Help plan the future of Carnegie Library!

There will be a series of community workshops over the next 6 months to discuss what can be done to ensure that Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh remains operationally and financially healthy. The first set of workshops will be held on May 15, 16, and 17.
Saturday, May 15 ❘10 am – Noon❘at the Serbian Club · 2524 Sarah Street, 15203
Saturday, May 15 ❘2 – 4 pm❘at the Sheraden Senior Center · 720 Sherwood Avenue, 15204
Sunday, May 16 ❘2 – 4 pm❘ at CLP – Allegheny · 1230 Federal Street, 15212
Monday, May 17 ❘6:30 – 8:30 pm❘at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church · 419 S. Dithridge Street, 15213
You may attend any or all of the workshops.  Pre-registration is not required.  Light refreshments will be served.  The agenda of each workshop will be the same, and will include:
1. A Community Briefing, including an update on what’s been happening since December 2009, the decisions that need to be made this year, and the process we’re proposing to make those decisions.

2. Interactive Discussion, where Library staff and Board members are looking to the community to share their priorities and perspectives.

Workshops will also be held in July and September as CLP moves through the process.  At each workshop they will demonstrate how feedback from the Community Conversation has been considered as decisions are made.
For more information about the workshops, please visit the Carnegie Library website or  contact Maggie McFalls, Community Engagement Coordinator, Office of External and Government Relations, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. You can email Maggie or call her at 412.622.8877.
Above photo:  Conrad Wypychowski of Polish Hill at the Carnegie Library in Lawrenceville, by Post-Gazette photographer Robin Rombach.  This photo accompanied an October 2009 article on the library’s funding woes.