Did you know that it’s never too early to start sharing books with your baby? Research tells us that the first three years of brain development are critical. When caregivers … Continued
Accessing your creativity as an adult can be an exciting prospect – and it can also be overwhelming, intimidating or lonely. Where to start? Explore creative and fun activities with like-minded adults during a Library Lounge program.
August Wilson (1945-2005) was a Pittsburgh-born playwright best known for his cycle of ten plays referred to as the American Century Cycle that depict the lives and experiences of African … Continued
Día is an annual celebration of literacy, culture and diversity. Celebrate Día on April 30 with a stack of good books!
We’ve got a month of fun programs planned. Check them out here.
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 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.
Your support helps showcase local musicians and their work. “We didn’t have much when I was a kid, not even enough to rent an instrument for school music instruction,” says … Continued
You’ve heard of ‘Find Your Roots,’ but what about planting them? You don’t have to be interested in genealogy or local history to appreciate Pennsylvania’s natural history and beauty. One … Continued
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