BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU SECURE YOUR ID DAY
Saturday, October 15, 2016
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
You are your best defense against identify theft! The first rule of Identify Protection – if you don’t need it, dispose of it … responsibly.
The Better Business Bureau will offer free on-site document destruction at the library on April 18. BBB volunteers will guide cars through a moving line, offload their disposable items, shred them on the spot and distribute goodie bags with educational ID theft and fraud prevention materials. Each vehicle may dispose of a maximum of 3 boxes / bags of paper-based materials.
For more information, please visit the Better Business Bureau or call 877.267.5222.
NATIONAL FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY WEEK
October 16 - 22, 2016
Enjoy some refreshments on us as we thank past Friends for all of their support throughout the years. Or, maybe you want to get more involved with the library this year and meet community members who feel the same way? Please consider joining our PTPL Friends for their first meeting of the year as they kick off their new role as a branch of The Peters Township Library Foundation on Oct. 20th, 9:30 a.m. in the upstairs Reading Room. Contact Maura Kelly with questions on 724.941.2778.
TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY AND HOLIDAY PARTY
Join us at the library for the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and Holiday Party, held in partnership with the Peters Township Parks and Recreation Department. Festivities will include lighting and decorating the outdoors township tree at 6:00, followed by holiday caroling. Refreshments, visits with Santa, and holiday crafts for children will be offered in the library. It's a wonderful way to get in the holiday spirit and spend time with family and friends!
Sunday, December 4, 2016
TRINITY BELL CHOIR
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Presented by: The Trinity Bell Choir of the Trinity United Methodist Church
Join us for a relaxing hour of beautiful holiday bell music. Refreshments will be provided by The Peters Township Library Foundation after the performance.
ORAL HISTORY DISPLAY
As part of a community history project to record and preserve the history of the township through past and present residents, the library offers an extensive photo display about life in Peters Township. Images on display on the grand staircase, throughout the second floor, and inside Café Lee include various facets of the history of the township including farm life, education, transportation, government, recreation, churches, and industry. Take a few moments next time you visit to see how life in Peters Township has evolved over time.