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Carnegie Free Library Fall Fundraiser

The Carnegie Free Library of Beaver Falls is hosting A Novel Event, featuring local authors’ books for sale and signing. The date of the event is Saturday, Nov. 18 – the same day as the Beaver Falls Business Open House. “What makes this doubly exciting is that the Beaver Falls Businesses are having an Open House on the same day,” Jean Barsotti, MSLS, Director stated. The five-hour event includes a variety of raffle baskets, and cookies and beverages for sale to supplement the author book signing. More event information is on the flyer below.

Carnegie Free Library Book Sale

The Carnegie Free Library is having their annual book sale starting October 7th. All items will be a dollar or as otherwise marked. More information on the flyer below.

TELL ME A TALE: Prison Based Family Literacy Initiative

Family literacy programs can provide opportunities for education success for parents and children.  These programs can serve as models of family involvement, showing how families can become part of an extended classroom and build on the work of the school.  Engagement in family programs does not have to stop because a parent is incarcerated. The Carnegie Free Library of Beaver Falls in partnership with the Beaver County Bar Association and TRAILS Ministries are working on an innovative family literacy initiative.  Tell Me A Tale: Prison Based Family Literacy Initiative developed by Christine Kroger, Children’s Librarian at the Carnegie Free Library…

Virtual Visit from Author Megan McDonald at Carnegie Free Library

The author of the wildly popular Judy Moody Series, the Stink books and The Sisters Club trilogy and Winner of the Children’s Choice Book Award will joining us in conversation moderated by Mr. Kevin McGuire. Kevin is a librarian and teacher at the Woodland Hills High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  On May 4th at 7pm ET, beloved Children’s Book Author, Megan McDonald, will be hosted by the Northland Public Library for an exclusive video conferencing program.  Megan McDonald was born and raised in the Pittsburgh Area and she worked at the Northland Library as a teenager. The Carnegie Free Library…