History Night: The Road to Berlin, Part 1: The Prelude
The life, works, and influences of the great Norman Rockwell will be discussed.
The Uniqueness of Pittsburgh with PPG Columnist Brian O’Neill
Pittsburgh: Memorable Places and Recent Changes with Louise Sturgess of the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation
Coffee Chat with Author Kathleen Bowers
History Night: The Road to Berlin, Part 2: D-Day
Monday, November 21 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. $2 per person
Zen Practice: An Introduction
Mary Robb Jackson: My Life In Broadcasting
This interactive presentation will draw on participants’ memories and knowledge of Pittsburgh and will reveal how historic preservation efforts have helped create a city of great beauty and character. A brown bag lunch is included. Registration with payment must be made in person at the library to reserve your spot. Seating is limited.
Expectant Parent Class
Tap Into Your Powerful Mind-Body Connection
Writing Pittsburgh: A Panel Discussion with Acclaimed Novelists Rebecca Drake, Annette Dashofy, and Gwyn Cready
History Night: The Road to Berlin: Part 3: The Battle of the Bulge
All About Norm
Pittsburgh: Memorable Places and Recent Changes
All About Norm with Julie Agar
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November 24 - 25 Library is Closed (Thanksgiving) December 23 - 26
Library is Closed (Christmas)
Friends of the Library collect books the 1st Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Library Multipurpose Room. Please check the library website for up to date information regarding book collection Saturdays.
NEW! History Night with Glenn Flickinger and Scott Moore
Coffee Chat with the Author Special Guest: Kathleen Bowers
Birds of Prey with Gabi Hughes of the Audubon Society of PA
Monday, September 12 The Road to Berlin, Part 1: The Prelude Monday, October 10 The Road to Berlin, Part 2: D-Day Monday, November 14 The Road to Berlin, Part 3: The Battle of the Bulge 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, September 22 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Thursday, September 1 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Come explore the natural history of Pennsylvania’s raptors including the importance of habitat and how our actions impact these fascinating creatures. You’ll meet some live ‘avian ambassadors’ of the feathered kind. Adults and children accompanied by a parent are invited to come to this hands-on interactive program.
Local USC history buffs Flickinger and Moore will facilitate this monthly discussion group about our roots. The group will meet the second Monday of each month. Registration is not required.
3D Printing Workshop with Aaron Hartman of Bits to Pieces
The Uniqueness of Pittsburgh with PPG Columnist and Author Brian O’Neill
Wednesday, September 28 and October 19 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
wireless technology companies. Ruckus ... antenna (Smart Wi-Fi) technology that improves the reliability, performance and capacity of Wi-Fi ... whom have a long history of developing innovative, cutting-edge network and wireless technology.
Mar 23, 2018 - Opening Remarks. Nathan Kozuskanich. UGRC Chair. NU Cafeteria A246. 9:00-10:30. Concurrent Panels. 1. Long Colonial Shadow: Race and History. A224. 2. Chronic Cannabis Exposure Effects: Motives, Memories,. Emotions, and Critical Period