August Wilson Archive

This spring, you can explore the work of World-Renowned Pittsburgh Playwright August Wilson during a six-month, multimedia exhibit in partnership with the University of Pittsburgh’s August Wilson Archive! Curated by … Continued

Rise: A Feminist Book Project Top Ten

Rise: A Feminist Book Project compiles a list every year of recommended titles for ages 0-18 that contain significant feminist content. The 2023 Top Ten titles highlight issues of labor rights, bodily autonomy, activism, community building, and more.

Genealogy Day 2023

In collaboration with our co-sponsor Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is thrilled to host Genealogy Day on Sunday, February 19, from 11am-4pm! If you are looking to … Continued

African American Genealogy Resources

Genealogy is an amazing way to celebrate and reconnect with your family history and community. If you’re researching African American ancestors, you may encounter challenges in finding records. We have … Continued

January Is Poverty in America Awareness Month

Poverty is pervasive. The United States is considered the richest country in the world, yet 37.9 million of its residents live in poverty. Over 12.5 million of these people are children. If you need help, the Library can guide you to community assistance organizations that are relevant to your need.

Wondrous Wintertime

Wintertime is a magical season for young children. Whether you are a snow bunny or are more of the hibernating type, the winter season can provide some unique opportunities for early learning.

Plan Ahead with the Guide!

  We get it. With so many awesome things happening in Pittsburgh on any given day, it can be tough to keep track of the events and programs you want … Continued