition where creativity and confidence can flourish.

Parents are welcome to take this class with their children.

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Wednesday May 10, 2017
   4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM YOGA for Pre-teens and Teens  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Registration is requested no later than April 5.  Tuition is $10 for all four classes. 

Teen YOGA classes help cultivate self-discipline, promote self-eseem and maintain physical,mental and spiritual well-being. Each class will focus on strengthening, toning and relaxation, providing teenagers with a healthy and challenging way to direct their energy. This class will also be great for athletes who need stretches strengthening and breathing work to ehance athletic performance and decrease injuries. Parents are welcome to take this class with their student.

 

 

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net


 

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.


 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Saturday May 13, 2017
   11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM YOGA for Kids in Grades 1 to 5  
    Contact: Jane Milner   (412) 973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Tuition for all four classes is $10.  Registration is requested by April 1.

This class is tailored for children, and YOGA essentials are incorporated to encourage healthy habits, concentration and memory, limber bodies and sleep-field nights. This class offers children a freedom from curriculum and competition where creativity and confidence can flourish.

Parents are welcome to take this class with their children.

 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Wednesday May 17, 2017
   5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net


 

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.


 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Wednesday May 24, 2017
   5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net


 

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.


 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building
   7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Dick Gaetano Presentation  
    Contact: Joyce Schmidt   412-655-7741   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Dick Gaetano will give a presentation on Doolittle's Raid in Tokyo. 

The public is invite to this event.

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

Wednesday May 31, 2017
   5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Adult YOGA  
    Contact: Jane Milner   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net
   

Contact: milnerj@einetwork.net   412-973-7262   milnerj@einetwork.net


 

Instructor is Linda Frost

We continue to learn the basics and advantages of YOGA exercise. This class is stuitable for the beginner or intermediate student. Bring a mat to class NOTE: Tuition is $5.00 per class, payable at the Library desk before class If you attend both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions in the same week, tuition is $7 for both classes.


 

    Location: Community Room in Municipal Building

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