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Remembering Rennerdale: An Author Visit with Margaret Feitt

Celebrate the 125th birthday of Rennerdale with local author Margaret Feitt, as she shares the history and lore of our Collier Township neighbor. Explore Rennerdale's colonial-era origins, its connections to the railroad industry, and its historical architecture. Copies of Margaret's new book Remembering Rennerdale will be available for purchase. Registration is appreciated, though walk-ins are Read More

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Carnegie Performing Arts Center presents The Nutcracker

Christmas time brings to life the magical story of a little girl named Clara and her handsome Nutcracker Prince as they battle an evil Rat King and sled through swirling snowflakes on their adventure to the Candy Kingdom.

From Pittsburgh to the Moon

Mike Hennessy, Manager of Learning & Programs at the new Moonshot Museum, will discuss Pittsburgh’s contributions to the future of space exploration. Meet the fleet of robotic landers and rovers, under construction on Pittsburgh’s Northside, that will return America to the lunar surface. Using astronomy visualization software, explore lunar craters, mountains, and “seas.”  View real Read More

Carnegie Performing Arts Center presents The Nutcracker

Christmas time brings to life the magical story of a little girl named Clara and her handsome Nutcracker Prince as they battle an evil Rat King and sled through swirling snowflakes on their adventure to the Candy Kingdom.

Pop Classics: ‘A Christmas Story’

Join film buff Scott Nicolson for our series Pop Classics, where we watch and discuss the movies that most influenced pop culture over the last few decades. Tonight we'll view A Christmas Story (1983), directed by Bob Clark. Follow the 1940s-era misadventures of Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley), as Christmas approaches and he longs for one Read More

Listen Locally Downstairs with Pete and Scott

Regional favorite guitar and keyboard duo deliver a lively evening of pop & soft rock covers along with original works.Lead vocalist and guitar player Pete Hewlett landed his first recording contract with Phillips Mercury Records when he was 16. He went on to tour and record with the likes of Carly Simon, Billy Joel, Elton Read More

Listen Locally Downstairs with Ben Benack Quartet

Pittsburgh's sax-man, Ben Benack, offers up an evening of smokin’ jazz! Benny Benack, Jr. is a legend in the Pittsburgh jazz and nightclub scene – a band leader well known for his virtuosic musicianship and charismatic audience appeal.  The band’s frontman is no stranger to the music world.  His father, Benny Benack, was a Pittsburgh band leader and at the Read More

Listen Locally Downstairs with the Maureen Renihan Trio

You won't want to miss this evening of Rodgers and Hart-inspired music with Jazz songbird Maureen Renihan and her trio! With a voice reminiscent of Billie Holiday and affection for jazz standards, Maureen is a native Pittsburgher who recently returned to the area from Boone, NC. She acquired a love of old standards through her Read More

Listen Locally with Cello Fury

Cello Fury’s cinematic, progressive rock sound appeals to a diverse audience. Composed of three cellists, Simon Cummings, Nicole Myers, and Cecilia Caughman, and drummer David Throckmorton, their original music combines the cello’s symphonic sounds with a driving rock beat.  The group delivers a fun, high-energy show that will appeal to the whole family. It is an Read More

In Great Deeds, On Great Fields: Gettysburg at 160 Years. A Civil War Symposium

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

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 15, 2023. With the new year marking the 160th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, the symposium will focus on the events of the Gettysburg Campaign, both on the Read More

$55.00 – $65.00