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Adventure Awaits at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh!

Library’s Passport Challenge Encourages Patrons to Visit All 19 Branch Locations in the City

Pittsburgh, PA  –   – 

Looking for a New Year’s challenge? Why not explore the City and play tourist in your own community? Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s new Passport — a pocket-sized guide to all of its 19 branches — gives patrons the opportunity to explore the unique culture, events and offerings throughout Pittsburgh’s diverse neighborhoods.

The free passports can be obtained by visiting any neighborhood CLP branch. Collect stamps at your favorite branches, or set out on a journey to discover new library spaces. Patrons who are up to the challenge and visit all 19 Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh locations and have their passport stamped at each one will win a limited-edition library t-shirt (while supplies last).

“The response to the Library’s passport has been overwhelming,” said Carlton Stout, Assistant Director – Neighborhood Libraries at CLP. “It’s a new year and a great time to reconnect with the Library, especially if it has been a while. Our staff are looking forward to meeting new neighbors and sharing the vast array of programming and services from text to high-tech.”

More information about the Passport Challenge can be found on the Library’s website.


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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is supporting individual achievement and strengthening the power of community. Through the community’s investment, the Library is enhancing the lives of people in the greater Pittsburgh region with dynamic and diverse resources such as creative learning programs for children and teens, job and career assistance for our community's workforce, and free computer and Internet access for all. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh builds community, enables learning, provides access and values people.


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