events in pittsburgh

10 weekend events in Pittsburgh, from the Great Backyard Bird Count to the International Auto Show and more

Check out this lineup of weekend events in Pittsburgh.

10 reasons to leave the house this weekend, from family dance classes to snowshoeing and more

Families: Check out this lineup of things to do in Pittsburgh this weekend.

black history month

Check out CLP’s Black History Month reading lists and events for the whole family

Check out CLP’s Black History Month reading lists and events.

January family events in Pittsburgh

18 January family events in Pittsburgh you won’t want to miss

So many January family events in Pittsburgh! Check out this list.

12 camps and things to do with kids during winter school break in Pittsburgh

From museums to camps, there are so many things to do with kids during winter school break in Pittsburgh.

things to do with kids in Pittsburgh

12 things to do with kids in Pittsburgh this weekend, including sensory-friendly fun and free events

From archaeology to skateboarding, there are so many things to do with kids in Pittsburgh this weekend!

8 super-fun things to do with kids in Pittsburgh, from falconry to kayak lessons

So many things to do with kids in Pittsburgh! Check out this lineup.

8 free Pittsburgh events for families happening this weekend, from JereBear Fair to Diaper Distribution and more

There are so many free Pittsburgh events for families this weekend!

remake learning days

Remake Learning Days events are coming to Hazelwood, Homewood and the Hill

During Remake Learning Days, CLP will host 23 programs at 16 of its locations, including libraries in Hazelwood, the Hill District and Homewood.

Carnegie’s Library Park is now open: Here’s why you should visit

Library Park opens up the front entrance of the “Carnegie Carnegie” with a long green lawn screened by 25 new trees.

Carnegie Library’s 2020 Best Books for Babies is here. Get comfy with your snuggly bunny!

“It’s tremendously important in developing the early literacy skills that will allow the child to learn to read later.”

Check out these winners in the Carnegie Library Teen Media Awards

The awards highlight the amazing talents of young artists as well as showcase the library’s services to teens.

10 ways to prevent summer brain drain in Pittsburgh kids

“Even though they’re resilient, kids still need support.”

Books on race and racism, by age, recommended by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Not certain where to start or how to talk about race? These books will help.

Want to support Black Lives Matter? Here’s where to start in Pittsburgh.

Want to get more proactive about equality? We’ve gathered some terrific resources to get conversations started and ways to take action.

These 4 Pittsburgh writing contests give kids a creative outlet at home

These four spring writing contests will keep literacy skills sharp for kids from kindergarten through high school.

Kids express themselves through free ProjectArt classes around Pittsburgh

“This program really reinforces the library as a vibrant and modern community center.”

My Favorite Pittsburgh Thing To Do With Kids: Christin Thorpe of Ozzie & Me Foundation

“Family time allows us to learn about each other, the world, and establish our family values.”

STEM Spooktacular Day

Discover the un-boo-lievable fun of science and explore spooky experiments at Pittsburgh STEM Spooktacular Day! STEM Spooktacular Day is a FREE local event that provides kids with interactive learning experiences […]

10 storybooks to ease first-day jitters for kids heading to preschool

Reading about other kids, dinos and llamas who experience the same feelings can help them understand and overcome their fears.