Natrona Heights Travelogue

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Thursday August 25 (Harrison)

Funny, exciting, sad, embarrassing, and inspiring we want to hear them all.  Bring young best travel themed story to tell at this adult storytelling event.  The teller of the best story of the night will receive a prize and bragging rights. Call 724-226-3491 or email myserk2@einetwork.net to register for more information.

Not up for storytelling? Save the date and be a member of the audience. Light refreshments will be served.

 

We Want to Chill at the Library

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The library’s 18 year old air conditioning system finally broke down beyond repair last year.  We need to raise $15,000 to replace it in time for the library’s annual summer reading program.

Please help us continue to make the library a comfortable and cool retreat to escape the summer heat and enjoy a wide variety of programs for people of all ages.

To donate visit our go fund me page at https://www.gofundme.com/83v5zsv8.

Third Quarter of Library Club 200 Raffle Starting July 2016

It’s not too late to join our Library Club 200 raffle.  Members pay $30 for one of 200 tickets.  A ticket is good for one quarter of the year (three months) and a drawing will be held each Tuesday.  The owner of the number drawn each week will receive $100 and be immediately entered for the next week’s drawing.  Every club member is eligible to win every week regardless of previous wins.  The third quarter will run from July 5 to September 27.

Call 724-226-3491 or visit the library to find out more information or which numbers are still available.

Who Knew? Dearly Departed (6 p.m. July 19 OR 20 @ Tarentum)

Did you know that this area’s first public cemetery, Prospect Cemetery, opened in 1863?  Learn more about local cemeteries and the local funeral practices of generations past.

Presented by Tarentum’s Local History Department.

Space is limited. Registration required at 724-226-0770.

Audience participation welcome!

 


 

Volunteer

Are you interested in being a Volunteer for the Community Library of Allegheny Valley?

We are currently building our volunteer program. There are many ways that you can help the library.

If you have time to share, there is a place for you with us. For more information, contact the library at 724-226-3491.


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