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Dan Brown at Lincoln Center: Live-Stream Webcast Viewing
Wednesday, May 15 at 7:00 pm
EXCLUSIVE: Live stream event from the Lincoln Center in New York. Dan Brown, author of The Davinci Code, presents his new book, Inferno. Northland Library invites you to a publisher's party to view this livestream webcast at the Ross Township Municipal Center, 1000 Ross Municipal Drive. Enjoy light refreshments, door prizes, and lots of conversation with and about this phenomenal author and his n ew book. Reservations are required. Please register in advance for this free seminar by calling the adult services department at 412-366-8100, extension 113 or register online.
Indian Cooking Class: Tomato Dal
Thursday, May 16 at 7:00 pm
Ann Manchella returns to demonstrate the preparation of Tomato Dal, seasoned tomatoes with lentils. Popular in South India, tomato dal is a healthy, gluten free, protein-rich dish that goes well with roti and rice.Please register in advance for this free class by calling the adult services department at 412-366-8100, extension 113 or register online.
Adult Summer Reading Club
June 3 - August 31
Get ready to read for fun and pleasure and prizes this summer! In the Adult Summer Reading Club, for each book you read, you'll have a chance to win a prize at a local restaurant or store. The more books you read, the better your chance to win! Stop at the adult reference desk upstans on June 3rd or afterwards to pick up your Summer Reading Club booklet.
Civil Defense in the North Hills: The Cold War and the Cuban Missile Crisis
Thursday, June 13 at 7:00 pm
John Eld, North Hills resident, was Assistand Director of Civil Defense for McCandless Twonship during the ColdWar and took an active part in the plans for our local area's preparedness for nuclear attack. Due to his organization's efforts, the first joint civil defence council in Allegheny county was developed in the North Hills area in 1961. How close did we come to war during the Cuban Missile Crisis? Are we better prepared now? John will discuss the relaities of war we have faced ever since the Cold War, and display some of the equipment and artifacts from those days. Please register in advance for this free program by calling 412-366-8100, extension 113, or register online.
How-To Day at Northland
Saturday, June 22 from 10 am - 3 pm
Have you always wanted to learn how to do some simple woodcarving? Or how to twirl a baton? How about basic Tai Chi, making gift cards, growing roses, or trying a simple knitting project? Throughout the library on June 22nd, you'll see people demonstrating various skills that you can learn in a short time, so drop in between 10 am and 3 pm for some fun and learning! All of the libraries in northern Allegheny County are having a How-To Day on June 22nd, so you might want to stop at several libraries to see what types of activities they are having!