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“The Fruits of Hate: A French City During the Holocaust” – Grand Opening

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

Join us for the grand opening of Dr. David Rosenberg’s exhibit “The Fruits of Hate: A French City During the Holocaust,” on display in its premiere exhibition at a public library in the United States from October 2 through November 30. Following the stories of the Jewish residents of Amiens, France during the Holocaust, this ... Read more

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Virtual Museum Spotlight: Meadowcroft Rock Shelter & Historic Village

Travel back 19,000 years from the comfort of your couch! This National Historic Landmark, located in Washington County, PA, features a massive rock overhang used 19,000 years ago for shelter by the first people in North America. In addition to ancient history at the Rockshelter, visitors to Meadowcroft can also step back in time to ... Read more

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Carnegie Crafters – copy

Calling all knitters, crocheters, embroiderers, and fiber artists of every kind! Come join the Carnegie Crafters! We share advice and inspiration, chat with new friends, and work on our projects in a supportive group setting. Registration is not required – all are welcome!The group will meet in the Lincoln Gallery - Floor 2 - on ... Read more

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Noir Classics with the Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club: ‘Laura’

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

Join the Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club for a four-part series of film noir classics! Tonight, we'll screen Laura (1944), directed by Otto Preminger. Detective Mark McPherson (Dana Andrews) investigates the murder of the strangely compelling Laura (Gene Tierney), while simultaneously falling under her lingering spell. Join us for the rest of the series! Registration is ... Read more

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Listen Locally: The BGVs present An Evening of Motown & More

We’re thrilled to bring the dynamic BGVs front and center on the Music Hall stage with our Listen Locally series! Delana Flowers, Katy Cotton, and Carmen Miller, known as the BGVs (Back Ground Vocals), are dynamic singers who dazzle with Motown hits and more! The BGVs perform with astounding versatility, tight harmony, and beautiful clarity.This ... Read more

Virtual Museum Spotlight: Fort Ligonier

Discover Fort Ligonier! Built in 1758 as winter quarters for soldiers, Fort Ligonier was used to house supplies of the British army and to defend the supply line crucial to the community. It was the last in a string of fortifications that stretched from Philadelphia to a new fort that became Fort Pitt. On display ... Read more

Hello, Mr. Poe!

Learn about the American Poet, Edgar Allan Poe, and explore the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death. Presented by our very own Book Fairy! This program might get spooky, so we recommend for ages 11 and over! Registration is appreciated. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

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The Pittsburgh Savoyards present Iolanthe

October 13 - 22, 2023Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm | Sundays at 2:30 pmGilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe (originally produced in 1882) presents a conflict between two very different worlds.On the one hand, we have the world of the immortal fairies – all female, somewhat trippy and chaotic, and ruled by a queen; on the other, ... Read more

2nd Saturday Civil War Series: Dangerfield Newby’s Fight for Freedom with Jon-Erik Gilot

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

In Person in the Lincoln Gallery at ACFL&MH Facebook: www.facebook.com/CarnegieCarnegie No Account Required! Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9370579279 Meeting ID: 937 057 9279 Next to John Brown himself, perhaps the most recognizable and evocative imageof John Brown's October 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry is the haunting portrait offormer slave turned raider Dangerfield Newby. This talk will follow Newby ... Read more

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Carnegie Crafters

Calling all knitters, crocheters, embroiderers, and fiber artists of every kind! Come join the Carnegie Crafters! We share advice and inspiration, chat with new friends, and work on our projects in a supportive group setting. Registration is not required – all are welcome!The group will meet in The Studio - Floor B - on this ... Read more

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The Pittsburgh Savoyards present Iolanthe

October 13 – 22, 2023Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm | Sundays at 2:30 pm Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe (originally produced in 1882) presents a conflict between two very different worlds.On the one hand, we have the world of the immortal fairies – all female, somewhat trippy and chaotic, and ruled by a queen; on the ... Read more

The Pittsburgh Savoyards present Iolanthe

October 13 – 22, 2023Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm | Sundays at 2:30 pm Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe (originally produced in 1882) presents a conflict between two very different worlds.On the one hand, we have the world of the immortal fairies – all female, somewhat trippy and chaotic, and ruled by a queen; on the ... Read more

The Fruits of Hate: A French City During the Holocaust – Gallery talk and reception

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

Dr. David Rosenberg’s exhibit “The Fruits of Hate: A French City During the Holocaust” is open for its premiere exhibition at a public library in the United States from October 2 through November 30. Following the stories of the Jewish residents of Amiens, France during the Holocaust, this exhibit delves into questions of official, cultural, ... Read more

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Virtual Museum Spotlight: Old Economy Village

Old Economy Village tells the fascinating story of the Harmony Society, a 19th century religious community. Visitors can tour the Visitor Center and many of the settlement’s buildings such as the George Rapp House, Carriage House, Mechanics Building, Wine Cellar, Store, Post Office, Baker House, Bake Oven, Community Kitchen, Cabinet Shop, Blacksmith Shop, and Granary. ... Read more

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Carnegie Crafters

Calling all knitters, crocheters, embroiderers, and fiber artists of every kind! Come join the Carnegie Crafters! We share advice and inspiration, chat with new friends, and work on our projects in a supportive group setting. Registration is not required – all are welcome!The group will meet in the Lincoln Gallery - Floor 2 - on ... Read more

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Noir Classics with the Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club: ‘Out of the Past’

Join the Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club for a four-part series of film noir classics! Tonight, we'll screen Out of the Past (1947), directed by Jacques Tourneur. Robert Mitchum stars as Jeff Bailey, a former PI whose past catches up with him when his old partner Whit (Kirk Douglas) tracks him down. With Jane Greer as ... Read more

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The Pittsburgh Savoyards present Iolanthe

October 13 – 22, 2023Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm | Sundays at 2:30 pm Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe (originally produced in 1882) presents a conflict between two very different worlds.On the one hand, we have the world of the immortal fairies – all female, somewhat trippy and chaotic, and ruled by a queen; on the ... Read more

The Pittsburgh Savoyards present Iolanthe

October 13 – 22, 2023Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm | Sundays at 2:30 pm Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe (originally produced in 1882) presents a conflict between two very different worlds.On the one hand, we have the world of the immortal fairies – all female, somewhat trippy and chaotic, and ruled by a queen; on the ... Read more

The Pittsburgh Savoyards present Iolanthe

October 13 – 22, 2023Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm | Sundays at 2:30 pm Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe (originally produced in 1882) presents a conflict between two very different worlds.On the one hand, we have the world of the immortal fairies – all female, somewhat trippy and chaotic, and ruled by a queen; on the ... Read more

Know Your News! Hands-On with Media Literacy

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

The 2024 election cycle is just around the corner, and that means news! We understand the world and make important choices based on the news we consume - but how do we know whether it's really true? Tonight, join professional journalists Alex Popichak and Nicole Pampena for an hands-on guide to understanding the news. How ... Read more

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Virtual Museum Spotlight: David Bradford House & Whiskey Rebellion Education Center

David Bradford was a successful lawyer, businessman and Deputy Attorney General of Washington County. His home was an architectural showpiece of the time, and the Bradford family lived in the house from 1788 to 1794. However, their residence was cut short because of David’s leadership role in the Whiskey Rebellion, an uprising of farmers and ... Read more

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Pumpkins & Pajamas

Join us for a special, spooky Halloween Storytime. Enjoy a craft and take home a mini pumpkin!

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Resonance Works presents Viardot’s Cinderella

October 27 – 29, 2023Friday and Saturday at 8:00 pm | Sunday at 3:00 pmThe StudioResonance Works’ second decade kicks off the week of its 10th birthday, and what better way to celebrate than by going to a ball!  Join Resonance Works in the Studio of the “Carnegie Carnegie” for the live Pittsburgh premiere of Pauline ... Read more

Carnegie Crafters

Calling all knitters, crocheters, embroiderers, and fiber artists of every kind! Come join the Carnegie Crafters! We share advice and inspiration, chat with new friends, and work on our projects in a supportive group setting. Registration is not required – all are welcome!The group will meet in the Lincoln Gallery – Floor 2 – on ... Read more

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