One of the most important aspects of Black history is music. For a long time, Black musicians were shut out of the music industry, whether it was not being allowed … Continued
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
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
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.
In December of 2022, members of Aurora Reading Club of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) presented a tribute celebration honoring the legacy of the late Vivian Davidson Hewitt … Continued
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.
IN PERSON HOMEWORK HELP AND TUTORING (Grades K-8) Need help with homework? Looking for tutoring for reading or math? CLP is here to help. Just stop by one of six … Continued
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
As a gay male of a certain age, it was clear to me that the year 2022 should not end without acknowledging the 100th anniversary of the birth of the … Continued
Welcome to #CLPSpotlights, our monthly series highlighting individuals and organizations that make a difference in their community. This month, we interviewed Melissa Stammely-Park, the Therapeutic Programs Coordinator at Animal Friends. Animal … Continued