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Join Our Team

The Athletic Club at the Carnegie of Homestead, your community’s oldest private member athletic club, is looking for positive, energetic people to join our staff. Whether you have been involved in the fitness industry for years or are interested in learning the ropes, The Athletic Club at the Carnegie is the place to be! We offer flexible work hours, competitive wages in a community-based...


Leaving the Couch for Colin, Brad, and the Carnegie

I don't get out much. It's true, really. I'm a major homebody. I love the comfort of my living room, my big cushiony couches (yes, plural!), a cup of tea, my husband Ross next to me, a good TV show on in front of us, or a book in each of our hands. That's heaven to me. So when I was invited to the Carnegie of Homestead to see Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood in their two-man, fully improvised, ...


A New Site for Your Library

If you're reading this, it means that a project long in the making has gotten out - the new site. We're doing our best to load it with information about your library, including programs, helpful links, and information about the collections (for instance, have you checked out all the research databases available to you yet?) Consider this your go-to place for information on the Carnegie of Homes...


Come Write In @ Homestead Library

On November 16th, 22 writers came to spin tales and create stories. Writers ranged from age 11 on up, and everyone had a great time sharing ideas, tips, and snacks, all in the name of Nanowrimo. Nanowrimo, for those who don’t know, is the shortened version of National Novel Writing Month. It’s been going on for over 10 years, and has grown immensely in the past few. The goal is to write 50k...


Dancing, Friendship and Storytime

"Do you want me to teach you to dance?" That's the question framing Mo Willem's book for early readers Elephants Cannot Dance. Piggie tries to teach his best friend Gerald the elephant everything from ballet to the robot, but each time Gerald laments that elephants cannot dance! (It says so in a book about elephants.) In the end, a surprising turn of events shows that maybe elephants CAN dance...