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Carnegie Library of Swissvale
Posted on Jan 18th, 2019
For Adults
 
Computer Tutoring
 
Carolyn Luck the Computer Tutor provides free half hour sessions. Learn computer basics or ask questions about your tablet, phone or laptop. Call the library or stop at the front desk to register.  412-731-2300
 
Free for adults of all ages.
 
Knitting
Knitting Group meets from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday of each month.
Come join with other knitters and pullers to work on your latest projects and to learn (or teach) new tricks.
 
Book Discussion Groups
 
What’s more fun than reading a great book? Talking about it with friends. Consider joining one of the library’s four book clubs! Lists for all four clubs are available at the library front desk. Free for all adults!
 
Book clubs are open to new members and meet monthly:
 
1st Thursday - 7 p.m. in the Library
 
2nd Thursday - 3 p.m. in the Senior Center
 
4th Monday - Mysteries! - 2 p.m. in the Main Library
 
4th Monday - Mysteries! 7 p.m. in the Senior Center
WINTER FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY TIPS
Posted on Jan 18th, 2019
 
With winter arriving, there is an increase in potential fires and other emergencies in the home. Please help us help you reduce the potential for these emergencies by following a few simple steps.
 
Keep combustible items at least three feet away from heating equipment, including your furnace, hot water heater and portable heaters. This will greatly reduce the chance of fire in your home.
 
Never use an extension cord for a portable heater and only plug one heater into a wall
outlet.
 
Make sure your smoke detectors are working.  Having working smoke detectors in your home reduces your chance of dying in a home fire. More than a third of all home fire deaths occur in homes without working smoke detectors. 
 
Carbon Monoxide Alarms. Make sure your home has a working Carbon Monoxide Alarm near your sleeping areas. This odorless, colorless gas can kill you. Symptoms are often described as "flu-like" and commonly include headache, dizziness, weakness, vomiting, chest pain and confusion.
 
If you think you may have Carbon Monoxide in your home and are experiencing these symptoms, call 911 immediately.  The Swissvale Fire Department has metering equipment to check for Carbon Monoxide in your home.

 
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