Read all about the cool things the library is doing in the community!
By Krystia Nora/ Kidsburgh / Thursday, February 1, 2015
As the home of Fred Rogers and his timeless Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood television series, Pittsburgh has long been devoted to the education of its youngest citizens. And let’s face it. As parents, we can use all the help we can get. The familiar African proverb says, “it takes a village to raise a child” and we couldn’t agree more.
Luckily, Pittsburgh is home to many men and women who care deeply about educating our kids–even before they head off to elementary school for the first time. These inspired individuals touch our lives everyday through their hard work at museums, libraries and community centers throughout the city. Read more…
By Donna S. Dreeland/ South Hills Record / Thursday, January 1, 2015
Reading doesn’t have to be a solitary experience.
If Dolores Colarosa’s Good Reads, Good Deeds Book Club catches on, the entire community will benefit.
Colarosa, children’s librarian at Baldwin Borough Public Library, developed a program for children, grades 3 through 6, and their caregivers. Each month through April, after reading a pre-selected book, the group will gather at the library to discuss the book and plan how to carry the lessons learned into the community. Read More…
By Stephanie Hacke / South Hills Record / Wednesday, June 25, 2014
The Baldwin Borough Public Library has Friends — more than a dozen of them. And it’s seeking more.
The Friends of Baldwin Borough Public Library formed during the second half of 2013 with a goal of providing added support to the library. Read More…..
By Stephanie Hacke / South Hills Record / Wednesday, April 9, 2014
The front doors of the old Wallace School building opened and a little girl burst inside — running as fast as she could ahead of mom and dad.
“Wait, wait, wait,” her mom called out. “Are you so, so excited?”
“Yes!” she yelled back as she ran toward the old classroom door.
Children rushed to get inside the Baldwin Borough Public Library program room, located to the rear of the old Wallace School, last Friday morning around 10:30. Read more….
By Stephanie Hacke / South Hills Record / Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Jenny Worley envisions the Baldwin Borough Public Library as someday being the prime destination for people looking for something to do in the area.
Coffee or tea will be offered to those looking to simply hang out, and new programs will be offered to entice people to come inside. Read more….