Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Book Sale 2015

The Annual Bethel Park Library
Book Sale is Coming!
Preview Night -
Thursday, April 30th
6 - 8 p.m. Tickets $25
Book Sale -
Friday, May 1st & Saturday, May 2nd
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Discount Bag Sale - $5    
Sunday, May 3rd
1:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Volunteers Needed!   
Contact: Christine McIntosh at mcintoshc@einetwork.net

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Women's History Month

Read up on women who have changed and shaped our world!


Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Updated Mango Languages!

Your Library's FREE language learning database Mango has added new features - specialty courses such as Cherokee, movies in other languages, and more!
To access Mango, follow the steps below:
2. Scroll over E-Resources at the top of the page and click on Database Search.
3. Click on Language Learning on the left side of page (under Subjects).
4. Click on Mango (type your Library Card # when prompted).
Please call the Library with any questions - 412.835.2207.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

One Book, One Community

The 2015 One Book, One Community selection is:
Five Days at Memorial
by Sheri Fink. 

This book describes the events at the Memorial Medical Center in New Orleans over five days after Hurricane Katrina.

 The Bethel Park Library will be hosting the program below in conjunction with the book selection:

Let’s Talk Medical Ethics
Presented by: Sarah Stockey – Clinical Ethics Fellow/Supervisor Center for Healthcare Ethics Duquesne University and Jason Byron Manager, Medical Ethics, UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside

Tuesday, May 12th at 7pm
at the Bethel Park Library

Medical care is an important topic for everyone. The ethical guidelines that direct that care is something people often speak of but a subject of which most of us know little about. Using this year’s One Book, One Community book, Five Days at Memorial, by Sheri Fink, field experts Sarah Stockey, and Jason Byron, will share information and answers questions about medical ethics training and implementation in hospitals and during emergencies. The discussion will also include end-of-life directive options and how to effectively express your medical care wishes.

Please register at the front desk or call the Library at 412.835.2207.

The Library would like to acknowledge our One Book, One Community sponsors and partners: Allegheny County, Highmark, Dollar Bank Foundation and WYEP.