Exploring Ancient Egypt

Join the Carnegie Museum of Natural History on August 2 at 6 PM for Exploring Ancient Egypt. Unearth the wonders of ancient Egypt by linking its art, architecture, writing, artifacts, and mummies with the unique desert landscape along the Nile. Grades 3-5 welcome with registration. This event is WAIT LIST Read More

Life of a Soldier

What is it like to be a soldier? On June 25 at 1 PM, children in grades 4-8 will learn about the life of a soldier and explore museum artifacts from the Soldiers and Sailors Museum of Pittsburgh. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334.

The Butterfly Project

The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh will be here on June 20 at 10 AM for a very special event: The Butterfly Project. Participants in this inter-generational project will learn about children who died in the Holocaust. Each participant will receive a card with the story of a specific child and Read More

American Indian Adventures

The Carnegie Museum of Natural History presents American Indian Adventures! On June 15 at 10 AM, kids in grades 3-5 will go on an adventure across North America and discover diverse Native American cultures. They will explore their daily lives and beliefs by learning about tools, homes and other anthropological Read More

If you like historical fiction…

Looking for good period pieces? Here are our picks for historical fiction novels. Love and Other Consolation Prizes by Jamie Ford (2017) Available as a book, large print book, CD audiobook, ebook, and digital audiobook.

DAR Genealogy Workshop

The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is a nonprofit, nonpolitical women’s volunteer service organization dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism. The Jacob Ferree Chapter, NSDAR, is hosting a genealogy workshop on April 28 at the Moon Township Library, Sky Room, from 11 am to 1 pm. Several volunteer Read More