Dutian Zeng, a language volunteer at CLP – Main in Oakland, was named 2016 Advocate of the Year and teens Honesty and Hope LaGrande from East Liberty were named 2016 Teen Advocates of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Rounding out the honors were library partners the Allentown Senior Center, recognized as Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s 2016 Outstanding Community Partner and the Jack Buncher Foundation as the 2016 Corporate/Foundation Partner of the Year.
WorkLaunch: Career Connections and Workshops is an innovative multi-site program of career readiness workshops and employer information sessions designed to connect Pittsburgh job seekers to workforce and supportive resources. Events will be held March 28 - 31 at several library locations throughout Allegheny County.
Fly away to Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh for Cocktails and Kryptonite, a 21+ After Hours event celebrating the world’s boldest superheroes and most diabolical villains. The Library will create a night of Hulk-sized fun with craft drinks, light bites, trivia, live entertainment and activities.