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Monday April 19, 2021
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Take-home Crafts

Kids (and adults!) of all ages are invited to create and enjoy a simple weekly take-home craft with us. Please call or register online to reserve a weekly supply kit that can be picked up and enjoyed at home. This program will run from April 12-May 24. Registration is required each week to account for supplies

There are many spaces available.
 
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Take-home Maker Mondays

Our Pine Center Maker Mondays are now virtual! Even though you can't visit us in person at the Pine Center, Maker Mondays will continue in a virtual format! Every Monday, a tutorial video will be shared on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages. A weekly supply kit will be available to reserve and pick up for some great Maker fun at home!

April 19: Recycled Paper Baskets

Use recycled newspapers to learn how to weave a basket.

There are many spaces available.
 
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The Weekly Project

Welcome to The Weekly Project, a program featuring a variety of activities that can be enjoyed from home like cooking, crafting, art, and STEM. Each week will showcase a different project for children to do with their families, and will include take-home materials. This program will have a seven-week session that runs from April 12-May 24; and is for kids of all ages. Registration is required each week to account for supplies.

There are many spaces available.
Tuesday April 20, 2021
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Virtual Toddler Storytime
10:30 AM

A time to move, dance, share stories and songs with your busiest friends! These virtual storytimes are for toddlers and their families, and will be available to watch on our Facebook page or our website under the Children's Programs page.

 
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Starting a Vegetable Garden from Seeds
12:00 PM

Do you want to grow your own vegetables, but don't know where to begin? Thanks to a donation from Lowe's of Gibsonia, we have assorted vegetable seed packets to help you start planting! We will share take-home kits with a PowerPoint presentation and instructions. Registration is limited to one kit per family, so please sign up in advance and pickup will begin on Tuesday, April 20 at 12:00 PM.

There are 12 spaces available.
 
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Camping 101
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

If you're interested in camping, but aren't sure where to start, join PA Master Naturalist Kristen Haas online for Camping 101. She'll be sharing information on where to go, what to bring, and what to do while you're there, including activities for kids! Now is the perfect time to make your plan to enjoy the great outdoors as the weather warms up! Registration is required to receive the Zoom meeting invitation link.

There are many spaces available.
Wednesday April 21, 2021
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Fresh Air Storytimes
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for a Fresh Air Storytime featuring new stories, exciting rhymes, and a lot of fun. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms. Please bring a rattle or noise making toy to play along with our music! Families will be able to take home an activity or craft.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual storytime if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
 
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Did you Know? Library Resources
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Did you know that your library card can give you much more than books? We will be featuring and demonstrating some of our favorite eResources again this month. The best news is that you can access them all from home!

Gale Presents: Udemy

Udemy

Gale Presents: Udemy is an online learning platform that provides instruction for adults who want to upskill for a new job, learn something new, or deepen a personal interest. Udemy connects you to more than 6,000 video-based courses in business, technology, software, and personal development. You can use this resource to help you learn a new language, prep for IT certificates, sharpen leadership skills, produce a podcast, play the guitar, tap into your creativity, and more. Registration is required to receive the Zoom meeting invitation link.

There are many spaces available.
Thursday April 22, 2021
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Earth Day Craft for Adults

Earth Day was created in 1970 to acknowledge that we only have one earth and therefore need to take care of it. For more information on this holiday and what you can do to help protect our environment, visit https://www.earthday.org. Remember small changes can have a positive impact!

Celebrate Earth Day from home by creating art from recycled materials. Registration is required for this take-home kit.

There are 40 spaces available.
 
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Fresh Air: Rhymes, Songs, and Yoga Poses
10:30 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for an interactive storytime featuring stories, word play, and music, as well as yoga poses and stretches. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual program if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
 
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Knit Lit
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Do you knit, crochet, or craft in any way? If not, would you like to learn? We will be meeting online via Zoom this month. Beginners are invited to come and learn; experienced crafters are invited to bring a project to work on. Everyone is encouraged to bring their latest read to talk about.

Registration is required to receive the Zoom meeting invitation link.

There are many spaces available.
Monday April 26, 2021
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Take-home Crafts

Kids (and adults!) of all ages are invited to create and enjoy a simple weekly take-home craft with us. Please call or register online to reserve a weekly supply kit that can be picked up and enjoyed at home. This program will run from April 12-May 24. Registration is required each week to account for supplies

There are many spaces available.
 
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Take-home Maker Mondays

Our Pine Center Maker Mondays are now virtual! Even though you can't visit us in person at the Pine Center, Maker Mondays will continue in a virtual format! Every Monday, a tutorial video will be shared on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages. A weekly supply kit will be available to reserve and pick up for some great Maker fun at home!

April 26: Hand-sewn Coasters

Practice your sewing skills by making a small coaster.

There are many spaces available.
 
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The Weekly Project

Welcome to The Weekly Project, a program featuring a variety of activities that can be enjoyed from home like cooking, crafting, art, and STEM. Each week will showcase a different project for children to do with their families, and will include take-home materials. This program will have a seven-week session that runs from April 12-May 24; and is for kids of all ages. Registration is required each week to account for supplies.

There are many spaces available.
Tuesday April 27, 2021
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Virtual Toddler Storytime
10:30 AM

A time to move, dance, share stories and songs with your busiest friends! These virtual storytimes are for toddlers and their families, and will be available to watch on our Facebook page or our website under the Children's Programs page.

 
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Leave It, Move It, Roll It, Take It Virtual Seminar
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM

Have you left your job and been unsure about what to do with your work investments? Learn how to handle your 401(k), pension, or other employer-sponsored retirement plan with Edward Jones, presented by Richard Olszewski, Financial Advisor. This is a free virtual seminar. Registration is required to receive the Zoom meeting invitation link.

There are many spaces available.
Wednesday April 28, 2021
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Fresh Air Storytimes
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for a Fresh Air Storytime featuring new stories, exciting rhymes, and a lot of fun. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms. Please bring a rattle or noise making toy to play along with our music! Families will be able to take home an activity or craft.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual storytime if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
Thursday April 29, 2021
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Fresh Air: Rhymes, Songs, and Yoga Poses
10:30 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for an interactive storytime featuring stories, word play, and music, as well as yoga poses and stretches. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual program if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
 
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Age Related Cognitive Changes
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Join Alyson Mass, Speech Language Pathologist from UPMC Centers for Rehab Services to discuss memory impairments and share tips on keeping a healthy brain. Find out how using certain apps, websites, and programs can help with cognitive exercise. She will also be discussing healthy nutrition, hydration, and functional cognitive activities. Registration is required to receive the Zoom meeting invitation link.

There are many spaces available.
Monday May 3, 2021
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Take-home Crafts

Kids (and adults!) of all ages are invited to create and enjoy a simple weekly take-home craft with us. Please call or register online to reserve a weekly supply kit that can be picked up and enjoyed at home. This program will run from April 12-May 24. Registration is required each week to account for supplies

There are many spaces available.
 
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The Weekly Project

Welcome to The Weekly Project, a program featuring a variety of activities that can be enjoyed from home like cooking, crafting, art, and STEM. Each week will showcase a different project for children to do with their families, and will include take-home materials. This program will have a seven-week session that runs from April 12-May 24; and is for kids of all ages. Registration is required each week to account for supplies.

There are many spaces available.
Tuesday May 4, 2021
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Virtual Toddler Storytime
10:30 AM

A time to move, dance, share stories and songs with your busiest friends! These virtual storytimes are for toddlers and their families, and will be available to watch on our Facebook page or our website under the Children's Programs page.

Wednesday May 5, 2021
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Fresh Air Storytimes
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for a Fresh Air Storytime featuring new stories, exciting rhymes, and a lot of fun. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms. Please bring a rattle or noise making toy to play along with our music! Families will be able to take home an activity or craft.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual storytime if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
Thursday May 6, 2021
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Fresh Air: Rhymes, Songs, and Yoga Poses
10:30 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for an interactive storytime featuring stories, word play, and music, as well as yoga poses and stretches. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual program if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
Friday May 7, 2021
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Crafts for Mom

Request a bundle of adorable crafts that you can make at home to celebrate your mom or grandma on their special day. Kits will be available for pickup in the library's lobby starting on Friday, May 7. Registration for this program closes on May 3, so please request your take-home kit prior to this date. This take-home bundle is for children of all ages and their families.

There are 19 spaces available.
Monday May 10, 2021
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Take-home Crafts

Kids (and adults!) of all ages are invited to create and enjoy a simple weekly take-home craft with us. Please call or register online to reserve a weekly supply kit that can be picked up and enjoyed at home. This program will run from April 12-May 24. Registration is required each week to account for supplies

There are many spaces available.
 
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The Weekly Project

Welcome to The Weekly Project, a program featuring a variety of activities that can be enjoyed from home like cooking, crafting, art, and STEM. Each week will showcase a different project for children to do with their families, and will include take-home materials. This program will have a seven-week session that runs from April 12-May 24; and is for kids of all ages. Registration is required each week to account for supplies.

There are many spaces available.
Tuesday May 11, 2021
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Virtual Toddler Storytime
10:30 AM

A time to move, dance, share stories and songs with your busiest friends! These virtual storytimes are for toddlers and their families, and will be available to watch on our Facebook page or our website under the Children's Programs page.

Wednesday May 12, 2021
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Fresh Air Storytimes
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for a Fresh Air Storytime featuring new stories, exciting rhymes, and a lot of fun. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms. Please bring a rattle or noise making toy to play along with our music! Families will be able to take home an activity or craft.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual storytime if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
Thursday May 13, 2021
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Fresh Air: Rhymes, Songs, and Yoga Poses
10:30 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for an interactive storytime featuring stories, word play, and music, as well as yoga poses and stretches. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual program if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
Monday May 17, 2021
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Take-home Crafts

Kids (and adults!) of all ages are invited to create and enjoy a simple weekly take-home craft with us. Please call or register online to reserve a weekly supply kit that can be picked up and enjoyed at home. This program will run from April 12-May 24. Registration is required each week to account for supplies

There are many spaces available.
 
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The Weekly Project

Welcome to The Weekly Project, a program featuring a variety of activities that can be enjoyed from home like cooking, crafting, art, and STEM. Each week will showcase a different project for children to do with their families, and will include take-home materials. This program will have a seven-week session that runs from April 12-May 24; and is for kids of all ages. Registration is required each week to account for supplies.

There are many spaces available.
Tuesday May 18, 2021
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Primary Election Day
 
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Virtual Toddler Storytime
10:30 AM

A time to move, dance, share stories and songs with your busiest friends! These virtual storytimes are for toddlers and their families, and will be available to watch on our Facebook page or our website under the Children's Programs page.

Wednesday May 19, 2021
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Fresh Air Storytimes
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for a Fresh Air Storytime featuring new stories, exciting rhymes, and a lot of fun. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms. Please bring a rattle or noise making toy to play along with our music! Families will be able to take home an activity or craft.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual storytime if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
Thursday May 20, 2021
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Fresh Air: Rhymes, Songs, and Yoga Poses
10:30 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for an interactive storytime featuring stories, word play, and music, as well as yoga poses and stretches. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual program if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
 
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Health Care and Your Retirement
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Join us online for a free virtual seminar presented by Richard Olszewski, Financial Advisor from Edward Jones. We will be discussing the impact of health care costs on retirement savings. This program will give you an introduction to Medicare coverage and costs, as well as taking a look at the effects of long-term care costs. Find out the available options for supplemental health care and long-term care insurance. Registration is required to receive the Zoom meeting invitation link.

Monday May 24, 2021
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Take-home Crafts

Kids (and adults!) of all ages are invited to create and enjoy a simple weekly take-home craft with us. Please call or register online to reserve a weekly supply kit that can be picked up and enjoyed at home. This program will run from April 12-May 24. Registration is required each week to account for supplies

There are many spaces available.
 
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The Weekly Project

Welcome to The Weekly Project, a program featuring a variety of activities that can be enjoyed from home like cooking, crafting, art, and STEM. Each week will showcase a different project for children to do with their families, and will include take-home materials. This program will have a seven-week session that runs from April 12-May 24; and is for kids of all ages. Registration is required each week to account for supplies.

There are many spaces available.
Tuesday May 25, 2021
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Virtual Toddler Storytime
10:30 AM

A time to move, dance, share stories and songs with your busiest friends! These virtual storytimes are for toddlers and their families, and will be available to watch on our Facebook page or our website under the Children's Programs page.

Wednesday May 26, 2021
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Fresh Air Storytimes
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for a Fresh Air Storytime featuring new stories, exciting rhymes, and a lot of fun. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms. Please bring a rattle or noise making toy to play along with our music! Families will be able to take home an activity or craft.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual storytime if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.
 
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Alice's Ordinary People: the Civil Rights Movement
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

This hour long presentation will introduce you to Alice Tregay, a woman who refused to stand still for injustice and brought others together for change. Her remarkable story spans the historic period from the marches of Dr. King to the election of Barack Obama. Includes a thirty minute overview of the Civil Rights Movement. See more at: Alice's Ordinary People - Imagine Video

You can also borrow this documentary from your Library system!

Registration is required. Registrants will be sent a Zoom link prior to the program. To register, go to https://bit.ly/3d1tDwy.

Brought to you by Northern Tier Regional Library, Shaler North Hills Library, and Northland Public Library.

Thursday May 27, 2021
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Fresh Air: Rhymes, Songs, and Yoga Poses
10:30 AM

Join us on our side lawn (located next to the library's parking lot) for an interactive storytime featuring stories, word play, and music, as well as yoga poses and stretches. We ask families to bring a blanket or foldable lawn chairs, and to observe social distancing during the program. Adults must wear a mask at all times and make sure the little ones are observing appropriate norms.

This program is weather permitting and will revert to a virtual program if the weather is unfavorable. We also request that families register to make sure we can gather safely in the space.

There are many spaces available.

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