The Alloy School
Through The Alloy School’s non-competitive environment, youth, adults, and families of all experience levels can embrace the joy of dance movement while developing body awareness, coordination, and esteem. The Alloy […]
Local Authors on Mister Rogers’ Lessons
Join Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures for a virtual event with Gregg Behr and Ryan Rydzewski, authors of “When You Wonder, You’re Learning: Mister Rogers’ Enduring Lessons for Raising Creative, Curious, […]
Learn how to instill your kids with a love of reading in this Kidcast episode
Now that school has started, it’s time to dive into books. We talk to an expert on how to help instill a love of reading your children
6 reasons teens geek out over PhenomeCON, a free fandom convention
The day-long, teen-only event fills the schedule with gaming, hands-on activities and interactive fandom fun.
6 reasons to head to the (awesome) Pittsburgh Children’s Film Festival
Though the programming is intended to entertain kids, these movies will appeal to a wide range of movie buffs.
Celebration of Seeds
Celebration of Seeds: Seventh Annual Seed and Plant Swap Gardening season is on its way, and Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Grow Pittsburgh and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh are here […]
Building Websites: A 4-Week Introduction for Teens
This interactive 4-week class introduces the subjects of web content, HTML, Design, and CSS. Led by local web professionals from Sparkbox, students will combine these subjects to build their own […]
Play by the Fire
Be a part of our annual teen art night, open to anyone age 13–18. MAKE ART with many local organizations. Assemble Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Make buttons and take […]
Babies love books: Here are the year’s best bets
Even if babies don’t quite understand all the words, they love cuddling up on a warm lap, looking at pictures and listening to the rhythm of language.
Pittsburgh library language classes deliver communication skills, mental dexterity and culture
When it comes to language skills: “Kids are like sponges. They pick this up so quickly.”