Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
There are 34 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.
612 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
929 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
1015 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15282
1121 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Macy's Downtown 5th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Station Square, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
419 Dinwiddie Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
315 Grandview Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15211
2019 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
1230 Federal Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
908 Galveston Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15233
2205 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203
400 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15210
116 Meyran Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
G-33 Benedum Hall, 3700 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261-3126
3138 Dobson St. - 3rd floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
47 Wabash Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15220
130 Chevron Science Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15260-8929
22 Wabash Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15220
4000 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Hillman Library, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
3960 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, pa 15260
217 Langley Hall, 171 Tennyson Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260-3927
Mervis Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Cathedral of Learning, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Mystery Book Club
This month's selection isThe Boy in the Suitcase by Lene Kaaberbol and Agnete Friis. New members are welcome to join the Murder Mystery and Mayhem Midday Monday Book Club at 1:00 p.m. Extra copies of the book are available at the front desk. Also serving a dessert “to die for.” (added from Eventkeeper)
English Learners' Book Club
The English Learners' Book Club will meet weekly. This group's leader is Erica Pipitone. The books and short stories will be available to participants through the library.
To participate, please register with Peggi Kelley at 412-531-3004 or email@example.com. Presented in cooperation with the Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council. (added from Eventkeeper)
Mystery Book Club
The Mystery Book Club meets every 6 weeks.
Stop by the library to sign up and get a copy of this month's selection. (added from Eventkeeper)
Harmar Village & Amber Woods Senior Outreach (added from Eventkeeper)
Power of Memoir
Want to start writing your memoirs, but not sure where to begin? Or have you begun and become stuck? Join our memoir writers' group for gentle feedback that will help you improve your writing skills in a warm and supportive community. During each meeting, members take turns reading their recent work in exchange for feedback about parts that are especially enjoyable or meaningful. Participants also help identify missing information, and make editorial suggestions. New members are welcome! (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Spring Favorites Book Discussion
Come to the Library and join us for a lively discussion of - Still Life with Bread Crumbs- by Anna Quindlen. (added from Eventkeeper)
RDA CATREQ Training for New Catalogers
TSAG is offering its annual RDA CATREQ training classes for new catalogers in the county. In this class, catalogers will learn how to create a brief bibliographical record for materials not found in the Sierra database. Formats include Books, Audiobooks on CD, Music CDs and DVDs. CE hours will be offered for first time attendees only. (added from Eventkeeper)
Power of Now Book Discussion
New members are welcome!
Join us as we read, discuss and meditate on this powerful book.
Eckhart Tolle is emerging as one of today's most inspiring teachers. In "The Power of Now" the author describes his transition from despair to self-realization soon after his 29th birthday. He took another ten years to understand this transformation, during which time he evolved a philosophy that has parallels in Buddhism, relaxation techniques, and meditation theory but is also eminently practical. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Mystery Book Club
New andinterested members: Please register for up-to-date notifications regarding dates and locations.
Join us the 1st Wednesday of each month, as we sink our teeth into a good mystery while indulging in a great lunch. Meetings are held at LaBella Bean Coffee House & Eatery, 609 Washington Ave., Bridgeville, PA 15017. Please contact or visit the library for a copy of the upcoming selections or with any additional questions. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Teen Reads Book Group
Meets the first Wednesday of every month in Study Room 1. Selections are chosen by members of the Teen Advisory Board.
All teens (ages 13-17) are welcome to attend. Books are available at the circulation desk.
May 4-Thanks for the Trouble by Tommy Wallach (added from Eventkeeper)
Family Story time (PA One Book Every Young Child)
Fly in the Brentwood Library for our annual One Book Every Young Child Story Time and enjoy fun reads and crafts! Every family also goes home with a copy of this years selected book which is "Kite Day: A Bear and Mole Story" Hope to see you there! (added from Eventkeeper)
Historical Society of Mount Lebanon
THIS PROGRAM WILL BE HELD AT WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
George Washington's inauguration was a breaking news story for The Pittsburgh Gazette. Abraham Lincoln's speech at Gettysburg was covered the day it happened by a Gazette reporter. When African-American soldiers from Pittsburgh returned home after World War I, the story and pictures were on page 1 of The Pittsburgh Gazette Times. At times of national tragedy, such as the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915, Gazette writers have found local angles to bring the story home to readers. Whenever a famous musician, writer or politician came to town over the past two centuries, reporters from the Post-Gazette and its ancestor newspapers were there to interview and review.
Len Barcousky has gathered many of those reports in his new book, "Hidden History of Pittsburgh." Those reports – gleaned from Gazette archives that go back to 1786 – are not so much hidden history, but rather history that is at risk of being forgotten. And that would be too bad. Most news stories, especially in the age of the Internet, have the lifespan of May fly. Almost all of these 19th and 20th century stories were reported, written and printed in a day. These "Hidden History" tales deserve another reading. They show how ordinary and extraordinary people have responded to challenge. They include new anecdotes that offer insights into the character of historic figures. They show us what daily life was like in and around Pittsburgh during war and peace.
LEN BARCOUSKY BIO: A journalist since 1970, Len Barcousky recently retired from the Post-Gazette. He came to Pittsburgh in 1986 from the Bethlehem (Pa.) Globe-Times. He started there as night reporter and eventually became editor of the newspaper. He has also worked for the Allentown Morning Call and the Syracuse Post-Standard. A graduate of Penn State with a degree in English, he has a master's degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Business with a dual concentration in marketing and finance. He has been on special assignment and reported from Germany, Korea, the Czech Republic, Poland and all three of the Baltic countries. He lives in Ben Avon with his wife, Barbara, also a Penn State graduate. They are the parents of two adult children. He continues to write for the Post-Gazette on historical topics and is the creator of the Post-Gazette's "Eyewitness" series, which looks at how historic events and everyday life were reported in Pittsburgh's local newspapers. His "Eyewitness" stories appear on Page A-2 twice a month in the Sunday edition of the Post-Gazette. He is the author of three books about local history. They are "Civil War Pittsburgh: Forge of the Nation" (2013), "Remembering Pittsburgh: An 'Eyewitness' History of the Steel City" (2010) and his new book, "Hidden History of Pittsburgh" (2016). All three books are published by The History Press. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
'This Won't Hurt a Bit': A Talk with Theresa Brown, RN
Make sure to be “on call” this evening when the library welcomes bestselling author and registered nurse Theresa Brown for a special talk.
Ms. Brown’s The Shift: One Nurse, Twelve Hours, Four Patients’ Lives is a day-in-the-life account of a nurse and has been praised by readers and critics alike –even meriting a spot on the New York Times Best Sellers list! She’ll speak about her writing, her experiences as a nurse, and what life is like as a health professional in Pittsburgh.
You won’t need a second opinion in order to attend this program. Act like a nurse and register today!
Books will be sold courtesy of Barnes and Noble. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Outreach - Paynter Elementary 2nd grade
Outreach - Paynter Elementary 2nd grade
Teen Writing Group
Thursdays at 4:30 pm. Join our weekly writing group and hang with other writers. Talk, work on an existing project, or try writing exercises. No registration necessary, just drop in. Note: There is no meeting on May 5 (added from Eventkeeper)
Club Otaku -Teen Anime Club
Club Otaku isa meeting place for anime and manga fans to watch, read, and discuss anime and manga. As well as share your favorite fanfiction and fanart with your fellow otaku! (added from Eventkeeper)
Novels at Night
For book lovers of all ages, join us for our monthly book discussion. Check with the library on each month's selection. Refreshments served. (added from Eventkeeper)
Have you ever resolved to write in a daily journal, or record your family's story, yet found the good intentions slipping away? Achieve your writing goals.
No Registration. (added from Eventkeeper)
Book Cellar Clearance Sale
New Look for the Book Cellar The Book Cellar Coordinating Committee has announced a major remodeling project for the Library's used bookstore. The plan calls for moving the sales desk across the hall into the alcove. The fiction bookcases in that area will be configured along the wall where the desk now sits.
To show off the store's new appearance, to reward customers, and to get new readers to visit the Book Cellar, we have scheduled a sale on a grand scale. The entire store inventory will be available at discount prices, including the backroom reserve which will be moved into Room A. This means much of the sale inventory will be "brand" new!
Don't miss out1 One day only! (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
MAGIC TREE HOUSE BOOK CLUB
Ages: Kindergarten and up
Imagine you had a magical tree house that could take you to another time and place! Travel with Jack and Annie in their magic tree house when you read a great Magic Tree House book by Mary Pope Osborne. Join us for a discussion and activities based on these great books! Register in the Children's Department.
Book for discussion this month: Earthquake in the Early Morning (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
American Girl Book Club
The American Girl Doll Book Club will meet and discuss a different doll and her book each month. Books are available at the circulation desk. Each month we will have a craft, play a game and have a book themed snack. This program is recommended ages 7 to 10. Registration is required. (added from Eventkeeper)
Authors & Artists Gala
Private Event. (added from Eventkeeper)
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (edit)
Search radius: 25 miles
Show venues: Bookstore, Library, Fair/Festival
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