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February's Virtual Lineup

Fri., Jan. 29
FOLLOW US! Facebook Twitter Instagram Teenspace Instagram YouTube While we know Black History Month at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will look a little different this year due to limited in-person services, we’ve developed a robust lineup of virtual programming and resources to engage our city remotely and safely. A directory of this year’s Black History Month resources from the Library can be found here. Activities…
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Resolution 2021: Learn a New Language!

Fri., Jan. 29
The new year is here, and since January 1st you may have set some goals you hope to achieve this year. If you hope to learn or practice a new language in 2021, this is a quick guide to how the library can help you get on track! Mango Languages is a web-based language learning program. Mango is offered by subscription, but you can access…
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COVID-19 in Allegheny County: Updated Info for Tests and Vaccines

Fri., Jan. 29
The library is here for you at any age and any stage of life – including the current COVID crisis. Do you want to know where you can get a COVID test or vaccine? We, and our FAQs, can help! Many of us are anxiously awaiting our opportunity to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Click here to read our FAQ about how the vaccine is proposed to…

Just the FAQs!

Fri., Jan. 29
Wouldn’t it be awesome if library staff was available to answer questions twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week? While we aren’t able to do that, our FAQs are! FAQ is an acronym for “Frequently Asked Questions.” It’s a list of answered questions that a lot of people have asked, or we anticipate a lot of people will be asking. This is available to…
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Black History Month @ CLP

Wed., Jan. 20
While we know Black History Month at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will look a little different this year due to limited in-person services, we've developed a robust lineup of virtual programming and resources to engage our city remotely and safely. Dr. Carter G. Woodson, ​founder of Black History Month, began the observance in 1926 to coincide with the week in February that hosted ​the birthdays…
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Inauguration Day 2021

Tue., Jan. 19
Inauguration Day takes place on January 20, 2021, and will be unlike any in U.S. history. Normally regarded as the end of one presidential era and the beginning of the next through a peaceful transfer of power, complete with parades, balls and large celebrations, this year's inauguration will look and feel completely different.