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Events: Penn Hills recreation department slates craft show

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| Friday, November 14, 2014 6:15 p.m

Saturday

• The Penn Hills Parks and Recreation department will hold its 17th annual holiday craft show from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Linton Middle School, 250 Aster St. in Penn Hills. Admission is free and there will be door prizes, concessions and 150 vendors selling arts and crafts. Parking is free and there will be additional parking and a free shuttle from St. Susanna’s Parish parking lot located at 200 Stotler Road. Details: 412-915-6942 or 412-798-2147.

• Universal United Presbyterian Church will host a free pre-Thanksgiving dinner at 4 p.m. at the church, 2545 Main St. in Penn Hills. A traditional menu of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, cranberries and dessert will be served.

• The second week of the Penn Hills Library Holiday Craft Tea will be from 1 to 3 p.m. at the library, 1037 Stotler Road. The proposed craft for the week will be a tea wreath, a decorative wreath made of tea bags. The cost for the class is $3 plus $10 or less for supplies. The class size is limited, so participants must register in advance. For more information, call Janet at 412-795-3507.

Nov. 27

Grace Lutheran Church will host a free Thanksgiving dinner for those in the Penn Hills community with nowhere to go for the holiday. The dinner will be served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Grace Lutheran Church, 2931 Universal Road in Penn Hills. A traditional Thanksgiving dinner will be served, and there will be family-friendly activities. Call 412-793-1394 or e-mail Gracelutheranpgh@verizon.net by Nov. 21 to reserve a spot.

Nov. 29

The third week of the Penn Hills Library Holiday Craft Tea will be from 1 to 3 p.m. at the library, 1037 Stotler Road. The proposed craft for the week will be an infinity wreath made of T-shirts. The cost for the class is $3 plus $10 or less for basic supplies. The class size is limited, so participants must register in advance. For more information, call Janet at 412-795-3507.

Dec. 3

Local author, Jeffrey Condran, will speak at 3 p.m. at the Penn Hills Library, 1037 Stotler Road. Condran will discuss his book, “Prague Summer,” which tells the story of an American couple living in Prague. Details: 412-795-3507.

Dec. 4

Parents, families and caregivers of special-needs individuals or those with dementia or Alzheimer’s can learn more about music therapy from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Penn Hills Library, 1037 Stotler Road. The program will be presented by a Penn Hills graduate and will have information for those interested in a career in music therapy. Details: 412-795-3507.

Dec. 6

• The Christmas celebration will start at St. John Fisher Church at noon with Lunch with Santa. Children can visit with Santa and get lunch at the church at 33 Lewin Lane in Penn Hills. The cost is $5 per person, and tickets must be purchased by Nov. 30. Call the church office at 412-241-4722 for tickets.

• The fourth week of the Penn Hills Library Holiday Craft Tea will be from 1 to 3 p.m. at the library, 1037 Stotler Road. The proposed craft for the week will be jewel-encrusted serving utensils. The cost for the class is $3 plus $10 or less for basic supplies. The class size is limited, so participants must register in advance. For more information, call Janet at 412-795-3507.

Dec. 7

The St. John Fisher choir and concert choir will perform a Christmas concert at 5 p.m. at the church, 33 Lewin Lane, Churchill. All ages are welcome.

Dec. 11

There will be a free movie night at the Penn Hills Library at 6 p.m. . “The Nightmare Before Christmas” will be shown.

Participants must be 13 or older. Details: 412-795-3507.

Dec. 13

The fifth week of the Penn Hills Library Holiday Craft Tea will be from 1 to 3 p.m. at the library, 1037 Stotler Road. The proposed craft for the week will gift-wrapping and gift-card holders. The cost for the class is $3 plus $10 or less for basic supplies. The class size is limited, so participants must register in advance. For more information, call Janet at 412-795-3507.

Dec. 16

Just Us, featuring Gemma Stemley on flute and Dr. Michael Parniak on guitar, will perform live from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the community room of the Penn Hills Library, 1037 Stotler Road in Penn Hills. The concert and holiday sing-along is free and open to the public. Details: 412-795-3507.

Dec. 18

Dr. Benjamin Shultz, of the Oxford Health Center, will discuss natural methods to relieve holiday stress and prevent depression at 6:30 p.m. at the Penn Hills Library, 1037 Stotler Road. Details: 412-795-3507.

Dec. 20

The final week of the Penn Hills Library Holiday Craft Tea will be from 1 to 3 p.m. at the library, 1037 Stotler Road. The proposed craft for the week will be New Years crackers. The cost for the class is $3 plus $10 or less for basic supplies. The class size is limited, so participants must register in advance. For more information, call Janet at 412-795-3507.

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