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Fun things to do NOW in November

Watch a football game

There are so many choices this month; high school games, college games and Pro football games.  The high school playoffs began this weekend.  For more information, see the WPIAL football backets  or check WPXI’s Skylights coverage.

The Pittsburgh Panthers have 3 games in November, including the backyard brawl, their annual game against the West Virginia University Mountaineers. The big game is on Friday November 26, 2010 at Heinz Field.

Pitt Quarterback Tino Sunseri Photo by Matt Freed Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

In November, the Pittsburgh Steelers will play the Cincinnati Bengals, the New England Patriots, the Oakland Raiders, and the Buffalo Bills.

Rashard Mendenhall Photo by Peter Diana Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Watch a movie

The 29th Annual Three Rivers Film Festival opens on November 5th and runs through November 20th.  Enjoy films, documentaries and shorts from all over the world.  Check out the web site for a whole list of movies and events:  3RFF.com.

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh–Main–Film and Audio department hosts 3 Free Film programs: International Cinema Sunday, Saturday Matinee, and Real to Reel Documentary Film Series. 

Borrow a movie from the library.  Search the catalog for movies by the title or search for your favorite actor or director.  Search for the name of an actor or director as an author.  Searching for Daniel Radcliffe as an author brings up all the movies that he has starred in, including all of the Harry Potter films available at the library on DVD.  The new film, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows~Part 1 opens on November 19, 2010. 

Play a board game

National Gaming Day is sponsored by the American Library Association.  Libraries all across the country will be inviting kids and teens to spend some time at the library playing all kinds of games.

Four Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh locations have National Gaming Day Programs planned for Saturday:  CLP–Carrick, CLP–Hill District, CLP–Knoxville and CLP–Mt. Washington.  Look for other scheduled gaming programs  this month and all year long.  Don’t forget to check out the CLP-Teen page for more information.

~Marian

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