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Seed Library: May 2021 Update

Thanks to the popularity of the Seed Library, we have more seeds in stock this month! Some of them are restocked old favorite, and others are added for the first time.

Municipal Primary Election 2021 Voting Guide

May 18 is the Municipal Primary Election. Due to COVID-19, some aspects of voting have changed. We have bolded those changes.
  • Voters registered as a Democrat or a Republican may vote in this election. The deadline to update your voter registration is Monday, May 3.
  • You can vote by completing a mail-in ballot or absentee ballot. The deadline to register for a mail-in or absentee ballot is May 11 by 5 PM.
  • If you vote by mail-in or absentee ballot, complete it in black or blue ink, place it inside the privacy envelope, place the privacy envelope inside the ...
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Seed Library: April 2021 Update

After taking last year off and some operational renovations, we are happy to reopen the Seed Library! Starting now, all seed requests are accepted by an online form and are available for no-contact pickup or at the front desk. Read all about how it works on our revised FAQ and which plants you can get in our new online Seed Catalog. We also have our largest variety of seeds yet. Our newest additions to the Seed Library are: Want more seeds? Donate to the Seed Library or email ...
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Level Up: Ramen Tips

Do you love ramen noodles but are tired of the same-old flavors you find on store shelves? Interested in cooking but not sure where to start? Let us help you with both problems! Sign up for our brand new program "Level Up" and take your ramen skills to the next level. On April 30, teens in grades 6-12 can pick up two packets of ramen noodles and recipe packet full of ideas on how to crank up the taste level on your noodles. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334 ...
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Stump the Artist

Do you know what an action salmon is? What about a political squid? You don't know? Neither do they. Watch Stump the Artist to see two anxiety-riddled artists fail to draw randomly generated creatures, people, scenes, and book covers on Moon Library's Twitch page www.twitch.tv/moonlibrary April 29 at 8 PM ...
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Britain in a Bag

Are you obsessed with all things British? Love all the shows on the BBC? Can't get enough of the Royal Family drama?  Get one of our Britain in a Bag kits! On April 26, we'll give you a movie or TV show that celebrates the glory of the BBC or some of our most beloved British actors and actresses, a snack or two straight from the UK, traditional British teas to try, and a set of trivia questions that will challenge your Brit loving brain. Adults ages 18+ can register online or by calling 412.269.0334 ...
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Spring Carrot Yarn Craft

Kids in grades K-5 can make their own cool yarn wrapped carrot craft with a kit and activity packet on April 21. Bring the kit home, then watch the instructional video on the Children's Department Facebook page. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334 ...
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Jackbox Game Night: Quiplash 3

On April 20 at 8 PM, Ms. Roxanne will host the joke writing game Quiplash, where players compete to write the funniest quips. Watch the stream on our Twitch page, then go to jackbox.tv on your phone or computer to play.   Register online or by calling 412-269-0334.   Each game hosts up to 8 players and lasts around 15 minutes. Non-players can participate in the Audience. We will play about 4 games.   Quiplash 3 is rated T for Teen in normal mode and E10+ (everyone 10 years & up) in Family Friendly mode. We will be playing in Family with Manual ...
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Stump the Artist

Do you know what an action salmon is? What about a political squid? You don't know? Neither do they. Watch Stump the Artist to see two anxiety-riddled artists fail to draw randomly generated creatures, people, scenes, and book covers on Moon Library's Twitch page www.twitch.tv/moonlibrary April 15 at 8 PM ...
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