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February News 2017

February News

NORTHLAND NEWS February 2017 MISSION STATEMENT: Northland Library enables, encourages and empowers lifelong learning and discovery. At Your Library Yvonne Hennigan, of Handmade Pasta by Yvonne, demonstrates the basics of pasta making by hand as well as machine. Patrons repurpose vintage teacups into beautiful keepsake ornaments at the Library. Feature Focus Did you know that you are an owner of the wonderful collection of items at Northland Public Library? That’s right – as a library card holder, you, and many others in our community, own, share and borrow the items available here. With that ownership comes the responsibility to keep your collection healthy. On average, we circulate roughly 1,548,803 items each year! With that volume of items being used on-site, checked out and checked back in, we rely on you, the owners of the collection, as well as staff, to help us identify materials that may be in need of a little tender loving care. Normal wear and tear of the collection is expected. However, if you see something ripped, chipped, torn, stained, written in or in any other way that appears to be questionable, please bring it to the customer service desk so that we may note the condition on the item. Didn’t notice the condition until you arrived home? No problem, give us a call or be sure to bring it to our attention when you return to the library. Our goal is to protect you, the patron, from being held responsible for damage that may not have occurred during your loan period. Will you help us keep our collection in a healthy condition? We thank those of you who are already doing this and encourage you to tell your family and friends. The more of us that assist in keeping our collection healthy, the longer our collection will last for the enjoyment of more people to come and enjoy. If you do accidentally damage an item, do not worry – we understand accidents can happen and we will assist you in handling the situation. Patron Feedback “I’ve been coming here since I was a teenager in the 80s. Great to see familiar friendly faces.” -Anonymous We found Frosty hanging out at our Adult Reference Desk upstairs. NORTHLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY 300 Cumberland Road Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237 412-366-8100 HOURS: Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. I Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. l Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. l Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Sundays, Memorial Day weekend - Labor Day OFFSITE MATERIALS RETURN: Ross Township Community Center l Marshall Township Municipal Building l Baierl Family YMCA 24 hour accessibility BOOKMOBILE HOURS: Fridays, 3:30 pm. to 4:30 p.m., Marshall Elementary School, Marshall Township

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