Written by Gary Rotstein – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Libraries are full of books, magazines, music, computers and more — and now the “more” includes some special educational help for family caregivers.
Written by Jocelyn Codner, Research Assistant – Vibrant Pittsburgh Vibrant Pittsburgh had the great pleasure of recently visiting with Paula Kelly, Director of the Whitehall Public Library, as part of our mission to familiarize ourselves with the wonderful work local organizations are doing to welcome and support Pittsburgh’s immigrant and refugee populations.
Written by Jim Spezialetti – Pittsburgh Tribune Review – Monday, March 27, 2017 Read more here. Whitehall Public Library will hold the first of two Allegheny County Library Association events that celebrate immigration experiences in the region. “Immigration Journeys: Old and New” will feature 10 short videos by South Hills residents who highlight their own […]
Momentum is building in the welcoming movement as more communities across the United States and the world are recognizing that immigrants and refugees make us stronger economically, socially, and culturally. In 2015, Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh became two of 40 early acceptors, having signed on to the Building Welcoming Communities Campaign. This […]
Register for Library Night with the Washington Wild Things on Wednesday, August 10 at CONSOL Energy Park! The Wild Things will be playing the Lake Erie Crushers that evening. For more information regarding ticket prices, download the Library Night Order Form below. [btn text=”Library Night Order Form” link=”https://aclalibraries.org/new/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Library-Night-Order-Form.pdf” tcolor=”#ffffff” thovercolor=”#ffffff” size=”large” font=”h1-family” icon=”icon-baseball” target=”true”]
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Reading for refugees: In Baldwin-Whitehall, a welcoming book project (Whitehall Public Library) 05-04-2016
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How libraries are curating current events, becoming community debate hubs (Monroeville Public Library) 05-03-2016
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Join us at the Whitehall Public Library on March 21 at 6:45 pm as we unveil the first four published bi-lingual picture books of the Saving Stories collection!