Northland Library January Happenings
Registration is required for the following as noted. You may register online, in person at the adult reference desk or by calling 412-366-8100, extension 113.
THE PITTSBURGH BUCKET LIST: BETH GEISLER AUTHOR VISIT
Want to learn about the best Pittsburgh has to offer? Then join us to meet Beth Geisler, author of the recently published 100 Things to Do in Pittsburgh Before You Die. Beth will visit Northland on Thursday, January 26 at 7 p.m. to host an interactive discussion about the book and all the wonderful things yinz can do in the 'Burgh. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing for $17.00. Registration is required.
THE LEARNING GARDEN
Baby, it’s cold outside, but we still can imagine a warm summer day, the smell of flowers in the air, a hummingbird’s wings whirring nearby, and a library program captivating our imagination. That’s our wish for The Learning Garden at Northland, a new program space on the Library’s “front lawn,” where programs for all ages can inspire our patrons to create, explore and discover. Northland Public Library Foundation has kicked off the capital campaign; please consider buying a brick or making a gift. Donations and pledges of up to three years are being accepted, and naming rights are available from $100 to $100,000! Additional information is available on our website, www.northlandlibrary.org/foundation, including the order form for engraved pathway bricks.
TASTY TRUCKS @ NORTHLAND
Food trucks will return to Northland in 2017, most times with double the food fun! Starting January 19, Northland again will host food trucks in the upper parking lot every first and third Thursday from noon until 6pm, as supplies last, accepting most major credit cards. Subscribe for email alerts for up-to-date information.
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