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Homework Helpers

February 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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An event every 2 weeks that begins at 4:00pm on Wednesday, repeating until May 22, 2019


The Helping Children Tomorrow Club from Fox Chapel Area High School will provide tutoring help for children ages 5-12. The club will be at the library every Wednesday in the Children's Dept. Art Room. 

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4:30 pm

STEAM Lab – Sharpsburg

February 20 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Sharpsburg Community Library, 1212 Main Street
Free 9 spots left

For 2nd grade and up, this STEAM-themed program with Ms. Alison explores scientific experimentation and observation through hands-on learning.

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5:00 pm

Code Club Wednesday Edition

February 20 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 5:00pm on Wednesday, happening 8 times


So nice we are going to have it twice... a week!    If you can't make Thursday night join us on Wednesday's from 5-6:30 pm Learn how to code games, apps and websites with an amazing tool called Prenda! We're the only library in Western PA that has it! NO WAY! No experience necessary.   To get the most from this cool club, plan to join the fun every Wednesday!   Please bring headphones!  Ages 8-16.  

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6:00 pm


February 20 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 6:00pm on Wednesday, repeating until February 27, 2019


Learn to write beautiful letters with a pointed pen in this six-week class. We’ll work with ink and a metal dip pen to create the beautiful shapes of the classic Copperplate script. Students will then learn how to vary the classical style to make expressive contemporary letters. Beginner to intermediate students welcome. A supply fee (in addition to the class fee) of $25 will apply to first-time students payable to the instructor at the first class. Karen Nordstrom Roberts is a professional calligrapher with more than 20 years of lettering art experience. For many years she provided calligraphy services for weddings and other special events including marriage certificates and wedding blessings. Currently, her practice is focused on creating original art combining calligraphy and expressive art. She serves as vice president of the Calligraphy Guild of Pittsburgh.

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6:30 pm

Marketing the Presidency

February 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Free 38 spots left

Many folks, when they hear the word marketing think of it as a relatively modern day term, but in reference to presidential candidates, from George Washington to Donald Trump, candidates have been marketing themselves, their ideas, or marketing against their opponents, from the beginning. This presentation focuses on an array of odd artifacts that candidates have produced to get their names and ideas in front of the electorate. Some of which include a James Monroe snuff box that promoted the Monroe Doctrine, a Teddy Roosevelt cast iron door stop, an Eisenhower bar of soap stamped with Ike’s own image and the words Clean Up With Ike and a Richard Nixon shower head. Join Steve to learn about some of the more whimsical items while learning more about the reasons why candidates would produced such strange items and their historical significance. Steve Mihaly retired from his position as Vice President of the HJ Heinz Company and lives in Gibsonia with his wife.Steve began collecting political Americana at age 10 and has been collecting ever since, with a collection that now encompasses 20,000+ items. Growing up my parents loved to go to antique shops, garage sales, and flea markets, travels that Steve did not particularly enjoy. However he did enjoy American History and after receiving some old political buttons he was hooked on finding more historical paraphernalia. Over the years, he's met hundreds of interesting people, including 4 US Presidents, been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines across the country. Beyond local media, he's been featured with his collection in the Washington Post, LA Times and several national news and morning TV programs. He still enjoys the thrill of “the hunt” and in particular, sharing his love of political history.

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