es, ELVIS was at the library! Elvis the African penguin, that is. Elvis visited along with a Eurasian Eagle owl and a Black vulture as part of a program from the National Aviary entitled "Mythbusters!"
ocal author Nancy Martin, author of 48 fiction titles, joined us for a fun evening in September! Some of Nancy's titles include the popular BLACKBIRD
SISTERS series and Pittsburgh crime-fighter Roxy Abruzzo!
ur program TEA WITH THE FIRST LADIES, featuring actress Ann Traeger as Bess Truman, actress Janet Robb as Eleanor Roosevelt and actress
Phyllis Gerber as Mary Todd Lincoln, filled the community room! In the past, the library has hosted historic portrayals of Benjamin Franklin and Abraham Lincoln. Watch our website for this popular program again in the spring; we can’t wait to have them back!
udy Parker and Bruce Adamson from The Children’s Institute, along with the KIDS ON THE BLOCK puppets, stopped by to teach children about different
disabilities in children. Three disabilities, blindness, deafness and cerebral palsy, were discussed.
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IN Norwin Winter 2011