Scott will share stories, lessons and more from his latest book, Hope and Heartbreak, which chronicles the opioid epidemic in Westmoreland County and the surrounding area.
Signed copies will be available for purchase.
Learn how to make some fall-inspired sugar scrubs. All materials will be provided. 14 years and older please
“Genealogy for Beginners” is a class for people who want to try tracing their family tree, but have hesitated because they are not computer-savvy. Computer skills are not necessary to begin your family tree research.
This class will show you how to start a simple family tree using materials that you may already have at home and resources available in the community such as local historical societies and our public libraries.
You will also teach you some common beginner mistakes, and how you can avoid making them!
Join us for a free performance by Barynya, a world-renowned Russian folk ensemble. The group will perform traditional Russian, Cossack, Ukranian, Jewish and Gypsy Roma dances and music.
Norwin Public Library
Wednesday, July 31 at 6:00pm
Call 724-863-4700 to register.
Presented by Westmoreland Library Network through a grant from the Westmoreland County Bureau of Parks & Recreation Arts Grant Program.
Monday, July 22 at 6:30 pm.
This will be a competition with teams of 4-5 people. You can make up a team or we will place you in a team.
Registration is required. Please stop by the front desk to sign up!
Stan Gordon began investigating reports of Bigfoot sightings in Pennsylvania in the late 1960’s. Since then he has interviewed hundreds of witnesses who claim to have encountered these strange hairy creatures.
Sightings of Bigfoot continue to take place yearly in Pennsylvania and across the country. You will hear about some of the strangest cases ever documented about Bigfoot. You will also hear about the latest Bigfoot encounters around the area.
The program is free, but registration is requested. Please stop by the front desk or call 724-863-4700 x3.