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South Hills Model Railroad Club display

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, United States

Come see an amazing room-sized model railroad track display, courtesy of the South Hills Model Railroad Club! Featuring homes, businesses, landscape features, and even a carnival, this fully operational track creates its own tiny world to explore. Members of the South Hills Model Railroad Club will be present on Friday March 1 and Saturday March Read More

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Yeshiva Girls High School presents Out of the Depths

Adapted from the works of Marcus Lehman by Mrs. Terri NaidichYeshiva Girls Production presents: Out of the Depths - the Journey to TruthPlease note that the performance is for women and girls ages 5+ only.Lehman's original novelette takes place takes place in the middle of the nineteenth century, when many wealthy European Jewish families, lured Read More

Collage Creation

Let your creativity fly! Cut images and words, arrange your art, paste it down for a cool design made by you and for you!  Using images and text from old magazines and books, participants will create a collage to take home.   This program is for ages 10-18.  Registration is required for this program. CLICK Read More

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2nd Saturday Civil War Series: Our Flag Was Still There with Tom McMillan

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, United States

In Person in the Lincoln Gallery at ACFL&MHFacebook: www.facebook.com/CarnegieCarnegie No Account Required!Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9370579279 Meeting ID: 937 057 9279 OUR FLAG WAS STILL THERE details the improbable two-hundred-year journey of the original Star-Spangled Banner – from Fort McHenry in 1814, when Francis Scott Key first saw it, to the Smithsonian in 2024 – thanks to three Read More

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Pennsylvania Ballet Conservatory presents its Studio Showcase

Pennsylvania Ballet Conservatory is a classical ballet school for children ages 2-18, providingprofessional-quality ballet instruction in a positive environment. Its mission is to develop and inspire healthy dancers in a positive environment while providing them with professional-quality ballet instruction and instilling an appreciation and lifelong love of dance. Join Pennsylvania Ballet Conservatory for its Studio Showcase!

Kings Rising Creations Presents: Legendary Queens

Join Kings Rising Creations for an unforgettable evening of creativity, inspiration, and a one-night-only experience with some of the best drag and female impersonation performances from around the country, but that's not all...enjoy the beautiful vocals of Aubrey Burchell from Pittsburgh and finalist of Americas Got Talent. Amazing dance performances from Maria Caruso and company Read More

Carnegie Celebrates World Poetry Day

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, United States

Celebrate a world of poetry! Join us as we recognize and honor the poetic traditions of the many countries and world cultures represented among the diverse residents of Carnegie. Hear Carnegie residents read poems in languages like Arabic, Ukrainian, Hindi, and more, including English translations of each poem prepared by AddVerse Poesia! Each reading will Read More

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Listen Locally with Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra Quintet and Chantal Joseph

The Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra Quintet, with guest vocalist Chantal Joseph, celebrate the music of Jerome Kern and Billy Strayhorn. Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra (PJO) was founded in the early 1970s by Dr. Nathan Davis, saxophonist and Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. PJO, an intergenerational ensemble featuring premier jazz musicians from the Pittsburgh Read More

Event Series Comedies of the 1930s

Comedies of the 1930s: “City Lights”

Join the Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club for "Comedies of the 1930s," a special film series celebrating some of history's funniest flicks! Tonight: "City Lights" (1931), directed by Charlie Chaplin. The legendary Charlie Chaplin woos a blind flower seller (Virginia Cherrill) while attempting to earn money through his friendship with an eccentric millionaire. Join us for Read More

Aromatherapy 1-2-3

This is an informal small group presentation about aromatherapy basics and uses, including a craft activity to make your own aromatherapy room spray. Learn about the history of modern aromatherapy, beginner blend crafting and some general aromatherapy uses. This activity is intended for personal enrichment only and does not diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any Read More

Saturday Soirées: An Evening of Jazz with Tania & Jeff Grubbs

Join us for our new Saturday Soirées! These quarterly performances transform our Studio space into an intimate jazz club. Your ticket includes food, drink, and memorable music while benefitting the ACFL&MH. Tania and Jeff Grubs are the headliners for the first Saturday Soiree. Tania’s effortless, expressive style pairs with great intonation and honest emotion. Bassist Read More

Solar Eclipse Watch party

Join us for Solar Eclipse information, snacks, and activities! Free solar glasses will be available will supplies last. Registration is appreciated. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Event Series Comedies of the 1930s

Comedies of the 1930s: “It Happened One Night”

Join the Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club for "Comedies of the 1930s," a special four-part series celebrating some of history's funniest flicks! Tonight: "It Happened One Night" (1934), directed by Frank Capra. When headstrong socialite Ellie Andrews (Claudette Colbert) winds up stranded with newspaper reporter Peter Warne (Clark Gable), the stage is set for ridiculous hijinks Read More

Book discussion group: “The Donora Death Fog: Clean Air and the Tragedy of a Pennsylvania Mill Town”

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, United States

October 1948 saw a deadly ecological disaster befall the little mill town of Donora: a toxic smog that blanketed the town for six days and left twenty-one people dead and made hundreds more ill. Author Andy McPhee tells the fascinating story of how this tragedy came to pass, how the workers and residents of Donora Read More

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Riding a Raid: A Civil War Symposium

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, United States

Purchase Tickets Here! The Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall is pleased to announce the return of our annual Civil War Symposium, slated for April 13, 2024. With galloping hooves, clanking sabers, and larger-than-life personalities, Civil War raids invoke all the romantic notions of 19th century warfare. Five dynamic historians will explore the planning, Read More

Embracing Our Differences: “They Called Us Exceptional,” discussion session 1

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, United States

Join us for community conversations about diversity & inclusion! This Spring, we're reading and discussing They Called Us Exceptional: And Other Lies that Raised Us by Prachi Gupta. This unflinching personal memoir examines the experience of Indian American families, exploring ideas of success, exceptionalism, and compassion. Author Celeste Ng (Little Fires Everywhere) called this book Read More

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Stage 62 presents Youre a Good Man, Charlie Brown

April 19-21 & 26-28, 2024​Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 PM | Sundays at 2:00 PMHappiness is great musical theatre! Charlie Brown and the entire Peanuts gang explore life's great questions as they play baseball, struggle with homework, sing songs, swoon over their crushes, and celebrate the joy of friendship. With charm, wit, and heart, You're A Good Man, Charlie Read More

Earth Day at the Carnegie Carnegie

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, United States

Join us for a day of all-ages fun as we have a blast with our fourth annual Earth Day celebration, sponsored by Landau Building Company! We'll spend the day exploring nature and ecology! Learn about container gardening, say hello to some helpful composting worms, check out seeds from our seed library, and enjoy crafts, games, Read More

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ContinuuCon 2024

ContinuuCon is an annual convention of owners and enthusiasts of the Haken Continuum Fingerboard and related Eaganmatrix-based electronic musical instruments. ContinuuCon consists of an opening reception, two days of workshops/seminars, and fellowship with Continuum and EaganMatrix enthusiasts. Musicians from around the world attend and participate. Previous iterations of ContinuuCon have taken place in Asheville (NC), Read More

Stage 62 presents You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

April 19-21 & 26-28, 2024​Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 PM | Sundays at 2:00 PMHappiness is great musical theatre! Charlie Brown and the entire Peanuts gang explore life's great questions as they play baseball, struggle with homework, sing songs, swoon over their crushes, and celebrate the joy of friendship. With charm, wit, and heart, You're A Good Man, Charlie Read More

Embracing Our Differences: “They Called Us Exceptional,” discussion session 2

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, United States

Join us for community conversations about diversity & inclusion! This Spring, we’re reading and discussing They Called Us Exceptional: And Other Lies that Raised Us by Prachi Gupta. This unflinching personal memoir examines the experience of Indian American families, exploring ideas of success, exceptionalism, and compassion. Author Celeste Ng (Little Fires Everywhere) called this book Read More

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Listen Locally Downstairs with Maureen Renihan

Maureen Renihan connects with audiences of all ages with her honesty through song. Evoking the charm of a bygone era, she is influenced by some of the greatest female vocalists: Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan. Complimentary snacks. Beer and wine by donation.Doors open at 6:30 pm || Concert begins at 7:00 pm$20 in Read More

Knife Sharpening and Care with Dennis Snedden

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, United States

Join Dennis Snedden for a hands-on workshop on sharpening and caring for your knives! A well-sharpened knife is much safer and more effective than a dull one, and with a little guidance, anyone can learn to keep their knives in excellent condition. Each participant may bring two or three knives, and a diamond stone or Read More

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