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March News 2017

March News

NORTHLAND NEWS March 2017 MISSION STATEMENT: Northland Library enables, encourages and empowers lifelong learning and discovery. At Your Library Patrons share ways that they enjoy the winter months in the upper level of the Library. Parents learn how to protect their child’s identity at our Digital Boot Camp program. Feature Focus CELEBRATE EARTH DAY AT OUR MAGICAL GARDEN GALA! Discover the magic of the Library at night during the Garden Gala, Saturday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. We’ll transform the library into a paradise of greenery, good times and good eats! Guests may roam both floors of the library enjoying live entertainment, an assortment of tempting libations and food from local restaurants to tantalize the taste buds at the over-21 event. The Garden Gala will benefit the construction of The Learning Garden at Northland, a flexible outdoor educational space, which will contain a sensory garden for patrons of all ages. The Learning Garden will offer library patrons educational programs, entertainment and events under the stars or in the sun! Our thanks to the businesses providing tastings, including Arsenal Cider, King View Mead, Country Hammer Moonshine, Liberty Pole Spirits (whiskey), Pittsburgh Winery, Maggie’s Farm Distillery (rum), and wines from Premier Innovations Group and PA Wine and Spirits Chairman’s Selections. Allegra Pittsburgh/Image 360 and Barry L. Rotz, DMD, will sponsor wine tables, also featuring fine wines. Garden Gala guests will have their fill with restaurant samples, including tastes from Bistro 9101, Monte Cello’s of Wexford, Mediterrano Graeter’s Ice Cream, Chipotle and many more. A silent auction will provide an extravaganza of baskets, gift cards and one-of-a-kind experiences and items, including a huge wine basket, Pittsburgh Steelers items, tickets to the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s BNY Mellon Grand Classics series, passes to the National Aviary, certificates for massages, and much more. WPXI news anchor Peggy Finnegan will serve as Honorary Chair with wine expert John Eld as Honorary Sommelier. Tickets for the Garden Gala are $60 in advance ($75 at the door), available online http://bit.ly/1IKsneW and from the Foundation office (412-366-8100, ext. 104). Spend a magical evening helping us grow a special place to create, explore and discover! Patron Feedback (I love Northland) “Because you provide programs that are relevant. Loved the To Kill a Mockingbird challenge! So needed at this time.” -Anonymous Volunteers from AARP help eligible patrons with their tax preparation. 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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