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How-To Festival @ Northland Library
Wednesday, June 22 from 10 am to 3 pm
Have you always wanted to learn how to do some simple woodcarving? Or how to twirl a baton? How about basic Tai Chi, making gift cards, growing roses, or trying a simple knitting project? Throughout the library on June 22nd, you'll see people demonstrating various skills that you can learn in a short time, so drop in between 10 am and 3 pm for some fun and learning! All of the libraries in northern Allegheny County are having a How-To Day on June 22nd, so you might want to stop at several libraries to see what types of activities they are having! ! The complete schedule of all How-To Festival events can be found at http://www.howtoatyourlibrary.com or find events on Twitter: #howtoPGH
Adult Summer Reading Club
June 3 - August 31
Get ready to read for fun and pleasure and prizes this summer! In the Adult Summer Reading Club, for each book you read, you'll have a chance to win a prize at a local restaurant or store. The more books you read, the better your chance to win! Stop at the adult reference desk upstans on June 3rd or afterwards to pick up your Summer Reading Club booklet.
Civil Defense in the North Hills: The Cold War and the Cuban Missile Crisis
Thursday, June 13 at 7:00 pm
John Eld, North Hills resident, was Assistand Director of Civil Defense for McCandless Twonship during the ColdWar and took an active part in the plans for our local area's preparedness for nuclear attack. Due to his organization's efforts, the first joint civil defence council in Allegheny county was developed in the North Hills area in 1961. How close did we come to war during the Cuban Missile Crisis? Are we better prepared now? John will discuss the relaities of war we have faced ever since the Cold War, and display some of the equipment and artifacts from those days. Please register in advance for this free program by calling 412-366-8100, extension 113, or register online.
Your Automobile Insurance Policy: Do You Understand It?
Monday, June 17 at 7 pm
What is your tort option? What is UM/UIM coverage, and do you have it? Did you sign down your coverage? If you can't answer these questions, you'll want to attend this program by Christina Westall, a personal injury attorney who will explain the basics of auto insurance and help you to understand what you are paying for. Bring your insurance Declarations Page to this free program. Advanced registration is required. Please reserve your space by calling 412-366-8100, extension 113; or register online.