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Photo Gallery: How-To Festival at the Northland Public Library

| Tuesday, July 2, 2013, 1:45 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Mary Alice Good of Ross Township (right) watches as Becky Maruca, representing Turners Anonymous Inc., makes a bell-shaped ring holder out of wood Saturday, June 22, 2013, during the How-To Festival at Northland Public Library in McCandless. Northland was one of seven north-suburban libraries to have the festival that day. Each library offered short classes or demonstrations on how to do a variety of activities. Turners Anonymous is a group of Pittsburgh-area wood-turning enthusiasts.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Rebecca Che, 7, (left) and Elizabeth Che, 10, both of McCandless work on their projects in a 'Learn to Make Gift Tags, Gift Cards and Scrapbook Embellishments' class Saturday, June 22, 2013, during the How-To Festival at Northland Public Library in McCandless. Northland was one of seven north-suburban libraries to have the festival that day. Each library offered short classes or demonstrations on how to do a variety of activities.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Adam Leslie of McCandless looks on as his daughter Sophie Leslie, 5, puts the finishing touches on her project in a 'Learn to Make Gift Tags, Gift Cards and Scrapbook Embellishments' class Saturday, June 22, 2013, during the How-To Festival at Northland Public Library in McCandless. Northland was one of seven north-suburban libraries to have the festival that day. Each library offered short classes or demonstrations on how to do a variety of activities.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Vincenza Furst of McCandless (left) teaches Irene Lopresti, also of McCandless, who is taking a 'How to Do Tai Chi' class Saturday, June 22, 2013, during the How-To Festival at Northland Public Library in McCandless. Northland was one of seven north-suburban libraries to have the festival that day. Each library offered short classes or demonstrations on how to do a variety of activities.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Nancy Walsh of Bridgeville stitches during a 'Learn Some Embroidery Stitches,' class Saturday, June 22, 2013, during the How-To Festival at Northland Public Library in McCandless. Northland was one of seven north-suburban libraries to have the festival that day. Each library offered short classes or demonstrations on how to do a variety of activities.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Northland Public Library reference librarian Linda Farmerie instructs a 'Learn to Make Super Condiments' class Saturday, June 22, 2013, during the How-To Festival at Northland Public Library in McCandless. Northland was one of seven north-suburban libraries to have the festival that day. Each library offered short classes or demonstrations on how to do a variety of activities.

The Northland Public Library was one of seven north-suburban libraries to host a How-To Festival on June 22. Northland has short classes on how to do a variety of things.

Among the topics were playing chess, twirling a baton, doing embroidery, making condiments and doing tai chi.

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