Adults are invited to join us to try their hands at a different craft activity every week. First come first serve. Supplies are limited. April – Paint Pouring May – Jewelry Making June – Shibori Scarf
Enjoy coffee and donuts while making a delightful holiday ornament. No registration required. Free activity. Supplies are limited, first come first serve.
In December, Children’s Librarians at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh celebrated a year of literacy and learning with the opportunity to explore new STEM programs, including robots and coding activities. Staff learned together as these opportunities allow us to create as a team and share our new knowledge with children in the coming year.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…that’s right, new picture book biographies! A few times a year, Librarians get the opportunity to choose some of the season’s best biographies for their Children’s collections. December’s selections are especially exciting as book awards season approaches and best of lists accumulate.
One look around the children’s room of the Library and you may be inspired by all the different types of learning going on. Children pore over the new Dork Diaries or Pokemon inspired chapter books in one corner, while little ones build a tower from Magnatiles, screaming as it crashes to the ground. But none […]
June 11, 2017 marked the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s annual celebration of literacy and learning: Extravaganza! Extravaganza kicks off the Library’s Summer Reading program for all ages. Summer Reading is an effort to prevent summer learning loss through opportunities to read and discover all year long! Stop into your neighborhood location or enroll online to […]
How did NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson calculate the trajectories for missions to space? With genius level STEM skills!