About Us

The mission of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall is to build community with a library, theater and historic site that welcome, inform, entertain and engage the community and the region in lifelong learning.

The Carnegie Carnegie has served Carnegie and its surrounding communities as the “beacon on the hill” since 1901. The Carnegie Carnegie was Andrew Carnegie’s legacy gift to the town that incorporated to take his name in 1894. Though he funded 2,500 libraries around the world, the industrialist-turned-philanthropist endowed only five libraries. We are proudly one of them. Learn more about our history and our amazing building!

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Library Activities & Resources

Music Hall Events & Rentals

Espy Post & Civil War Programming