Oakmont Carnegie Library

Oakmont , PA


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Wednesday August 1, 2018 - Friday August 31, 2018
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
August Artist James Sabulsky

Photography by James Sabulsky will be hung during the month of August at the library!  From the artist: 

I currently live in Lower Burrell and graduated from art school in 2007 with a degree in graphic/web design. Since then, I spent 9 months working for the Walt Disney Company as an artist and now work a People’s Natural Gas. I have been taking photography for 10 years, but my interests have peaked over the past 2 years. I spend a lot of time in Pittsburgh, walking around our amazing city and capturing it. Also the same amount of time is spent driving around the country side seeing the sites that nature has provided. Over the past year I have traveled throughout Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia visiting many of the small towns, historic sites, and natural beauties and photographing the entire time.

CONTACT:  Dixie Anderson   412.828.9532  
LOCATION: Art Gallery

Photography by James Sabulsky will be hung during the month of August at the library!  From the artist: 

I currently live in Lower Burrell and graduated from art school in 2007 with a degree in graphic/web design. Since then, I spent 9 months working for the Walt Disney Company as an artist and now work a People’s Natural Gas. I have been taking photography for 10 years, but my interests have peaked over the past 2 years. I spend a lot of time in Pittsburgh, walking around our amazing city and capturing it. Also the same amount of time is spent driving around the country side seeing the sites that nature has provided. Over the past year I have traveled throughout Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia visiting many of the small towns, historic sites, and natural beauties and photographing the entire time.

CONTACT:
  Dixie Anderson 
  412.828.9532
  

LOCATION: Art Gallery

Wednesday August 1, 2018 - Wednesday August 29, 2018
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10:30 AM - 10:55 AM
NO Book Buddies Story Time in August

We will reconvene on September 5th!

Thursday August 16, 2018
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
CANCELLED - Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
CANCELLED - Sahaja Meditation

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  412.828.9532  
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  412.828.9532
  

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Friday August 17, 2018
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1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Book Club: 'A Gentleman In Moscow' by Amor Towles
CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger    almendingerr@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room
Monday August 20, 2018
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6:00 PM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko - CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday August 21, 2018
rec_yoga
10:30 AM
CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
2:00 Tuesday Movie: 'The Post'

Katharine Graham is the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, The Washington Post. With help from editor Ben Bradlee, Graham races to catch up with The New York Times to expose a massive cover-up of government secrets related to the Vietman War - Daniel Ellsberg's so-called Pentagon Papers - that spans three decades and four U.S. presidents. Together, they must overcome their differences as they risk their careers and their freedom as they decide whether release the documents and maintain freedom of the press. Stars Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks. Rated PG-13, 2hr.

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  412-828-9532  almendingerr@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Katharine Graham is the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, The Washington Post. With help from editor Ben Bradlee, Graham races to catch up with The New York Times to expose a massive cover-up of government secrets related to the Vietman War - Daniel Ellsberg's so-called Pentagon Papers - that spans three decades and four U.S. presidents. Together, they must overcome their differences as they risk their careers and their freedom as they decide whether release the documents and maintain freedom of the press. Stars Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks. Rated PG-13, 2hr.

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  412.828.9532
  almendingerr@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Thursday August 23, 2018
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Monday August 27, 2018
rec_yoga
6:00 PM
CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday August 28, 2018
rec_yoga
10:30 AM
CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Thursday August 30, 2018
misc_rivers
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Sahaja Meditation

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  412.828.9532  
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  412.828.9532
  

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Monday September 3, 2018
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Closed for Labor Day Holiday
 
rec_yoga
6:00 PM
CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday September 4, 2018
rec_yoga
10:30 AM
CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday September 5, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday September 6, 2018
misc_rivers
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Ages 5 and up!  FREE!  No registration necessary, just show up.  Theme this week is "Back to School!"  Design your own notebooks, DIY bookmarks, and doodle pocket folders.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Ages 5 and up!  FREE!  No registration necessary, just show up.  Theme this week is "Back to School!"  Design your own notebooks, DIY bookmarks, and doodle pocket folders.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Saturday September 8, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Launch A Rocket with the Heinz History Center

YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM IN ADVANCE! Register CHILD ONLY.

Blastoff with the History Center on the opening day of "Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission!"

Join us for a special air rocket-building workshop at the Oakmont Library and learn more about the story of Apollo 11! We'll teach you the basics, provide the supplies, and help you build and decorate your very own rockets. Rocket-builders will be invited to join us at the History Center for a special mass blast-off of their air rockets celebrating the opening of the "Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission" exibition on the morning of Saturday, September 29, 2018.  All participants receive FREE passes to the History Center event on 9/29. This program is FREE to the public.

This program is limited to 20 elementary aged students, ages 6 and up

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room
There are 13 spaces available.

YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM IN ADVANCE! Register CHILD ONLY.

Blastoff with the History Center on the opening day of "Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission!"

Join us for a special air rocket-building workshop at the Oakmont Library and learn more about the story of Apollo 11! We'll teach you the basics, provide the supplies, and help you build and decorate your very own rockets. Rocket-builders will be invited to join us at the History Center for a special mass blast-off of their air rockets celebrating the opening of the "Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission" exibition on the morning of Saturday, September 29, 2018.  All participants receive FREE passes to the History Center event on 9/29. This program is FREE to the public.

This program is limited to 20 elementary aged students, ages 6 and up

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

There are 13 spaces available.

Monday September 10, 2018
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
American MahJong

Join Donna Knapp at the Library  to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:  Donna Knapp  412-303-2741  dandgknapp@gmail.com
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join Donna Knapp at the Library  to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:
  Donna Knapp
  412.303.2741
  dandgknapp@gmail.com

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

 
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
rec_yoga
6:00 PM
CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Cookbook Club

Do you love to browse through cookbooks and try new recipes? Are you a foodie? Would you like to meet new people and share food with them? Then this is the club for you! Each month, we will select a cookbook and display it at the programming table. Look through the book and choose a recipe you want to make. Mark the page with a post-it note with your name so that we know who will be cooking what. Ask a library staff member to copy the recipe for you to take home. Prepare your food or beverage and bring it to Cookbook Club, which will take place on the second Monday of every month at 6PM at the library. Tableware will be provided. Food, new friends, and fun! Please join us and start cooking !

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger    almendingerr@einetwork.net
LOCATION: White Oak Room

Do you love to browse through cookbooks and try new recipes? Are you a foodie? Would you like to meet new people and share food with them? Then this is the club for you! Each month, we will select a cookbook and display it at the programming table. Look through the book and choose a recipe you want to make. Mark the page with a post-it note with your name so that we know who will be cooking what. Ask a library staff member to copy the recipe for you to take home. Prepare your food or beverage and bring it to Cookbook Club, which will take place on the second Monday of every month at 6PM at the library. Tableware will be provided. Food, new friends, and fun! Please join us and start cooking !

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  
  almendingerr@einetwork.net

LOCATION: White Oak Room

Tuesday September 11, 2018
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10:30 AM
CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday September 12, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Psychological Principles of Personal and Spiritual Development with Richard Valinsky, Ph.D.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this seminar online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
There are 34 spaces available.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this seminar online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

There are 34 spaces available.

 
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6:00 PM
Who to Trust? Invest Wisely in Your Future by Hefren-Tillotson

Join us for this uniquely informative event where we will discuss: The history of Jefren-Tillotson and why it is important, the MASTERPLAN approach to financal security and The Ten Commandments of Investing and how they apply to you. Please reserve a spot by calling Erin at 412-6331671.

 

 

CONTACT:  Erin Weber  412-633-1671  
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join us for this uniquely informative event where we will discuss: The history of Jefren-Tillotson and why it is important, the MASTERPLAN approach to financal security and The Ten Commandments of Investing and how they apply to you. Please reserve a spot by calling Erin at 412-6331671.

 

 

CONTACT:
  Erin Weber
  412.633.1671
  

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Zumba! with Kara Steiner

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday September 13, 2018
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
CANCELLED - Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

CANCELLED SEPT 13th -

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

CANCELLED SEPT 13th -

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Ages 5 and up!  FREE!  No registration necessary, just show up.  Theme is "Fall STEAM Ahead!"  Fall-based science activities to be announced.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Ages 5 and up!  FREE!  No registration necessary, just show up.  Theme is "Fall STEAM Ahead!"  Fall-based science activities to be announced.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Illustrated Wisdom with Sandra Gould Ford

Join us at the library for a FREE Illustrated Wisdom workshop with Sandra Gould Ford! 

WHAT IS ILLUSTRATED WISDOM?

Illustrated Wisdom uses arts materials like crayons, markers, paints, pencils and glitter to doodle and scribble, splash and dabble in creating unique images and special messages, the more abstract, the better.

Barbara Ganim and Susan Fox introduced their concept in Visual Journaling, Going Deeper Than Words. There, they wrote, “An image is an expansive way of perceiving an experience.”

Building on Ganim and Fox’s work, Intuitive Painting is, “meditating with a brush in your hand.”

Sandra Gould Ford has taught for over twenty-five years and found that art helps transfer feelings, insights and profound wisdom from the subconscious to our awake and logical minds. Of Illustrated Wisdom, Sandra Gould Ford says, “As we relax and let our hearts and spirits guide our hands, we reduce stress, resolve conflicts, connect with important feelings and give voice to the soul.”

As Ganim and Fox wrote, “Through this inner wisdom, you will always know which choices and decisions are right for you with any issue you may be facing.”

HOW TO CREATE AN ILLUSTRATED WISDOM

* Gather arts materials, which can be any kind of paper, crayons, markers, pastel chalks and/or paints, even clay, construction paper and cardboard.

* Settle into a quiet and peaceful space. Soothing, uplifting music can be played.

* Relax and calm the chattering, busy mind. Sit comfortably. With eyes closed, take long, slow breaths.

* Set a clear intention (a purpose, reason or goal) for the art. What should the sketch, drawing or painting reveal? What question should it answer?

* With a sense of curiosity and adventure, create whatever colors, shapes, splotches, splashes and squiggles come to mind. Those designs (which may seem random, strange and meaningless) will contain the Illustrated Wisdom.

THE PRESENTER

Sandra Gould Ford is an accomplished author, artist and educator. She presents literary and visual arts to encourage, refresh, enrich creative thinking and inspire. Sandra has taught nationwide and established the creative writing program at the Allegheny County Jail. Her

photography, contemplative art and quilts are exhibited nationally. Sandra Gould Ford now celebrates human potential by sharing what she’s learned. Web site: www.sandragouldford.com

Funding for Sandra Gould Ford's Illustrated Wisdom Project was provided by the Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh Program, a partnership of The Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
There are 57 spaces available.

Join us at the library for a FREE Illustrated Wisdom workshop with Sandra Gould Ford! 

WHAT IS ILLUSTRATED WISDOM?

Illustrated Wisdom uses arts materials like crayons, markers, paints, pencils and glitter to doodle and scribble, splash and dabble in creating unique images and special messages, the more abstract, the better.

Barbara Ganim and Susan Fox introduced their concept in Visual Journaling, Going Deeper Than Words. There, they wrote, “An image is an expansive way of perceiving an experience.”

Building on Ganim and Fox’s work, Intuitive Painting is, “meditating with a brush in your hand.”

Sandra Gould Ford has taught for over twenty-five years and found that art helps transfer feelings, insights and profound wisdom from the subconscious to our awake and logical minds. Of Illustrated Wisdom, Sandra Gould Ford says, “As we relax and let our hearts and spirits guide our hands, we reduce stress, resolve conflicts, connect with important feelings and give voice to the soul.”

As Ganim and Fox wrote, “Through this inner wisdom, you will always know which choices and decisions are right for you with any issue you may be facing.”

HOW TO CREATE AN ILLUSTRATED WISDOM

* Gather arts materials, which can be any kind of paper, crayons, markers, pastel chalks and/or paints, even clay, construction paper and cardboard.

* Settle into a quiet and peaceful space. Soothing, uplifting music can be played.

* Relax and calm the chattering, busy mind. Sit comfortably. With eyes closed, take long, slow breaths.

* Set a clear intention (a purpose, reason or goal) for the art. What should the sketch, drawing or painting reveal? What question should it answer?

* With a sense of curiosity and adventure, create whatever colors, shapes, splotches, splashes and squiggles come to mind. Those designs (which may seem random, strange and meaningless) will contain the Illustrated Wisdom.

THE PRESENTER

Sandra Gould Ford is an accomplished author, artist and educator. She presents literary and visual arts to encourage, refresh, enrich creative thinking and inspire. Sandra has taught nationwide and established the creative writing program at the Allegheny County Jail. Her

photography, contemplative art and quilts are exhibited nationally. Sandra Gould Ford now celebrates human potential by sharing what she’s learned. Web site: www.sandragouldford.com

Funding for Sandra Gould Ford's Illustrated Wisdom Project was provided by the Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh Program, a partnership of The Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

There are 57 spaces available.

 
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Sahaja Meditation

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  412.828.9532  
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  412.828.9532
  

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Saturday September 15, 2018
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9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Family Portrait Fundraiser

Melissa Havran will take family portraits as a fundraiser for the Oakmont Library, to benefit the children's department, cash or check acceptedA summer neutral backround will be provided.

Packages: 
Family Photography Packages
 
#1.       $25 value    library donation $10 
(1) 8*8 matte
(2) 5*7 matte 
(1) digital 
 
#2.        $27 value.     Library $14
(1) 8*8 matte
(2) 5*7 matte
(1) wallet (8)
(1) digital 
 
#3          $15                   library $15
(Up to 3 photos)
CONTACT:  Melissa Havran    yogachix17@gmail.com
LOCATION: Oak Room
There are many spaces available.

Melissa Havran will take family portraits as a fundraiser for the Oakmont Library, to benefit the children's department, cash or check acceptedA summer neutral backround will be provided.

Packages: 
Family Photography Packages
 
#1.       $25 value    library donation $10 
(1) 8*8 matte
(2) 5*7 matte 
(1) digital 
 
#2.        $27 value.     Library $14
(1) 8*8 matte
(2) 5*7 matte
(1) wallet (8)
(1) digital 
 
#3          $15                   library $15
(Up to 3 photos)
CONTACT:
  Melissa Havran
  
  yogachix17@gmail.com

LOCATION: Oak Room

There are many spaces available.

Monday September 17, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM
CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday September 18, 2018
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10:30 AM
CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

CANCELLED TIL SEPT 24 

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
2:00 Tuesday Movie: 'Gifted'

Frank is raising his young niece Mary as a single parent in quiet coastal Florida. When she enters school, it quickly becomes apparent that she is a math genius. Though she is offered a scholarship at a school for gifted students, Frank resists, wanting Mary to have as normal a childhood as possible. Then Frank's mother, Evelyn, gets involved, insisting not only that the child be given every scholastic opportunity, but that she come to live with her in Boston. Lawyers are hired and a custody battle ensues. This is a thoughtful and well-acted film. Stars Chris Evans, McKenna Grace, Lindsay Duncan and Octavia Spencer. PG-13, 1hr. 40min.

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  4142-828-9532  almendingerr@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Frank is raising his young niece Mary as a single parent in quiet coastal Florida. When she enters school, it quickly becomes apparent that she is a math genius. Though she is offered a scholarship at a school for gifted students, Frank resists, wanting Mary to have as normal a childhood as possible. Then Frank's mother, Evelyn, gets involved, insisting not only that the child be given every scholastic opportunity, but that she come to live with her in Boston. Lawyers are hired and a custody battle ensues. This is a thoughtful and well-acted film. Stars Chris Evans, McKenna Grace, Lindsay Duncan and Octavia Spencer. PG-13, 1hr. 40min.

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  4142.828.9532
  almendingerr@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday September 19, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Psychological Principles of Personal and Spiritual Development with Richard Valinsky, Ph.D.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Zumba! with Kara Steiner

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday September 20, 2018
misc_rivers
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Ages 5 and up!  FREE!  No registration necessary, just show up. Today's theme is "Autumn Animals!"  We will have some fun fall crafts.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Ages 5 and up!  FREE!  No registration necessary, just show up. Today's theme is "Autumn Animals!"  We will have some fun fall crafts.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Friday September 21, 2018
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1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Book Club: 'Small Great Things' by Jodi Picoult
CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger    almendingerr@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room
Saturday September 22, 2018
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Who's Afraid of Shakespeare?


Bongo Tommie continues an exploration of Hamlet.  The last session only made it to the end of Act I!  
Come in and see if we can make it to Act III. 
Vegas has it 7 to 5 in the negative.

Come join the fun!

“And let those that play your clowns perform
only what is set down for them.”

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net


Bongo Tommie continues an exploration of Hamlet.  The last session only made it to the end of Act I!  
Come in and see if we can make it to Act III. 
Vegas has it 7 to 5 in the negative.

Come join the fun!

“And let those that play your clowns perform
only what is set down for them.”

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Sunday September 23, 2018
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12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Touch A Truck Fundraiser!

Our Touch A Truck fundraiser is back!  Participate in the Lions Club/Oakmont Library Touch a Truck fundraiser, Sunday Sept. 23 from noon to 3pm.  $5.00 / person, children under 12 free! 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Our Touch A Truck fundraiser is back!  Participate in the Lions Club/Oakmont Library Touch a Truck fundraiser, Sunday Sept. 23 from noon to 3pm.  $5.00 / person, children under 12 free! 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Monday September 24, 2018
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
American MahJong

Join Donna Knapp at the Library  to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:  Donna Knapp  412-303-2741  dandgknapp@gmail.com
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join Donna Knapp at the Library  to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:
  Donna Knapp
  412.303.2741
  dandgknapp@gmail.com

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

 
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
NO Book Buddies Story Time Today

NO Book Buddies Story Time Today - See you on the 26th!

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

NO Book Buddies Story Time Today - See you on the 26th!

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday September 25, 2018
rec_yoga
10:30 AM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday September 26, 2018
misc_kidsreading1
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
misc_clouds
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Psychological Principles of Personal and Spiritual Development with Richard Valinsky, Ph.D.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Zumba! with Kara Steiner

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday September 27, 2018
misc_rivers
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
trans_schoolbus
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Ages 5 and up!  FREE!  No registration necessary, just show up.   Today we will be showing a movie about LEGOS and a SUPERHERO who loves water.  Can you guess what it is?  Free snacks provided :-)

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Ages 5 and up!  FREE!  No registration necessary, just show up.   Today we will be showing a movie about LEGOS and a SUPERHERO who loves water.  Can you guess what it is?  Free snacks provided :-)

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Sahaja Meditation

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  412.828.9532  
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  412.828.9532
  

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Friday September 28, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Private Event

Hilltop Preschool.

LOCATION: Oak Room
Saturday September 29, 2018
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New Era of Social Security and Retirement with Adri Bleier

Learn little known facts and strategies that could help you increase your Social Security checks and help ensure your money lasts as long as you do. Also you will come to understand how Social Security should work into your full retirement plan.  Don’t let an account of this size go without proper planning and information.  Join Adri Bleier for this informative workshop.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Learn little known facts and strategies that could help you increase your Social Security checks and help ensure your money lasts as long as you do. Also you will come to understand how Social Security should work into your full retirement plan.  Don’t let an account of this size go without proper planning and information.  Join Adri Bleier for this informative workshop.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Booktoberfest!

Join us for an adult evening of Brews, Books, Music and Tasty Treats from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.  Enjoy an autumn evening with good friends, and great brews! More details will be coming. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join us for an adult evening of Brews, Books, Music and Tasty Treats from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.  Enjoy an autumn evening with good friends, and great brews! More details will be coming. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Monday October 1, 2018
misc_kidsreading1
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
rec_yoga
6:00 PM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday October 2, 2018
rec_yoga
10:30 AM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
misc_none
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday October 3, 2018
misc_kidsreading1
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
misc_clouds
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Psychological Principles of Personal and Spiritual Development with Richard Valinsky, Ph.D.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Zumba! with Kara Steiner

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday October 4, 2018
misc_rivers
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
trans_schoolbus
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Details to follow!

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Details to follow!

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Monday October 8, 2018
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
American MahJong

Join Donna Knapp at the Library from 10 am-12pm to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:  Donna Knapp  412-303-2741  dandgknapp@gmail.com
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join Donna Knapp at the Library from 10 am-12pm to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:
  Donna Knapp
  412.303.2741
  dandgknapp@gmail.com

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

 
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Cookbook Club

Do you love to browse through cookbooks and try new recipes? Are you a foodie? Would you like to meet new people and share food with them? Then this is the club for you! Each month, we will select a cookbook and display it at the programming table. Look through the book and choose a recipe you want to make. Mark the page with a post-it note with your name so that we know who will be cooking what. Ask a library staff member to copy the recipe for you to take home. Prepare your food or beverage and bring it to Cookbook Club, which will take place on the second Monday of every month at 6PM at the library. Tableware will be provided. Food, new friends, and fun! Please join us and start cooking !

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger    almendingerr@einetwork.net
LOCATION: White Oak Room

Do you love to browse through cookbooks and try new recipes? Are you a foodie? Would you like to meet new people and share food with them? Then this is the club for you! Each month, we will select a cookbook and display it at the programming table. Look through the book and choose a recipe you want to make. Mark the page with a post-it note with your name so that we know who will be cooking what. Ask a library staff member to copy the recipe for you to take home. Prepare your food or beverage and bring it to Cookbook Club, which will take place on the second Monday of every month at 6PM at the library. Tableware will be provided. Food, new friends, and fun! Please join us and start cooking !

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  
  almendingerr@einetwork.net

LOCATION: White Oak Room

Tuesday October 9, 2018
rec_yoga
10:30 AM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday October 10, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Psychological Principles of Personal and Spiritual Development with Richard Valinsky, Ph.D.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Zumba! with Kara Steiner

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday October 11, 2018
misc_rivers
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Details to follow!

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Details to follow!

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Sahaja Meditation

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  412.828.9532  
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  412.828.9532
  

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Monday October 15, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday October 16, 2018
rec_yoga
10:30 AM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
2:00 Tuesday Movie: 'Book Club'

Four lifelong friends decide to shake up their book club by reading "Fifty Shades of Grey". From rekindling an old flame to putting a spark back into a marriage, each woman discovers a new, sexier version of herself, though not without much angst and hilarity. Features an all-star cast of Jane Fonda, Candace Bergen, Mary Steenburgen and Diane Keaton. PG-13, 45min.

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  4142-828-9532  almendingerr@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Four lifelong friends decide to shake up their book club by reading "Fifty Shades of Grey". From rekindling an old flame to putting a spark back into a marriage, each woman discovers a new, sexier version of herself, though not without much angst and hilarity. Features an all-star cast of Jane Fonda, Candace Bergen, Mary Steenburgen and Diane Keaton. PG-13, 45min.

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  4142.828.9532
  almendingerr@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday October 17, 2018
misc_kidsreading1
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
misc_clouds
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Psychological Principles of Personal and Spiritual Development with Richard Valinsky, Ph.D.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Zumba! with Kara Steiner

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday October 18, 2018
misc_rivers
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
trans_schoolbus
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Details to follow!

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Details to follow!

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Marketing the Presidency with Steve Mihaly
 Join us this election season for a fascinating discussion of how presidents market themselves!  Steve Mihaly will share his extensive collection of presidential memorabilia, including a James Monroe snuff box promoting the Monroe Doctrine, a Teddy Roosevelt cast iron door stop, an Eisenhower bar of soap with Ike’s image on it and the words “Clean Up With Ike” and a Richard Nixon shower head where the water comes squirting out of his mouth!  Most folks, when they hear the word”marketing” think of it as a relatively modern day term, but in terms of presidential candidates, from George Washington to today, candidates have been marketing themselves, their ideas, or marketing against their opponent, from the beginning. This presentation focuses on the array of “odd” artifacts that candidates have produced to get the candidate’s name and ideas in front of the electorate. The presentation tends to focus on the whimsical, while at the same time, explaining to the audience why the candidate would actually produce such an oddity and what is the historical significance behind it.  

About Steve Mihaly: 

I am the recently retired Vice President of the HJ Heinz Co., Pittsburgh. My wife Kathy is a substitute school nurse in the North Allegheny and Deer Lakes School Systems, and we have lived in Gibsonia for over the past 20 years. We have one daughter, Katie, who currently lives in Hot Springs Virginia where she is a Guidance Counselor at Valley Elementary.
I began collecting political americana at the age of 10, and have now been collecting for over 50 years, with a collection that now encompasses over 20,000 items. However, this journey started out very humbly and simply. As a young kid, my parents loved to go to antique shops, garage sales, and flea markets.....travels that I did not particularly enjoy. However, I did enjoy American History and one day my dad bought a handful of old political buttons at one of these garage sales and gave them to me. Thus, it gave me something to do and seek out as I was dragged around to these events. From this, I’ve met hundreds of interesting people, including 4 US Presidents. I’ve been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines across the country, including in this area, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, the Beaver County Times, The Butler Eagle, and Pittsburgh Magazine. Beyond the Pittsburgh area I’ve been featured with my collection in the Washington Post, LA Times, as well as several national news and morning TV programs. Today, I still enjoy the thrill of “the hunt” and in particularly, sharing my love of political history.
CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room
 Join us this election season for a fascinating discussion of how presidents market themselves!  Steve Mihaly will share his extensive collection of presidential memorabilia, including a James Monroe snuff box promoting the Monroe Doctrine, a Teddy Roosevelt cast iron door stop, an Eisenhower bar of soap with Ike’s image on it and the words “Clean Up With Ike” and a Richard Nixon shower head where the water comes squirting out of his mouth!  Most folks, when they hear the word”marketing” think of it as a relatively modern day term, but in terms of presidential candidates, from George Washington to today, candidates have been marketing themselves, their ideas, or marketing against their opponent, from the beginning. This presentation focuses on the array of “odd” artifacts that candidates have produced to get the candidate’s name and ideas in front of the electorate. The presentation tends to focus on the whimsical, while at the same time, explaining to the audience why the candidate would actually produce such an oddity and what is the historical significance behind it.  

About Steve Mihaly: 

I am the recently retired Vice President of the HJ Heinz Co., Pittsburgh. My wife Kathy is a substitute school nurse in the North Allegheny and Deer Lakes School Systems, and we have lived in Gibsonia for over the past 20 years. We have one daughter, Katie, who currently lives in Hot Springs Virginia where she is a Guidance Counselor at Valley Elementary.
I began collecting political americana at the age of 10, and have now been collecting for over 50 years, with a collection that now encompasses over 20,000 items. However, this journey started out very humbly and simply. As a young kid, my parents loved to go to antique shops, garage sales, and flea markets.....travels that I did not particularly enjoy. However, I did enjoy American History and one day my dad bought a handful of old political buttons at one of these garage sales and gave them to me. Thus, it gave me something to do and seek out as I was dragged around to these events. From this, I’ve met hundreds of interesting people, including 4 US Presidents. I’ve been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines across the country, including in this area, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, the Beaver County Times, The Butler Eagle, and Pittsburgh Magazine. Beyond the Pittsburgh area I’ve been featured with my collection in the Washington Post, LA Times, as well as several national news and morning TV programs. Today, I still enjoy the thrill of “the hunt” and in particularly, sharing my love of political history.
CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Friday October 19, 2018
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1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Book Club
CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger    almendingerr@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room
CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  
  almendingerr@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Monday October 22, 2018
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
American MahJong

Join Donna Knapp at the Library from 10 am-12pm to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:  Donna Knapp  412-303-2741  dandgknapp@gmail.com
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join Donna Knapp at the Library from 10 am-12pm to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:
  Donna Knapp
  412.303.2741
  dandgknapp@gmail.com

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

 
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday October 23, 2018
rec_yoga
10:30 AM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday October 24, 2018
misc_kidsreading1
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
misc_clouds
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Psychological Principles of Personal and Spiritual Development with Richard Valinsky, Ph.D.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Zumba! with Kara Steiner

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday October 25, 2018
misc_rivers
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Details to follow!

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Details to follow!

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Sahaja Meditation

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  412.828.9532  
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  412.828.9532
  

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Monday October 29, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday October 30, 2018
rec_yoga
10:30 AM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday October 31, 2018
misc_kidsreading1
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
misc_clouds
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Psychological Principles of Personal and Spiritual Development with Richard Valinsky, Ph.D.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Zumba! with Kara Steiner

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday November 1, 2018
misc_rivers
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Details to follow!

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Details to follow!

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Monday November 5, 2018
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
American MahJong

Join Donna Knapp at the Library from 10 am-12pm to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:  Donna Knapp  412-303-2741  dandgknapp@gmail.com
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join Donna Knapp at the Library from 10 am-12pm to play or learn to play American MahJong. Mahjong is a game of both skill and luck that originated in China many centuries ago. American mahjong (also sometimes spelled "Mah Jongg" or called "Maajh") is unique from Asian mahjong in several ways. American mahjong utilizes racks, jokers, "Hands and Rules" score cards and has several distinct gameplay mechanics. Although an American mahjong set can be used to play Chinese Mahjong, the rules that we will follow are for the American game.Donna is a retired teacher who lives in East Oakmont. The sessions are free and open to the public. If you already play bring your Mah Jong set and your friends; if you never played, there will always be a beginner's table. It's easy and it's fun!

CONTACT:
  Donna Knapp
  412.303.2741
  dandgknapp@gmail.com

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

 
misc_kidsreading1
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

Tuesday November 6, 2018
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10:30 AM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meditation with a Monk

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Join the monks from Natrona Height's Pittsburgh Buddhist Center for an hour of relaxing meditation at the library!  This free program is every Tuesday evening.
 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Wednesday November 7, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Psychological Principles of Personal and Spiritual Development with Richard Valinsky, Ph.D.

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

This seminar will examine personal and spiritual development.  Some of the material will be based on a book written by Dr. Valinsky, “Perennial Psychology of the Bible: The Internal Battle for Communion and Union with Divine Consciousness”.  The book is available from Amazon.com.  The book is not necessary for the seminar but is recommended.  The seminar will consist of lectures, discussion, and experimental exercises.  Please register for this event online or by calling the library at 412-828-9532.  10 sessions on Wednesdays from 11:30 to 12:30 beginning September 12th.  Free but donations are accepted.  

Dr. Valinsky, a psychologist, has been a practicing psychotherapist for fifty years.  He was Director of the Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Director of the Psychological Services of the Pain Management Program at St. Francis Medical Center, consulting psychologist to the pain management program at Presbyterian University Hospital under the directorship of Dr. Rubin Tenicella, and Director of the Buffalo New York branch of the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy where he taught courses in meditation and Yoga philosophy and psychology.  He currently has a private practice of psychotherapy in Oakmont Pennsylvania. 

He has studied various spiritual paths including Judaism (Kabballah), Christianity, Yoga, Native American, and the Sufi (Moslem) paths.  He has been a student of a Yoga master, Swami Rama, who initiated him into a meditation practice and a Native American (Lakota Sioux) medicine and Yuwipi man, Chief Luciano Perez, under whose role as the ceremonial leader he participated in Inipi and Yuwipi ceremonies and a vision quest.  His interest in spirituality grew out of his professional work as a psychologist to alleviate the suffering and also the absence of meaning and joy in the lives of many of the people who came to see him.  He has previously presented a meditation course at the Oakmont Library. 

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Zumba! with Kara Steiner

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join instructor Kara Steiner at the library for a free Zumba class every Wednesday evening!  You'll love this amazing dance fitness class!

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

Thursday November 8, 2018
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tai Chi with Jeri McCutcheon

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Join Jeri McCutcheon at the library for a beginner's Tai Chi class.  This class is free and open to the public. 

From Jeri McCutcheon:

mind-body teacher for over 30 years. (yoga,karate,tai chi)

Pittsburgh corporate fitness 10 years.

This hour class will consist of warm up exercises and to begin learning the Yang Short Form, which I have been teaching since 1999.

Tai Chi is moving meditation. A healing art.
Its graceful movements are inviting, eliminating the mental hurdles to start exercising.

Benefits :
Increase Energy

Reduce Stress

Improve Balance

Build Coordination

Refine Posture

Create Peace


Everyone can benefit from learning.

All that is needed is the ability to stand and breathe.

Please wear comfortable clothing and flat sole shoes.

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
OCL After School Program

Details to follow!

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  4128289532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Details to follow!

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  4128289532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Sahaja Meditation

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:  Robin Almendinger  412.828.9532  
LOCATION: Red Oak Room

A guided meditation practice offered every other Thursday to provide the basics of finding inner peace, balance and self-control. The class is free and open to the public, just come on down!  This meditation class is now lead by Marilyn Patete.
 

CONTACT:
  Robin Almendinger
  412.828.9532
  

LOCATION: Red Oak Room

Monday November 12, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Book Buddies Story Time

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:  Karen Crowell  412-828-9532  crowellk@einetwork.net
LOCATION: Oak Room

Our Book Buddies Story Time is for children ages 0 - 5 with caregiver.  We include free-play followed by circle time and a simple craft. Children should be able to sit and listen to a short story.  Due to large attandance, please choose either Monday or Wednesday to attend.  FREE to the public! No registration necessary.  

CONTACT:
  Karen Crowell
  412.828.9532
  crowellk@einetwork.net

LOCATION: Oak Room

 
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6:00 PM
Gentle Yoga with Cora Fetchko

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:  Stephanie Zimble  412.828.9532  zimbles@einetwork.net

Join our instructor Cora Fetchko at the library for a Gentle Yoga class!  This class is free and open to the public, although donations are accepted.  No registration necessary.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.  Classes are held Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings.  

CONTACT:
  Stephanie Zimble
  412.828.9532
  zimbles@einetwork.net