Libraries Support Kindergarten Readiness

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Libraries play a critical role in the kindergarten readiness and transition process.  They promote early literacy and kindergarten readiness skills in programming, encourage family engagement, and help children learn (when a parent, guardian or formal preschool is not present). They … Read More

Huge Response to Love Your Library Month

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Now in its second year, “Love Your Library,” a county-wide initiative developed by the Allegheny County Library Association and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, provided a way for residents to “show their love” to their local library. During the month of … Read More

Recognition for Allegheny County Libraries

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PA Forward Star Libraries -In 2017, the Pennsylvania Library Association launched their PA Forward Star Library program to raise awareness of library programs and offerings that help Pennsylvania citizens improve their command of five types of literacy – basic, information, civic & social, health, and financial.

Library Assistant – Technical Services – Part Time

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The Northland Public Library, located in the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh–has an opening for a part-time Library Assistant – Technical Services.  The Library Assistant for Technical Services will be responsible for preparing materials for the library collection. Strong organizational skills … Read More

Summer Activities at County Libraries

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Summer is always a busy time at libraries and 2017 was no different. Libraries in Allegheny County provided numerous opportunities for children to explore the world, ignite imaginations and discover everything that the library has to offer.

Allegheny County Library Association’s New Preschool Bookmobile

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Allegheny County Library Association (ACLA), along with distinguished guests unveiled its newest bookmobile of the non-profit organization’s fleet on September 11th. County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Regional Asset District Chairman Dan Griffin were joined by dozens of preschool students and community members for the ceremony and tour of the new bookmobile.

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