Saturday, April 20, 2013
The book fair is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 20.
The Peters Township Middle School book fair is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 20, at Barnes & Noble at South Hills Village. A percentage of purchases will be contributed to the middle school's library to purchase additional "Reading Count" books. Show the voucher in the media box to the right at checkout. Customers will also be able to enjoy middle school artwork on display throughout the store and try a PTMS Frappachino at the Starbucks. If you can't make it to the book fair,you can shop online between April 20 and 25 at http://bn.com/bookfairs using the book fair ID number 11054129.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Want to help the high school library get some new books? Here's how.
Book lovers—help support the Peters Township High School Library by attending its book fair at the South Hills Village Barnes & Noble this Saturday, Nov. 17. Most purchases made using a special voucher will be credited toward the library and they it receive a gift card to purchase books for the facility. Purchases made online Nov. 17-23 will be credited to the sale if the code 10917169 is added during the checkout process. Need more information? Contact Mary Fecher at the library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-941-6250 ext. 5239. Editor's Note: The voucher mentioned is attached to this story as a PDF. Just print it out and take it with you to the store!
Monday, November 12, 2012
A leadership talk will take place next Saturday at the Barnes & Noble at South Hills Village.
A group of post-Sept. 11 military authors will address the gap in leadership opportunities for returning military veterans by sharing their leadership experiences from the past 10 years of war. A leadership talk hosted from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17, at Barnes & Noble at South Hills Village is the headline event in Pittsburgh for the In the Shadow of Greatness national book tour. The veteran authors hope to inspire future leaders in the Pittsburgh area and national leaders for service in government, politics and business. “By sharing the stories of veteran service, we honor all Americans who have given back to their country, those who have served before us and those who have stepped up in this post-9/11 generation,” said …
Monday, January 9, 2012
Pittsburgh’s first-ever Women Read/Women Write book fest featured a fascinating panel of 11 local and national authors.
“To bring readers and writers together to celebrate the books women love to read.” That is the mission Mt. Lebanon residents and published authors Gwyn Cready and Meredith Mileti set for Women Read/Women Write, Pittsburgh’s first-ever book fest of its kind. “There is no festival that taps into this,” said Mileti, while welcoming the standing-room-only crowd at Barnes & Noble near South Hills Village on Saturday. “I’d like to thank all the participating authors; I look forward to welcoming more next year,” she said. Not an open seat in the house, aspiring writers sat intrigued by four panel discussions—all extremely informative and collectively comical—led by the accomplished panel. The participating authors included: All authors joined in …
Friday, January 6, 2012
Meredith Mileti will join 10 local and national authors in Pittsburgh's first-ever celebration of the books women love to read on Saturday.
Forego that stack of books you meant to read in 2011 and start fresh with "Aftertaste: A Novel in Five Courses." We featured Mt. Lebanon resident Meredith Mileti's first book in our fall Patch picks. She will join 10 local and national authors in Pittsburgh's first-ever celebration of the books women love to read Saturday at Barnes & Noble near South Hills Village. Women Read/Women Write is a chance for you to meet participating authors, listen to panel discussions and spend the afternoon sharing your passion with fellow book lovers. Over coffee, I sat down with Mileti to learn the backdrop for "Aftertaste," about her favorite places and what's next on her to-do list. How long was “Aftertaste” in the making? I wrote the first chapter the …