- Last Updated on Sunday, 31 March 2019 18:36
The Belle Vernon Public Library will hold two events in connection with ‘Preservation Week,’ an initiative of the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services which recognizes the many objects, images and history in need of preservation in America today.
Both programs are webinars and will be held on April 23, and April 25 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
On Tuesday the 23rd the topic is ‘Preserving Your Family History,’ covering what it means to preserve family history, how to start researching, and preserving family history through storytelling. Thursday the 25th subject is ‘Caring for Your Family Keepsakes’ and covers storage and digitization. Library patrons interested in the topics are welcome to come view the webinars without any pre-registration.
The Belle Vernon Public Library will participate in a Westmoreland Library Network book discussion of "Still Alice" by Lisa Genova on Wednesday, April 24 at 6:30 p.m. Library patrons from any Westmoreland library may borrow copies of the book at BVPL beginning in early April, but anyone who has read the book, which has been called the definitive novel about Alzheimer’s disease, and wishes to discuss it is welcome to register for the event by calling the library at 724-929-6642.
The Belle Vernon Public Library is located at 505 Speer Street, Belle Vernon, PA 15012. Visit their website at www.rostraverlibrary.org and social media to check out all of our programs.