Little Buddies Playgroup
Jun
14
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Classic Book Discussion
Jun
17
6:30 PM18:30

Classic Book Discussion

.Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales are like exquisite jewels, drawing from us gasps of recognition and delight. Andersen created intriguing and unique characters -- a tin soldier with only one leg but a big heart, a beetle nestled deep in a horse's mane but harboring high aspirations. Each one of us at some time, has been touched by one of Andersen's Fairy Tales. Here you'll find his classic tales such as: "The Mermaid, Thumbelina, The Steadfast Tin Soldier, "and "The Ugly Duckling," 38 of your favorite tales in all. This deluxe Children's Classic edition is produced with high-quality, leatherlike binding with gold stamping, full-color covers, colored endpapers with a book nameplate. Some of the other titles in this series include: Anne of Green Gables, Black Beauty, Heidi, King Arthur and His Knights and The Secret Garden. 

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Primary Group (Summer Quest)
Jun
18
6:00 PM18:00

Primary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 2 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. StoryHour encourages preschoolers and early readers to develop and practice good listening skills and library manners while also working to instill in them a lifelong love of reading and stories. Each week, a different theme is explored through interactive storytelling, including puppets, storyboards, finger plays, songs, and skits, followed by a take home craft that reinforces the theme of the hour. Guest readers from within the community have also been known to drop by! This spring we are exploring the alphabet with a focus on a different letter (or two!) each week. This free program is open to children ages 3-7. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Elementary Group (Summer Quest)
Jun
19
10:00 AM10:00

Elementary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 2 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The Elementary group meets at Riverside Park (PCC Enclosed Pavilion) for games, activities, and crafts while learning in a fun environment. For children entering grades 1 - 6. Please call the library (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk for more information about registering for this program.

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Teen Group (Summer Quest)
Jun
19
2:30 PM14:30

Teen Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 2 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The teen group is full of surprises - you never know what you’re going to get. The teens meet weekly to hang out, play games, eat snacks, and discuss books. This year we are exploring a different genre or reading format every month. There are also “after-hours” parties and movies. The teens also help plan and volunteer their time at many other library programs. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)
Jun
20
10:30 AM10:30

Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 2 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories! Did you know reading aloud to your little one is the single most effective way to encourage lifelong literacy? Introduce your baby to the joys of language and literature by bringing them to Read 2 Me, a half-hour filled with stories, songs, and simple crafts all designed to be enjoyed by only our youngest patrons and the adult they bring along. This free program is open to children ages birth-36 months. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Movie Matinee
Jun
20
1:00 PM13:00

Movie Matinee

Hotel Mumbai (R) 2 hours 3 minutes Drama/History/Thriller. The true story of the Taj Hotel terrorist attack in Mumbai. Hotel staff risk their lives to keep everyone safe as people make unthinkable sacrifices to protect themselves and their families.

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Little Buddies Playgroup
Jun
21
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Young Adult Art Club
Jun
22
10:00 AM10:00

Young Adult Art Club

The Young Adult Art Club has fun exploring new forms of artistic expression. Learning from experts in our community, this group develops knowledge of techniques, confidence, and friendships with the other artists within the group. Beginner artists are welcome! This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Young Adult Game Day - Dungeons & Dragons
Jun
22
1:00 PM13:00

Young Adult Game Day - Dungeons & Dragons

This group of Dungeon Masters is learning the roles and rules of the game Dungeons and Dragons. Meeting the fourth Saturday of each month, these teens are learning the strategies of the game as well as establishing rapport and building friendships. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to pregister.

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Friends of the Library Book Club
Jun
24
6:30 PM18:30

Friends of the Library Book Club

Budo is lucky as imaginary friends go. He's been alive for more than five years, which is positively ancient in the world of imaginary friends. But Budo feels his age, and thinks constantly of the day when eight-year-old Max Delaney will stop believing in him. When that happens, Budo will disappear.

Max is different from other children. Some people say that he has Asperger's Syndrome, but most just say he's "on the spectrum." None of this matters to Budo, who loves Max and is charged with protecting him from the class bully, from awkward situations in the cafeteria, and even in the bathroom stalls. But he can't protect Max from Mrs. Patterson, the woman who works with Max in the Learning Center and who believes that she alone is qualified to care for this young boy. 

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Primary Group (Summer Quest)
Jun
25
6:00 PM18:00

Primary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 3 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. StoryHour encourages preschoolers and early readers to develop and practice good listening skills and library manners while also working to instill in them a lifelong love of reading and stories. Each week, a different theme is explored through interactive storytelling, including puppets, storyboards, finger plays, songs, and skits, followed by a take home craft that reinforces the theme of the hour. Guest readers from within the community have also been known to drop by! This spring we are exploring the alphabet with a focus on a different letter (or two!) each week. This free program is open to children ages 3-7. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Elementary Group (Summer Quest)
Jun
26
10:00 AM10:00

Elementary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 3 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The Elementary group meets at Riverside Park (PCC Enclosed Pavilion) for games, activities, and crafts while learning in a fun environment. For children entering grades 1 - 6. Please call the library (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk for more information about registering for this program.

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Teen Group (Summer Quest)
Jun
26
2:30 PM14:30

Teen Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 3 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The teen group is full of surprises - you never know what you’re going to get. The teens meet weekly to hang out, play games, eat snacks, and discuss books. This year we are exploring a different genre or reading format every month. There are also “after-hours” parties and movies. The teens also help plan and volunteer their time at many other library programs. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)
Jun
27
10:30 AM10:30

Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 3 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories! Did you know reading aloud to your little one is the single most effective way to encourage lifelong literacy? Introduce your baby to the joys of language and literature by bringing them to Read 2 Me, a half-hour filled with stories, songs, and simple crafts all designed to be enjoyed by only our youngest patrons and the adult they bring along. This free program is open to children ages birth-36 months. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Little Buddies Playgroup
Jun
28
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Escape Room - Space Theme
Jun
29
9:45 AM09:45

Escape Room - Space Theme

Join us for a space-themed escape room today at the library! Families are welcome to sign up for this fun challenge. Open for families with children ages 5 and up. Please pre-register by calling the children’s desk at the library (724-588-5490) or by visiting the children’s room to sign up your family for a time slot.

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Little Buddies Playgroup
Jul
5
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Primary Group (Summer Quest)
Jul
9
6:00 PM18:00

Primary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 5 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. StoryHour encourages preschoolers and early readers to develop and practice good listening skills and library manners while also working to instill in them a lifelong love of reading and stories. Each week, a different theme is explored through interactive storytelling, including puppets, storyboards, finger plays, songs, and skits, followed by a take home craft that reinforces the theme of the hour. Guest readers from within the community have also been known to drop by! This spring we are exploring the alphabet with a focus on a different letter (or two!) each week. This free program is open to children ages 3-7. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Elementary Group (Summer Quest)
Jul
10
10:00 AM10:00

Elementary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 5 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The Elementary group meets at Riverside Park (PCC Enclosed Pavilion) for games, activities, and crafts while learning in a fun environment. For children entering grades 1 - 6. Please call the library (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk for more information about registering for this program.

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Teen Group (Summer Quest)
Jul
10
2:30 PM14:30

Teen Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 5 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The teen group is full of surprises - you never know what you’re going to get. The teens meet weekly to hang out, play games, eat snacks, and discuss books. This year we are exploring a different genre or reading format every month. There are also “after-hours” parties and movies. The teens also help plan and volunteer their time at many other library programs. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)
Jul
11
10:30 AM10:30

Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 5 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories! Did you know reading aloud to your little one is the single most effective way to encourage lifelong literacy? Introduce your baby to the joys of language and literature by bringing them to Read 2 Me, a half-hour filled with stories, songs, and simple crafts all designed to be enjoyed by only our youngest patrons and the adult they bring along. This free program is open to children ages birth-36 months. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Little Buddies Playgroup
Jul
12
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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American Girl Club
Jul
13
10:00 AM10:00

American Girl Club

Bring your favorite 18-inch doll and come explore a different American Girl doll, book, and era each month! This month we are exploring Luciana. Always on the second Saturday morning of each month, the girls and their dolls engage in crafts, music, games, and snacks from the history of the doll of the month. This free program is open to children and teens ages 6-18 with library cards in good standing. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk to preregister.

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Primary Group (Summer Quest)
Jul
16
6:00 PM18:00

Primary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 6 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. StoryHour encourages preschoolers and early readers to develop and practice good listening skills and library manners while also working to instill in them a lifelong love of reading and stories. Each week, a different theme is explored through interactive storytelling, including puppets, storyboards, finger plays, songs, and skits, followed by a take home craft that reinforces the theme of the hour. Guest readers from within the community have also been known to drop by! This spring we are exploring the alphabet with a focus on a different letter (or two!) each week. This free program is open to children ages 3-7. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Elementary Group (Summer Quest)
Jul
17
10:00 AM10:00

Elementary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 6 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The Elementary group meets at Riverside Park (PCC Enclosed Pavilion) for games, activities, and crafts while learning in a fun environment. For children entering grades 1 - 6. Please call the library (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk for more information about registering for this program.

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Teen Group (Summer Quest)
Jul
17
2:30 PM14:30

Teen Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 6 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The teen group is full of surprises - you never know what you’re going to get. The teens meet weekly to hang out, play games, eat snacks, and discuss books. This year we are exploring a different genre or reading format every month. There are also “after-hours” parties and movies. The teens also help plan and volunteer their time at many other library programs. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)
Jul
18
10:30 AM10:30

Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 6 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories! Did you know reading aloud to your little one is the single most effective way to encourage lifelong literacy? Introduce your baby to the joys of language and literature by bringing them to Read 2 Me, a half-hour filled with stories, songs, and simple crafts all designed to be enjoyed by only our youngest patrons and the adult they bring along. This free program is open to children ages birth-36 months. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Little Buddies Playgroup
Jul
19
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Primary Group (Summer Quest)
Jul
23
6:00 PM18:00

Primary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 7 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. StoryHour encourages preschoolers and early readers to develop and practice good listening skills and library manners while also working to instill in them a lifelong love of reading and stories. Each week, a different theme is explored through interactive storytelling, including puppets, storyboards, finger plays, songs, and skits, followed by a take home craft that reinforces the theme of the hour. Guest readers from within the community have also been known to drop by! This spring we are exploring the alphabet with a focus on a different letter (or two!) each week. This free program is open to children ages 3-7. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Elementary Group (Summer Quest)
Jul
24
10:00 AM10:00

Elementary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 7 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The Elementary group meets at Riverside Park (PCC Enclosed Pavilion) for games, activities, and crafts while learning in a fun environment. For children entering grades 1 - 6. Please call the library (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk for more information about registering for this program.

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Teen Group (Summer Quest)
Jul
24
2:30 PM14:30

Teen Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 7 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The teen group is full of surprises - you never know what you’re going to get. The teens meet weekly to hang out, play games, eat snacks, and discuss books. This year we are exploring a different genre or reading format every month. There are also “after-hours” parties and movies. The teens also help plan and volunteer their time at many other library programs. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)
Jul
25
10:30 AM10:30

Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 7 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories! Did you know reading aloud to your little one is the single most effective way to encourage lifelong literacy? Introduce your baby to the joys of language and literature by bringing them to Read 2 Me, a half-hour filled with stories, songs, and simple crafts all designed to be enjoyed by only our youngest patrons and the adult they bring along. This free program is open to children ages birth-36 months. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Little Buddies Playgroup
Jul
26
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Crash Landing Party (Summer Quest finale)
Jul
26
4:00 PM16:00

Crash Landing Party (Summer Quest finale)

Join us for our Crash Landing Party, the finale of the Summer Quest program! Prizes will be drawn, and we will have games, activities, contests, and some spacey visitors! We will have a BLAST! Attendees must be a part of the Summer Quest program. Call the library (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk for more information.

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Young Adult Art Club
Jul
27
10:00 AM10:00

Young Adult Art Club

The Young Adult Art Club has fun exploring new forms of artistic expression. Learning from experts in our community, this group develops knowledge of techniques, confidence, and friendships with the other artists within the group. Beginner artists are welcome! This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Young Adult Game Day - Dungeons & Dragons
Jul
27
1:00 PM13:00

Young Adult Game Day - Dungeons & Dragons

This group of Dungeon Masters is learning the roles and rules of the game Dungeons and Dragons. Meeting the fourth Saturday of each month, these teens are learning the strategies of the game as well as establishing rapport and building friendships. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to pregister.

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Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)
Jun
13
10:30 AM10:30

Read 2 Me (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 1 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories! Did you know reading aloud to your little one is the single most effective way to encourage lifelong literacy? Introduce your baby to the joys of language and literature by bringing them to Read 2 Me, a half-hour filled with stories, songs, and simple crafts all designed to be enjoyed by only our youngest patrons and the adult they bring along. This free program is open to children ages birth-36 months. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Teen Group (Summer Quest)
Jun
12
2:30 PM14:30

Teen Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 1 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The teen group is full of surprises - you never know what you’re going to get. The teens meet weekly to hang out, play games, eat snacks, and discuss books. This year we are exploring a different genre or reading format every month. There are also “after-hours” parties and movies. The teens also help plan and volunteer their time at many other library programs. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Elementary Group (Summer Quest)
Jun
12
10:00 AM10:00

Elementary Group (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 1 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. The Elementary group meets at Riverside Park (PCC Enclosed Pavilion) for games, activities, and crafts while learning in a fun environment. For children entering grades 1 - 6. Please call the library (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk for more information about registering for this program.

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StoryHour (Summer Quest)
Jun
11
6:00 PM18:00

StoryHour (Summer Quest)

Welcome to Week 1 of Summer Quest: A Universe of Stories. StoryHour encourages preschoolers and early readers to develop and practice good listening skills and library manners while also working to instill in them a lifelong love of reading and stories. Each week, a different theme is explored through interactive storytelling, including puppets, storyboards, finger plays, songs, and skits, followed by a take home craft that reinforces the theme of the hour. Guest readers from within the community have also been known to drop by! This spring we are exploring the alphabet with a focus on a different letter (or two!) each week. This free program is open to children ages 3-7. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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American Girl Club
Jun
8
10:00 AM10:00

American Girl Club

Bring your favorite 18-inch doll and come explore a different American Girl doll, book, and era each month! Always on the second Saturday morning of each month, the girls and their dolls engage in crafts, music, games, and snacks from the history of the doll of the month. This free program is open to children and teens ages 6-18 with library cards in good standing. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk to preregister.

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Little Buddies Playgroup
Jun
7
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Summer Quest Launch Party
Jun
4
6:00 PM18:00

Summer Quest Launch Party

We will be open for the Summer Quest Launch Party this evening! Just use the back door of the library to enter the Children’s Room. We will have games, activities, contests, and some spacey visitors! This will be important in explaining the logging system to the parents. Dress like you are out of this world! We will have a BLAST! Must be registered or planning to register for Summer Quest. Call the library (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s desk for more information.

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Makers Camp
Jun
1
10:00 AM10:00

Makers Camp

Join us for Makers Camp! The first Saturday of each month, this creative group uses various building materials (including Legos, K’nex, Lincoln Logs, Magna-Tiles, Makey-Makey materials, electric circuit boards, recycled materials, and even the library’s 3D printer) for STEM and STEAM activities. This free program is open to children and teens ages 7-18 with library cards in good standing. Five and six years olds are also welcome to attend, provided they are accompanied by an adult. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the chidlren’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Little Buddies Playgroup
May
31
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Little Buddies Playgroup
May
24
10:30 AM10:30

Little Buddies Playgroup

Introduce your little one to the library and encourage socialization by joining us for Little Buddies Play Group! Based in free play, this unstructured group learns through activity, using the library’s various manipulatives, puzzles, and toys to explore their world and make new friends - all to the tune of toddler music, which plays throughout the hour. This free program is open to children ages birth-5. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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Friends of the Library & Classics Book Clubs
May
20
6:30 PM18:30

Friends of the Library & Classics Book Clubs

It is the eve of World War I in Baku, Azerbaijan, a city on the edge of the Caspian Sea, poised precariously between east and west.  Ali Khan Shirvanshir, a Muslim schoolboy from a proud, aristocratic family, has fallen in love with the beautiful and enigmatic Nino Kipiani, a Christian girl with distinctly European sensibilities.   To be together they must overcome blood feud and scandal, attempt a daring horseback rescue, and travel from the bustling street of oil-boom Baku, through starkly beautiful deserts and remote mountain villages, to the opulent palace of Ali's uncle in neighboring Persia.  Ultimately the lovers are drawn back to Baku, but when war threatens their future, Ali is forced to choose between his loyalty to the beliefs of his Asian ancestors and his profound devotion to Nino.  Combining the exotic fascination of a tale told by Scheherazade with the range and magnificence of an epic, Ali and Nino is a timeless classic of love in the face of war.

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Young Adult Game Day - Dungeons & Dragons
May
18
1:00 PM13:00

Young Adult Game Day - Dungeons & Dragons

This group of Dungeon Masters is learning the roles and rules of the game Dungeons and Dragons. Meeting the fourth Saturday of each month, these teens are learning the strategies of the game as well as establishing rapport and building friendships. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to pregister.

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Teen Hang Out and Book Club
May
17
3:00 PM15:00

Teen Hang Out and Book Club

The teen group is full of surprises - you never know what you’re going to get. The teens meet weekly to hang out, play games, eat snacks, and discuss books. This year we are exploring a different genre or reading format every month. There are also “after-hours” parties and movies. The teens also help plan and volunteer their time at many other library programs. This free program is open to teens in grades 7-12. Please call (724-588-5490) or visit the children’s circulation desk to preregister.

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