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Paranormal Ghost Tours 10/23 & 10/24

Join the fifth annual PARANORMAL GHOST TOURS of the Carnegie Library of Homestead. Scheduled tours will take place on Friday, October 23rd and Saturday, October 24th every half-hour from 7pm-Midnight. Tickets are $15 in advance or $25 for an extended midnight tour.  (A discount is available for groups of ten or more on Saturday evening only.) REGISTER IN ADVANCE: Call: (412) 462-344...


Labor Day Closure 09/07

Both the Athletic Club and the Library will be closed on Monday, September 7th in honor of Labor Day. We will reopen as usual on Tuesday, September 8th.



Make It Happen: Advancing Entrepreneurship in the Mon Valley

Have you dreamed of someday owning your own business? Do you have an idea for a business but do not know where to start? Make It Happen in the Mon Valley is designed to help you answer just these questions. At this program, you will go through exercises designed to help you determine if starting a business is right for you and how to begin searching for the “right” business for you. An experie...


Libations at the Library 10/10

Join us on Saturday, October 10 from 7:30pm to 10:00pm as the Friends of Carnegie of Homestead once again host Libations at the Library. This is an event you won’t want to miss. All proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to benefit the Homestead Library. The evening’s program will include: Tasting of Global Wines Sampling of domestic and foreign beers A selection of hors d’oe...


Community Fair 08/15

Join us for our Community Fair Saturday, August 15th from 12-3pm! Enjoy games, crafts, music, and food out back on the library's patio on 11th Avenue. We'll have activities for the kids and food for the adults. Organizations from all over the community will participate. Don't miss it!



Author E. Davis Visit 08/01

Author E. Davis will be visiting the library on August 1st from 12-4 pm for a book-signing and author chat. Her new novel is called A Period of Time. Emerald Dixon, a successful writer, embodies a princess in this modern day fairy tale of a young woman who is wooed by her prince, a well established movie star, Richard DeMarco. Recently Richard has become her acquaintance through his leadin...


Make It Happen in the Mon Valley

Planning is the Cornerstone of a Successful Business A business plan should be the roadmap that guides your growth—addressing strategic, financial and operational issues. It can be invaluable in terms of garnering financial support for your business. Attend this workshop to learn how to draft operational and production plans, conduct market research, and create financial spreadsheets to attra...


Jump Start Sports

Find out about signing up for youth sports programs at the Athletic Club this fall.



Pittsburgh During WWI

Many of today's most devastating and intractable conflict have their roots in the cataclysm of the First World War, and Pittsburgh's steel mills and munitions factories served as the arsenal of the allied war effort. Join us at the library to learn more about the role Pittsburgh played in the momentous conflict.  Elizabeth Williams will be giving a presentation on May 21 from 5-7pm.



First Jewish Families of Homestead

Join us May 14 at 5pm for a presentation on the history of the early Jewish community of Homestead, by Tammy Hepps, founder of the website: Homestead Hebrews