Come through the doors of CLP – Hazelwood and look to the right, and you will see a large metal art piece by Homestead artist David Lewis: a whole wall of animals amid the trees of “Hazel Woods”. It’s a great visual piece that invites children and families into a space that encourages literacy and learning! Once in the Children’s area, […]
The Carrick location is the most recently renovated library in the CLP system. It’s also the continent’s first Passive House library. Read on to learn more about the amazing features this neighborhood library has to offer.
Over in the West End, right next to the Library Support Center, is Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) – West End. According to CLP history, West End was the first location to host storytime almost a century ago. Read on to learn more about this neighborhood location.
For my next excursion, I took my trusty hatchback north, stopping to check out the Children’s space at CLP’s Allegheny location on Federal Street. Read on to find out what makes this Children’s space so special.
Every Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh neighborhood location has a unique room or space designated to and designed specifically for young children. I’ve been traveling around, talking with the Children’s Specialists in those spaces, and figuring out what makes each space special. My first destination was CLP – Squirrel Hill.