Saturday August 28th at 10:00 AM. Grand Opening of the East Liberty Branch of the Carnegie Library Pittsburgh. Drove by on the way home from Meet & Greet at school tonight and the movie trucks were all parked in front so couldn’t get the view they show on their website – click for more info on their hours. The setting sun made the stone glow on East Liberty Presbyterian (Architect Ralph Adams Cram designed Calvary Episcopal Church in Shadyside as well) I love libraries. Years ago when I used to bowl with the Greenfield Lunch Ladies I met a nice woman Doris who worked in the branch before it was closed, gutted, and rebuilt.
I used to go to the East Liberty branch all the time. it looks nice now
It was wonderful growing up with the Morris Plains Library. What a place to work – you would probably know ALL the books.
Plan to go to the Opening! Beautiful shot!
I love the picture with the church in the background. I love Carnegie Library, I volunteer for them and those hours make my week.
I’ve never been to that particular library but our extremely old library here in Southern Indiana brings back a lot of wonderful memories. There just are not enough libraries in this world!
Ruth what a great shot of the new East Liberty Carnegie Library. After seeing this I think we will go there today.
Hi Ellen, We are lucky to have such a nice new library so close by! Thanks for looking and writing on the blog.