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Northland Public Library Programming & Events march 2016
Adult Special Programing Part 1

Categorized as: Library
Event tags:

  • Wee ly on Mon, ly on Tue, ly on Thu, and ly on Sat
  • Starting on: Mar 01, 2016
  • Ending on: Mar 31, 2016
  • 09:00AM - 09:00PM
  • NA
  • 412-366-8100
  • Event Website

Description:

TAI CHI CLASSES

Tai Chi classes held every Monday in March at 11:15 a.m. at the Activity Center in Blueberry Hill Park. Whether you are a beginner to Tai Chi or have practiced the art before, you are welcome to join in this beneficial exercise. No registration.

SOCIAL SECURITY: MAXIMAZATION MAY BE GONE BUT OPTIMIZATION IS NOT

Social Security benefits are retirement income. Come to this informational session on Thursday, March 3 at 7 p.m.

If you've already filed for Social Security or are thinking about it, it's important to understand the changes and how they may impact the security of your retirement plan. Join independent insurance agent and CPA, Elizabeth Ley, as she explains, how the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 may limit some of the flexibility you previously had to structure your benefits and the strategies to maximize your benefits. Please register.

MEET OUR LOCAL AUTHORS

Pittsburgh is very fortunate to have authors who have published a variety of books in many genres. Join us on Thursday, March 10 at 7 p.m. to hear from some of our local authors about how they were inspired, how they developed their ideas and finally how they got published. Our local author panels will include:

Elane Berkowitz – Her book, Live Life…Love Country describes her sense of adventure and her passion for helping others through her dentistry abroad and here at home.

Philip Beard – His latest novel, Swing, is about a life-long friendship that begins with a love of baseball and enables two friends to heal old wounds.

Rosemary Hanrahan (pen name) – Developed her novel, When Dreams Touch, from her experiences volunteering as a doctor abroad in Haiti. The story shows three Haitian womens’ backgrounds differ widely, but they all share a vision for a better future.

Nancy Mramor Kajuth, PhD – In Get Reel: Produce Your Own Life she fills each chapter with entertaining methods for conscious living, and discovering our own beliefs free of influences from media, family, peers and past experiences.

Dorit Sasson – Accidental Soldier: A Memoir of Service and Sacrifice in the Israel Defense Forces is a compelling memoir full of grit, humor and courage from when she volunteered in the military and found her voice and inner strength.

Thomas White – Co-authored by Tony Lavorgne, Haunted Roads of Western Pennsylvania takes the reader to Pennsylvania’s backroads to discover ghostly and mysterious legends.

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