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 online or by calling 412-269-0334.

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 and meet a furry friend! This program is currently WAIT 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 calling 412-269-0334.

Gardening with Nature Cat

On May 19 at 11:00 AM families with children 3-8 years old will learning Gardening with Nature Cat! Learn how to make a miniature garden, explore gardening activities and crafts and watch an episode of Nature Cat! Families will leave with activity packets for extended fun at home. Please register Read More

Welcome to the Seed Library!

Moon Township Public Library is excited to grow our very own seed library! At first, it may seem odd that a library would provide seeds, but our collections are developed to entertain, promote well-being, and contribute to lifelong learning in all of our patrons. As part of your community, we Read More

Earth Day Open Craft

On April 22, head into our craft room with this open ended afternoon of crafting! We’ll provide the recycled crafting supplies, you bring the creative ideas. Ages 5 and up welcome with a caregiver.

Maker Mondays: Hydroponic Gardening

Learn some STEAM* skills with this makerspace workshop. Get started with DIY hydroponic gardening by making your own passive hydroponic planter out of a soda bottle on April 16 at 6:30 PM. This project will require you to bring your own 2-liter soda bottle. You can bring your own seeds Read More

Visiting Mother Nature with Brian Wargo

Knowing how to get off-the-grid is the key aspect for successfully venturing to our own Gardens of Eden. Doing so requires serious preparation, know-how, and planning. Join Dr. Brian M. Wargo, a science educator and physicist who specializes in naturalistic education, as he talks about his new book, Visiting Mother Nature Read More

Seed Library Start-Up

Be a Seed Library Starter! We are starting a seed library and want you to help it grow. Patrons of all ages will help us develop our seed collection by making seed paper and seed balls on April 14 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM. Once you’ve made a seed Read More