On Sunday, June 12, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Extravaganza returns. The all-ages event will be held from noon to 5 pm at CLP – Main in Oakland (4400 Forbes Avenue, … Continued
Every year, new data emerges that supports the critical importance of reading to babies and introducing children to early literacy activities that help them be ready to read. It’s never … Continued
After an extensive six-month national search, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s (CLP) Board of Trustees has enthusiastically selected Andrew Medlar, an internationally recognized visionary library leader, as the Library’s next President … Continued
A new mobile app is helping Allegheny County Library patrons access their library account, search the catalog for materials and place holds on the go. Available through Google Play and … Continued
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Board of Trustees and staff will host a meeting with the general public to discuss past year accomplishments and plans for 2022.
Calling all Teen Artists, Authors, Musicians, Filmmakers, Designers and Photographers! Submissions for Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Teen Media Awards Open March 14.
Starting on Monday, March 14, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) will begin accepting submissions for its 2022 Teen Media Awards, which serve as a platform for celebrating teens through a … Continued
One little card, so many possibilities. From books to high-tech, library cards give patrons access to a wide variety of services. Now, they are also the ticket to culture in … Continued
The search for Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s (CLP) next President and Director has moved into the next phase. Nominations and applications from prospective candidates are currently being accepted and will … Continued
“Love Your Library” campaign raises a record-breaking $1.23 million for Allegheny County Libraries during the month of September
The Allegheny County Library Association (ACLA) and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) announced today that during September’s annual Love Your Library campaign, the 46 library systems in Allegheny County raised … Continued