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Late Night at the Library Deconstruction Party

Thank you to all of our Late Night @ the Library sponsors, attendees and supporters. It was certainly a night to remember! We hope that you will continue to support Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and join us for events like these in the future!

 

THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS!

Media Sponsor

WYEP

 

Donors



Gateway Wines
and Spirits

17th Street Cafe
Big Dog Coffee
Double Wide Grill
Emilano's Mexican Restaurant and Bar
FUZE
The Goodie Truck
Hofbrauhaus
Ibiza Tapas & Wine Bar
JPC Event Group

Pita Pit
The Pretzel Shop
Rita's, East Carson Street
Sal's Pizza
Smiling Moose
Subway - 2022 East Carson
Tusca Mediterranean Tapas
The Zenith

 

Social Sponsors

Construction Junction
Leadership Pittsburgh, Inc.
PA Resources Council

Pittsburgh Social Exchange
PUMP
South Side Chamber of Commerce

 

Partners

 

Auction Donors

Alicia Kenney
BYS Yoga
Caffe Davio
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Legume
Michael's Pizza Bar & Restaurant
Nakama
Omni William Penn

Mirabella Salon
OTB Bicycle Café
Paul Werkmeister
Pino Gelato
Pittsburgh CLO
Pittsburgh Opera
Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel
WYEP

 

LATE NIGHT COMMITTEE

Samuel C. Badger
Jack Brice
Jeremy Church
Rebecca Church
Anne D'Appolonia
Ian Eberhart
Drew Eisenbeis
Kate Freed
Jackee Ging
Katherine Harrell

Bonnie Hays
Mark Lee
Tony Lee
Bonnie McCloskey
Maggie McFalls
Stephanie Meyer
Dan Michelmore
Tori Mistick
Betsy Plank

Molly Quinlin
Kathleen Radock
Annette Romain
Christie Schroth
Lydia Scott
Paula Taggart
Kaarin VanAusdal
Suzy Waldo
Sara Werner

 

Questions?

Contact Sara Werner, Manager of Events and Programs at 412-622-3114 or at werners@carnegielibrary.org.

 

A Bit of History: South Side (1909)

More than any other library in the system, the South Side branch was responsible for helping the immigrant community acclimate to life in the U.S. About 60 percent of the neighborhood's population was foreign-born and in the first weeks of the library's operation, patrons requested books in Polish, German, Lithuanian, Serbian, Italian, French, Croatian, Hungarian, Swedish and Yiddish - in that order of popularity.