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Making with Artsmiths of Pittsburgh: Wonderful Water Art

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

Join Jena Scheib of the Artsmiths of Pittsburgh for a special adult/child class! We'll use water to transfer images and move colors to create vibrant masterpieces. This program is funded by a Gismondi VITAL grant. This class is intended for one adult with one child. Registration is required! Please click below to register.


Nandanik Dance Academy

Nandanik Dance Academy's mission is to promote and popularize the classical, folk, and contemporary dances from India and to disseminate the beauty and splendor of the rich Indian spirituality, culture, and heritage.

Listen Locally Downstairs with RML Jazz

RML Jazz always delivers a great evening of Jazz – smooth and hot. A favorite among Listen Locally Downstairs audiences, RML Jazz, offers up something for everyone. RML Jazz has entertained audiences throughout Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas since 2004. This evening will feature Laura Chu Wiens on vocals, Jeff Leonhardt on guitar, Gene Laus Read More

“An Alternative History of Pittsburgh” with Ed Simon

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

Think you know Pittsburgh? There's a lot more to learn! Author Ed Simon shares tales from his 2021 book "An Alternative History of Pittsburgh" in this special presentation. Ed will guide you through the untold stories of our region: the religious Harmonist society; the attempted assassination of Henry Clay Frick; the legends of Joe Magarac; Read More


2nd Saturday Civil War Series: Rose Greenhow’s “My Imprisonment” with Emily Lapisardi

300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, PA, 15106 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie, Pennsylvania

In Person in the Lincoln Gallery at ACFL&MH Facebook: No Account Required! Zoom: Meeting ID: 937 057 9279 Rose Greenhow was a Washington, D.C. socialite and Confederate spy. Following her imprisonment, she wrote a memoir about it in hopes of gaining support for the Confederacy. Now, fully edited and annotated, this memoir offers new Read More


Stage 62’s 60th Anniversary Concert

Stage 62's 60th Anniversary Concert will be full of songs from musicals that debuted on Broadway in the 1960s. Please check back for more details!

Listen Locally: Brother Rick & The Throwbacks

The Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall is pleased to welcome Brother Rick& The Throwbacks to Carnegie Carnegie Hall! Rick Mansfield - aka Brother Rick - is the former music director, arranger, and conductor of “American Soundtrack Series” on WQED/PBS. Mark the date to join us on Friday, September 30, 2022. Then throw back Read More

Listen Locally Downstairs with Gypsy Stringz

From deeply emotional selections to fast, fiery traditional tunes, The Gypsy Stringz will take you on a whirlwind tour of Eastern European culture. Whether soothing or rousing, this ensemble plays a mix of enchanting music enhanced by beautiful harmonies of foreign lands.   Join us in our newly improved Studio, an intimate space with a club-vibe venue! Complimentary snacks. Beer Read More