East Liberty

Open Today

  • Sun. Closed
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Accessibility

  • Fully ADA compliant
  • Accessible main entrance
  • Elevators to access all library floors
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Bus Routes

71A, 71B, 71C, 74, 75, 77, 82, 86, 87, 88, 89

All bus routes are subject to change. Please visit the Port Authority of Allegheny County for up-to-date schedules.

Parking Options

  • Meter
  • Bike

Renovated to include a 9,000-square-foot addition, this large, environmentally friendly space welcomes the East Liberty community through its collections, meeting rooms, children’s area and a dedicated teen space! It’s also home to Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Heritage Collection.

Events

Latest From the Library

Sensory Support at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Mon., Apr. 22
As this month of Autism Awareness draws to a close, I want to celebrate some of the ways Carnegie Library supports children with autism and sensory needs throughout the year. Read on to learn more.

Creating Access and Building Digital Literacy Awareness

Tue., Feb. 12
The ways we gather, store and understand information are moving further into digital spaces. It is essential that we are providing access to, and creating the foundational skills necessary for, children to navigate these spaces. The BLAST (Bringing Libraries and Schools Together) team has been working to ensure that access to digital spaces remains equitable within library services.  

Staff Picks

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Get Some Headspace

I never thought I had the time for meditation until I listened to Andy Puddicombe’s Get Some Headspace. More of an adaptation of Andy’s life than a how-to book on meditation, Get Some Headspace chronicles Andy’s travels, how he became a monk, the people he’s helped along the way and just how important mindfulness can be to anyone who is willing to give it a…
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Can we defeat fear by illustrating it?

Via Tumblr, Fran Krause crowd sourced confessions of people’s deep, dark fears and turned them into short watercolor panels, using the fear as a caption. This collection of those fears begins as black comedy and quickly reveals its terrifying core. It is almost philosophically instructive to read through Deep Dark Fears: what do you recognize in yourself? Where do you recoil? What seems silly? Krause’s…