The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is making sure that Pennsylvania residents are receiving the most when it comes to the benefits it has to offer. And let me tell you, this library offers its borrowers a lot of perks.
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The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has nineteen different branches spread throughout the city, and, as with most libraries, offers residents a free library card. The free library card isn’t only offered to Pittsburgh residents, but to all Pennsylvania residents. The library’s intention is to be open to everyone, regardless of their circumstances. They believe in a more educated world, and are doing their part to ensure that happens.
This library is one where your library card can unlock almost anything you can dream of or hope for. Aside from borrowing books and renting movies (their film archive boasts 28,680 Blu-Rays and DVDS!), the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh allows people to partake in language-learning programs (they have upwards of 70 different languages to offer), view your ancestral history on Ancestry.com for free, programs to help score a job, and so much more! Through social media outreach, they intend to spread the word that anything can happen inside of the library.
I’m blown away by everything this library has to offer. I never thought I would say this, but maybe it’s time to move out west to Pennsylvania!
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