A highlight of our upcoming programs!
October 17th, 2023
6:00PM – 7:00PM
Pittsburgh’s Allegheny Arsenal served the nation through five wars between 1814 and 1926. It suffered a tragedy on September 17, 1862 that was the greatest single day loss of civilian life during the Civil War. Inside The Allegheny Arsenal Handbook is the history of Pittsburgh’s last federal military facility in stories, illustrations, maps, and photographs.
Authors Tom Powers and Jim Wudarczyk, from the Lawrenceville Historical Society, will share a PowerPoint presentation followed by a Q&A.
Celebrate Halloween by picking up a take-home kit for an adorable set of DIY pumpkin coaster! This kit is intended for adults, but all ages are welcome to participate.
There is a limit of one kit (which is a set of four coasters) per family, and registration is required to account for supplies.
Northern Tier Library is pleased to announce a Classic Film Series this fall in partnership with the Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club.
Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club’s mission is to preserve and promote classic film (Golden Age of Hollywood, 1910-1969) in the community. To that end, they offer free movie screenings throughout the Pittsburgh area.
One Tuesday evening per month, the Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club will share a film on our library’s lower level. Doors will open at 6:30 PM, with the movie starting at 7:00 PM. These movies are free, and refreshments will be provided so we ask for registration to account for supplies.
Join Northern Tier Library and Chef Carol Nardello this fall for a new series of cooking classes, Tuesdays from 6:00 to 9:00 PM!
The three cooking classes will be ‘Hawaiian Luau Feast’ on September 19th, ‘Tapas Party’ on October 10th, and ‘Hors d’oeuvres for Entertaining’ on November 14th.
For more information on the specific meals being prepared and how to register, please click the button below.
Did you know that there are 45 public libraries outside the City of Pittsburgh in Allegheny County? Some are big, some small. Some you can walk to, others require a car or bus. But all of them provide much more than books—they offer programming for patrons of all ages, and are welcoming places in their communities.
The Allegheny County Library Association is proud to announce the launch of Library Road Trip, a new program which challenges everyone to visit as many libraries in our county as possible!