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. 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 Read More …

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 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 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 Read More …