Families with children ages 2-7 years old can join us on Saturday, April 28 at 11:00 AM for a family story time. We’ll have songs, stories, and crafts for families to enjoy together. Please register online or by calling 412-269-0334.
Enjoy fresh popcorn from our new machine and watch a new DVD release in this new movie series for families with children up to the fifth grade. Wear your PJs and bring a pillow! The movie on April 26 at Read More …
On April 22, head into our craft room with this open ended afternoon of crafting! We’ll provide the recycled crafting supplies, you bring the creative ideas. Ages 5 and up welcome with a caregiver.
Children 3-10 years old can stop in on April 20 and grab one of our ready-made craft kits for some at-home creative fun! This month’s craft is a Doodlebug. No registration is required but kits are only available while supplies last.
Stop in our Storytime Room April 19 at 4:30 PM for Club Pokémon! Kids grades K-5 can trade and play Pokémon: The Card Game and enjoy snacks. Our library is also a gym in Pokémon Go! Please call 412-269-0334 or apply online to register.
Families with children 2-7 years old can join us on April 18 at 6 PM for an evening of stories, songs and crafts. Don’t forget to bring Dad! Register by calling 412-269-0334 or by applying online.
Prepare to get messy with fun, creative and process-driven crafts! Children 1-3 years old with a caregiver can get artsy on April 13 at 10:30 AM. Please register by calling 412-269-0334 or applying online.
Bring a sock and create your own puppet! We’ll provide various materials to help kids 4-8 years old to make their puppet friends on April 11 at 6:00 PM. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334.
Be a Seed Library Starter! We are starting a seed library and want you to help it grow. Patrons of all ages will help us develop our seed collection by making seed paper and seed balls on April 14 from Read More …
Ruby the miniature collie therapy dog is coming! On Wednesday, April 11 from 7 PM to 8 PM, kids in grades K-5 can practice their reading skills by picking their favorite book and reading with Ruby. Spots are in high Read More …