What is it? An afternoon solely devoted to the joys of craft. The only three conditions are that the activity must be after midday, crafty, and with friends! We will meet downstairs from 2:30-4:30. Bring your best craft ideas with you! This is an informal gathering and a chance to meet new people and learn new craft ideas. Adults ages 18 and over welcome.
Registration is appreciated for this program because it helps us prepare adequate materials.
Wednesday, August 16th: Canvas Art
Wednesday, September 20th: Glass Etching (Please bring a piece of glass you would like to etch.)
Wednesday, October 18th: Halloween Trees and Topiaries
Come to the library for a fun movie night! Light refreshments will be provided. Registration is appreciated.
Thursday, August 17th: Grease
Thursday, September 21st: Blade Runner
Do you love reading cookbooks and making new recipes? If so, then this is the club for you! We pick the cookbook or theme, you select and make a recipe from that cookbook or theme. Please call the Library or stop in to register.
This month's cookbook is Eat Delicious by Dennis the Prescott.
Save the Date: Wednesday, October 25th --- Soup Cook Off
Join Amethyst from Pittsburgh Bellydance & Healing Arts for belly dancing classes at the Library this summer! The classes will cost $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Registration is through PayPal with Amethyst by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5:00 - 9:00 PM
Come to the library to participate in the AARP Driver Safety Class. The cost for the class is $15 for AARP Members and $20 for Non-AARP Members. Proof of AARP Membership is needed. Checks are REQUIRED and can be made out to AARP. Pre-registration with payment at the Library is required. Participants 55 and older can receive a 5% discount off of their car insurance for completing this program. This class is highly recommended for those wanting to learn the effects of aging on driving. Please bring your Driver's License and AARP (if a member) to the class.
This is a refresher course. You must have completed an 8 hour AARP Class to be eligible to register for this class.
Retired KOSD History Teacher Edd Hale will be at the Library to discuss the bank robbery. On May 14, 1917, the sleepy mining hamlet of Castle Shannon erupted in violence as four desperadoes robbed the town's only bank and found themselves caught in a Wild West-style shootout with the townspeople. Hear how this holdup was planned, executed, and partly foiled as we look at one of Pittsburgh's most notorious crime. Based on extensive research of court documents, period newspapers, and even an eyewitness interview, this almost unknown story rivals other well-known tales of the Daltons, Youngers, and James Brothers.
Psychic Sisters Jean Mckenzie Vincent and Suzanne Vincent have worked as Psychic Mediums, Psychic Profilers, Ghost Hunters, and Psychic Criminal Investigators for the past 25 years. They have been successful at locating missing persons and profiling criminals.
Topics to be Discussed: Cayle Marie Anthony, John Yelenic, Dakota James, Paul Kochu (missing AGH Nurse), Murder Mysteries, Ghost Stories/Haunted Places, and Gallery Readings.
Registration is REQUIRED for this event. The cost is free, but the Vincent Sisters ask you to bring a can of dog/cat food or a small donation to the Library's book fund. Please share any unusual photos or stories. Plus sign up for a free medium reading.