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American Girl Valentine Party

Tuesday, February 7th at 6:30 p.m.-Registration required. We will make Valentine crafts for you and your doll. Children are welcome to bring any doll with them. Snacks served. Registration required. Call the library to register by February 2rd.

 

Valentine’s Party for Children-Wednesday, February 8th at 6:30 p.m.

No registration required.

 

 

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Tax Resources

    • In the library:
      • Beginning in mid-January, we receive a variety of state and federal forms that you can pick up for free (such as PA-40 and 1040 forms). If we run out, there is a nominal fee to print a copy.
      • Popular IRS Instruction booklets are available, but you can also make copies (15 cents per page) or go to www.IRS.gov
      • You can also use our computers for free to file your returns online.
  • Filing Help
    • PA FreeFile and DirectFile
      • FreeFile is free software and forms, and many individuals can even file state andfederal simultaneously at PA FreeFile, with income under $64,000.00.
      • DirectFile is online filing for PA ONLY.
    • IRS free help
    • United Way help (call 2-1-1). Free if income under $20,000.00, or sometimes up to $54,000.00. Websites are swpafreetaxes.org or myfreetaxes.com. Avoid hidden fees and keep 100% of your refund.
    • Tax Help .org (free tax guides, interactive databases, lists of preparers)
    • Reviews of online tax software
    • VITA and TCE volunteers who help if income is under $53,000.00. 1-800-906-9887.
    • AARP free help for low to moderate income individuals.
    • Just Harvest offers help for low income individuals. 1-888-553-5778.

 


 
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Programs for Adults

movienightViewing Pleasure-The Film Club

 

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Tea and Travel

 Coraopolis Memorial Library

Feb. 11th at 2pm Poland and the Czech Republic

 

Join us for an armchair visit to the Czech Republic and Poland with Rick Steve’s.  Airing from 2000-2012, these shows feature:

  • Prague and the Czech Republic
  • Czech Republic beyond Prague
  • Poland including Krakow, Auschwitz and Warsaw

In addition to this film we will be serving coffee, tea or sodas and a light snack.  Don’t forget to call and reserve your seat at 412-264-3502.

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Coraopolis Memorial Library

Friday Morning Preschool  Winter Storytimes

 Storytimes are held at 10:30 a.m.

 January 20th Penguins theme

 January 27th-Snowman theme

Evening Story times

All story times are held Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

January 18th-Lego Building fun for all ages.

January 25th-Winter story time and painting fun

You are invited to a BLOCK PARTY on    Friday , December 30th from 10:30-11:30 a.m. What is a BLOCK PARTY? It is an hour of fun just playing with wooden blocks and our play animals, vehicles and   people! For ages 2 through 7.

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Valentine’s Party

 

 

 

 New-Our Wi-Fi Hot Spot Lending Program-Borrow one of our five Wi-Fi Hot Spots for one week with your valid library card. A wi-fi Hotspot is a device you can use to connect a mobile-enable device, such as a laptop, smartphone, or table, to the internet. The hotspot is portable, so you can connect your device almost anywhere you are. This program is open to anyone who is at least 18years old, has no internet access, and has a valid  library card with no library fines. Wi-Fi hot spots can be checked out for 1 week. They can be renewed in person at the circulation desk for one additional week if no one has it placed on hold. Each hotspot must be checked out at the circulation desk and returned to the library staff. Each patron must sign a lender agreement before checking out the hotspot.

________________________________________________________________________________Reading is fun. Sharing a book with others is even better! The Library offers several regular book clubs for you to enjoy lively conversation with others about books.

Is there a specific book club you would like to see at the library? Then let the library staff know your suggestions the next time you stop by.  See page 2 for information on our three book club. Happy  Reading in the New Year

 Book Clubs

To join one of the book clubs, ask at the  circulation desk or call 412-264-3502.

If reality is your thing, try Tara’s Tuesday night book club, held the 2nd Tuesday of each month.

Mystery Book Club –held the third  Thursday of every Month at 6:30 p.m.

Science Fiction Book Club-join our new    science fiction book club which meets the last Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m.

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The Yarn Bunch Group

All ages are welcome to join this  group every Saturday  of each month from 10 am-12 pm to knit or crochet, ! Come to one meeting or come to all of them, but we hope you’ll check it out!

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