Book & Bake Sale

Mount Pleasant Public Library 120 S. Church Street, Mount Pleasant

Join us for our bi-annual book sale. Kicking Off with a Bake Sale on Friday and Saturday. From 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

Socrates Online Cafe

Greensburg Hempfield Area Library 237 S. Pennsylvania Avenue, Greensburg

From the comfort of your home or wherever you wish to join online, Socrates Cafe members discuss current events, political issues and more in this open-minded online group... respectful dialog enforced. Registration Required.

Muffins with Moms

Delmont Public Library 77 Greensburg Street, Delmont

Kids: bring your favorite Mom, Grandma, Aunt, or Friend, for a morning to celebrate the women in our lives. Muffins, juice, coffee, or tea, will be served, followed by stories and gift making for our favorite Moms. Ages 2-10, limit 20, registration required. Registration Required.

Mon Valley Chess Club

Monessen Public Library 326 Donner Avenue, Monessen

Starting on Saturday April 8th, 2023, you are invited to learn and play chess at the Monessen Public Library. The group will meet every Saturday at 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. This program was conceived as a joint effort to bring all chess enthusiasts, in the Mon Valley and beyond, […]

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The Bookmobile visits Allegheny Township

Peoples Library 880 Barnes Street, New Kensington

ACLA Mobile Library Services visits Kiski Park Plaza. Please call 412-321-1853 or visit for more information or to request items.

Family Maker Day

Greensburg Hempfield Area Library 237 S. Pennsylvania Avenue, Greensburg

Families, come and be a Maker at the library! One Saturday a month we’ll bring out a bunch of exciting Maker Space activities and equipment for the whole family to try. Building, sewing, crafting, electronics, designing, and making stuff are just some examples of the kind of Maker activities you’ll […]

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Family Craft Time at New Kensington

Peoples Library 880 Barnes Street, New Kensington

Join us for arts, crafts, and family fun at our New Kensington library.

Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Month Workshop

Murrysville Community Library 4130 Sardis Road, Murrysville

Hosted by the PCA youth center promotes love and care for the community by creating hands-on learning opportunities for the youth demographic and upcoming generation. This event features paper cutting, origami, water calligraphy and fact painting. No registration required - walk in.