The Lore of the Monarchs

Pennsylvania Master Naturalist and professional educator Jeanine Ging will be visiting Moon Library to talk about one of her favorite subjects: the beautiful Monarch butterfly! On September 16 at 4 PM, Jeanine will discuss the life cycles, migration habits, and Read More …

Outside Art

 Join Miss Sarah on the side patio to learn about the bowerbirds of Australia and New Guinea. On July 30 at 1 PM and 2 PM, we will read Birds of a Feather: Bowerbirds and Me by Susan L. Roth. Then we will Read More …

Seed Library: May 2021 Update

Thanks to the popularity of the Seed Library, we have more seeds in stock this month! Some of them are restocked old favorite, and others are added for the first time. Butterfly weed – Restocked by anonymous donation Cosmos Cucumber Read More …

Seed Library: April 2021 Update

After taking last year off and some operational renovations, we are happy to reopen the Seed Library! Starting now, all seed requests are accepted by an online form and are available for no-contact pickup or at the front desk. Read Read More …

Green Thumbs DIY Online: Terrarium

Happy Belated Earth Day! In this video, Ms. Roxanne shows you how to make a terrarium with found and easily obtained items. The succulents I planted are echeveria elegans (common names: Mexican Snowball, Hens & Chickens) and kalanchoe tomantosa (common Read More …

Molly of Denali

Kids 4-8 years old can explore Alaska’s animals and environment with PBS’s Molly of Denali on February 26 at 6:30 PM. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334.

Family Storytime: Falling Into Place

Let’s take a walk on October 7 at 6:30 PM to collect leaves, sticks, and whatever else to create a collage with our nature finds and share the creations! Families with children attending 3rd grade and younger are welcome with Read More …

Noisy Nature

We’re bringing the Carnegie Museum of Natural History to you! On Friday, August 3 at 10 AM, kids 3-7 years old will learn about the noisy denizens of nature. This program is currently WAIT LIST ONLY so reserve your spot Read More …

Wildlife Rainbow

Wild animals use colors and patterns to communicate with each other and to hide from danger. On June 22 at 10 AM, the Humane Animal Rescue will teach kids 4 to 7 years old how animals use the color wheel Read More …

Animal Tracks

Can you identify a bear track? On June 30 at 11 AM families can get up close and personal with a variety of strange and awesome animals! This program is currently WAIT LIST ONLY. Reserve your spot online or by Read More …