Introduction Join fellow book lovers and library staff in November to discuss our next pick, Milk Blood Heat by Dantiel W. Moniz. This debut novel set in Florida explores intergenerational … Continued
In the Preservation Department at CLP, we see books that enter the lab in varying states of disrepair. While some of our preservation “patients” are simply in need of a … Continued
Exercising your right to vote is a powerful part of our democracy, but if you’ve never voted before, you might not know what to expect. Learn what it’s like to vote in person at your polling location.
While this might not be a “big” election year, it’s important to have your voice reflected in all levels of government, including local offices. The best way to do that is simply to vote! The following guide provides details on the voting process (both in-person and by mail), along with links to candidate forums and ballot questions for more context.
Voting by mail is now an option in Pennsylvania. It’s an easy, convenient and secure way to cast your ballot. Apply online, and you’ll receive a ballot in the mail. Mark your ballot and return it by the specified deadline. It’s that simple!
Introduction Join library staff and fellow book lovers on October 20th from 5:30-6:30 p.m. via Zoom to discuss The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill! Check our events page … Continued
Welcome to #CLPSpotlights, our monthly series highlighting individuals and organizations that make a difference in their community. This month, we interviewed Liz Rudnick, the Marketing Manager at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater. … Continued
Previous posts this week have focused on the ways that Censorship Divides Us. That phrase is one half of this year’s Banned Books Week theme. The other is Books Unite Us … Continued
Our previous Banned Books Week posts focused on intellectual freedom and the recent increase in coordinated challenges to library materials in school and public libraries (link to Eric’s). While Carnegie Library … Continued
An unprecedented volume of attempts to reduce access to materials and services from school and public libraries was documented in 2021 by the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom … Continued