Monday, July 9, 2018

Libraries ROCK Because of Patrons Like You!


THANK YOU for supporting the Library and its programs

UPCOMING FUNDRAISER  


Your shopping makes a difference. Amazon donates to Pleasant Hills Public Library when you shop Prime Day deals at smile.amazon.com/ch/25-1089389

Other Ongoing Fundraisers at the Library

Pleasant Hills Library Tote Bags - $10
T-Shirts "Power of Reading" $12 ($15 for 2XL)


Sheetz Coupon Books $10
$20 worth of Sheetz items for $10

"Love Your Library" Bracelet $10
Circle bangle with book charm

Sarris Candy Bars $1



Monday, June 25, 2018

Programs, Events and News for Adults!


Adult Summer Reading Challenge 



 If you haven't registered yet, it's not too late! There are still about 6 weeks to join in the fun.  Stop by the front desk to sign up and receive all the information you need to start earning those raffle tickets.  There's a different gift basket raffled off every week, with the winner being randomly picked each Friday through August 10th!  All the prizes are on display at the library, so come on in and see for yourself what all is being raffled off during the Summer Reading Challenge!

Visit the online Events Calendar to see everything that's happening here at the Pleasant Hills Public Library! 

Events Calendar

Upcoming Special Events and Programs

The Butterfly Project with the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh - Monday, July 9th @ 2p.m. Please Register. Join the initiative to paint a ceramic butterfly to represent one of the 1.5 million children killed during the Holocaust. Program recommended for ages 7 - adult.

PiYo with Melissa Jusko - combines pilates and yoga for a mind/body workout. Classes being held Saturdays, July 14th and 28th, $5 a class and registration required due to space in the program room. 


  Maker Monday - this months craft is a mosaic flower pot made with recycled CD's. Monday July 16th, at 10:30 a.m., registration required for supplies.  $5 donation being collected at the start of the program.

Kindness ROCKS - Monday, July 16 @ 3p.m. Open to all Ages, $1 donation per person.  Come to the library and paint your own kindess rock! Registration Required.

Evening Book Discussion - Monday July 16th @ 7p.m. Something new this month!  Choose which memoir to read OR read both! 




Copies of each title are availalbe at the front desk #LibrariesRock. CONTACT:  Sharon Julian-Milas  412-655-2424  milass@einetwork.net,

Music on the Lawn & Music Swap - both events planned for Tuesday, July 17th @ 6:30 p.m.  Local musician, Micah Nagel, along with a few other contributing musicians, will be performing live for a second performance on the library lawn!  Don't miss out this time - it's a fun night filled with lots of great family friendly tunes we all know and enjoy. Also, bring your CD's and Vinyl Records to swap with others who appreciate good music as much as you!  No registration required; All Ages Welcome!

Extracting Health From Nature: Essential Oils Talk with Jen Wittkopp - Tuesday, July 24th @ 6:30p.m. Topics will include essential oil history, safety, uses for children and pets, cooking, and more! You don't need to be an aromatherapist to use essential oils in your home. Registration Requested

Musical Movie Matinees - Select Fridays @ 10:15 a.m. July 13th- "That Thing You Do" (PG), July 27th - "Into the Woods" (PG).  Light refreshments will be provided.  


Book Talks with Dr. Aupperle - Friday, July 20th at 10:30 a.m. in the Pleasant Hills Library program room.  This month's selection will be Fascism: A Warning by Madeline Albright.



Bagels and Book Thyme -  Join us on Monday July 30th @ 10a.m. for a new Book Club taking place at Fresh Thyme Farmers Market Cafe. Free Refreshments will be provided by Fresh Thyme.  This moths book discussion will be on The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini.



National Night Out - Tuesday July 31st @ 6:30p.m. Come to the Library lawn for the best view of the parade! Enjoy music, kids crafts and games, and $1 sno-cones! Fun for the whole family!

To find out more about these events or to register, please contact Amanda Neeley @ neeleya@einetwork.net or call the Library, 412-655-2424.  Thanks!