Author Jennifer Sopko “Idlewild: History and Memories from America’s Oldest Amusement Park

From its origins as a Mellon family gambit to boost traffic on the Ligonier Valley Rail Road, through the difficult and turbulent times of the Great Depression, to the family friendly amusement and water park that it has become, Idlewild Park has seen it all.

Listen to its story… and the story of Storybook Forest… from author Jennifer Sopko at the Norwin Public Library on Wednesday, July 28th at 6:30 PM.

Copies of her books, Idlewild: History and Memories from America’s Oldest Amusement Park will be available for purchase.

The program is free, but registration is requested.  Stop by the front desk or call 724-863-4700 x3 to register.

 

Adult Summer Reading

You are invited to join the Norwin Public Library’s Adult Summer Reading program. The program begins June 22 and will run through August 30 for adults 16 and older. Register online through our website or at the library.

Just read 2,021 minutes and record them on the reading log, which is available at the library. Then turn in your reading log and receive a butterfly pin. In addition, your name will be entered for a prize drawing at the end of the summer. For more information contact Krista at 724-863-4700 x4 or kbrown@norwinpubliclibrary.net.

 

Mystery Night at the Library (Virtual Program)

On October 23, go to the Norwin Public Library Facebook page and watch the play live.  Programs will be posted on the library’s page or paper copies are available at the library.

Please note this is a virtual mystery night.  It is through

Facebook only.  No one will be permitted inside the library during the performance.