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July's Virtual Lineup

Thu., Jun. 25
FOLLOW US! Facebook Twitter 
Instagram Teenspace Instagram YouTube SUMMER READING In the summer months, we showcase Pittsburgh as a City of Readers through our Summer Reading Program – and this year is no different! Reading at least five books, magazines, eBooks or audiobooks during the summer helps to keep brains of all ages sharp and prepares children and teens to go back to school ready…
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Curbside Printing

Fri., Jun. 19
We are pleased to announce that printing is now available at our curbside locations. Please read these instructions carefully to make sure that your print job will be ready when you arrive: First Step: Send your file to the printer. There are two secure ways for you to send your file to the printer at the library of your choice. Send it as an email…
Other Programs You May Enjoy

June Virtual Program-alikes

Wed., Jun. 10
There is a light at the end of the tunnel. It feels like we are finally emerging from a long, long winter and life is returning to some level of normality. Be that as it may, you might not be totally ready to venture out into large groups of people. We understand, and we’ve got you covered! Take a look at another series of virtual…
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Census Information for Kids

Mon., Jun. 8
It’s important to talk to the kids in your life about why we need a complete count for the 2020 Census. For many children, this is the first Census they will take part in of their lifetime. These numbers will shape their life for the next 10 years, from meals to transportation to financial aid and more. If just one person is missed, that means…
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Virtual Storytimes Help Children Get Ready to Read

Fri., Jun. 5
When our library buildings closed, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh librarians hustled to move our in-person storytimes online. We hope that parents and caregivers like you will enjoy our online storytimes and find ways to unlock the learning shared on the screen to bring stoytimes to life for your children. 
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Talking About Race With Kids and Teens

Wed., Jun. 3
Talking with children, preschoolers, teens or in between, about current events can be challenging in the best of times. When illness, inequity, violence and hate surround us, it can be an overwhelming prospect. Here are some books that we think offer a good place to start the conversation.

Community Message from CLP's Director, Mary Frances Cooper

Tue., Jun. 2
Protests in Pittsburgh and across the nation seeking justice for the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have shown that our communities are hurting in unimaginable ways. We unequivocally support an end to systemic racism and inequity that exists in our society. We all have the power to engage in frank conversations about race; the power to fight injustices against any member of…
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June's Virtual Lineup

Mon., Jun. 1
FOLLOW US! Facebook Twitter 
Instagram Teenspace Instagram YouTube SUMMER READING EXTRAVAGANZA! Kick Off to the Summer Reading Program In the summer months, we showcase Pittsburgh as a City of Readers through our Summer Reading Program – and this year is no different! Reading at least five books, magazines, eBooks or audiobooks during the summer helps to keep brains of all ages sharp and prepares children…
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Here to Help: Community Resources

Mon., Jun. 1
The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery and subsequent protests in Pittsburgh and across the country have been triggering and traumatic events for our community. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is a reliable source for information and resources to help understand and process these events. Read community message of support from our President and Director, Mary Frances Cooper. The following information and resources…