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Mooncraft

Play Minecraft Mooncraft with us on Twitch! On February 14 at 8 PM, Ms. Roxanne will explore our Minecraft server by showing off players' creations, make her own, and inevitably get killed by creepers. Want to join the fun? You can! Our Minecraft server is open to Moon Library patrons and friends of all ages*. You can apply to join at any time. Not into playing? Then just relax and watch us play during a relaxing, ASMR-like hour. *All players must agree to and follow the MTPL Virtual Code of Conduct ...
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Builder’s Hour

Get your build on! On February 14 at 4:30 PM, we'll put out all of our building toys for fun and experimentation. Legos? Got 'em! Magnatiles? You betcha! We'll throw it back with some Lincoln Logs and wooden blocks too. If you need a little inspiration, we'll have challenge ideas and more. Grades K-6 welcome with registration. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334 ...
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D&Teens

Ever wanted to play Dungeons & Dragons but never had the chance? Are you an experienced player and need more excuses to roll d20s? Play with our DM Roxanne in her 5e homebrew setting of Fensprall! Players in grades 9-12 will participate in this level 1, beginner-friendly self-contained adventure: You've entered the Abelfast Arena to defeat the monstrous challenges and impress the eccentric High Elf rulers of the City of Wonders. Will Lord Noláhn Moonscale be amused by your antics? Will Lady Talíra Moonscale be impressed by your fighting skills? Will you team up with your competitors to win over the crowd? Or will you ...
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DIY Thursday: Wine Glass Painting

Adults 21 + up, join us on DIY Thursday this February 16 at 4:30 PM to paint your very own wine glass and make some new friends! Register online or by calling 412-269-0334 ...
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Tech 101: Internet Basics

Behind or new to technology? Come to our Tech 101 classes for adults to learn beginner level computer and smart device tips in small, exclusive tutoring sessions with our Technical Services Librarian Ms. Roxanne. The Tech 101 class on February 13 at 6:30 PM will focus on the basics of using the internet, including what a web browser is, how to change its size, and how to search for information online. Let us know if you need to use one of our laptops or if you plan on bringing your own. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334. Note: Due to limited ...
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Storymakers Kid’s Club

Love to write? Interested in art & illustration? Get those creative juices flowing with this creative writing club for kids in grades 3-6. On February 13 at 4:30 PM, we'll learn about story structure and ways to get your words and pictures going. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334 ...
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Beginner’s Brewing

Have you ever wanted to start brewing your own beer? Join Pittsburgh local Jim Wells on February 8 at 6:30 PM, who will share over 20 years experience with brewing. He will cover topics like how to get started, the highlights of home-brewing and then will finish with an informative Q & A. This program is open to new brewers and to those needing some guidance during the process. Ages 21 + up only. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334 ...
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Crafts & Conversation: Valentine’s Day Décor

Come and enjoy an evening of crafting and conversation. We'll have pastries, coffee and a new craft each month for you to complete while you socialize. On February 7 at 6 PM, we'll make Valentine's Day décor. We'll have some pastries and coffee for you to munch on, too! Patrons are encouraged to bring snacks to share with the group, but it's not necessary. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334 ...
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Tech 101: Phones & Tablets

Behind or new to technology? Come to our Tech 101 classes for adults to learn beginner level computer and smart device tips in small, exclusive tutoring sessions with our technology librarian Ms. Roxanne. The Tech 101 class on February 6 at 6:30 PM will focus on finding apps, managing memory and space, increasing readability, and borrowing ebooks and other digital items on your phone, tablet, or e-reader. Please let us know which kind of device you are bringing. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334. Note: Due to limited space and resources, each tutoring session allows a maximum of 4 people ...
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