Millvale Community Library September | 2017 |

My Adventures in Millvale: The Green Workplace Challenge

Friday, September 29, 2017
Sheena Carroll


Foreward: In the busy world of Millvale and the Millvale Library, we tend to get carried away in all the exciting things happening around us.  The Green Workplace Challenge (soon to be the Sustainable Pittsburgh Challenge) is a wonderful and easy way for us to document and track organizational sustainability efforts so that we can keep our focus. This year, the Millvale Community Library, Tupelo Honey Teas, and Rolling Pepperoni, all participated in the Challenge to see how our efforts stack up against like-minded organizations around the region.  Below is a blog written by Millvale Library Sustainability Intern, Kelli Williams,… Read More »

Words Have Power: Banned Books Week 2017

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Sheena Carroll


Do you like Harry Potter or The Hunger Games? How about classics like 1984 or Gone With the Wind? At one point these books and hundreds of others were challenged or banned across the country. Through the diligence of libraries, schools, bookstores, and citizens like you, these works remain on the shelves to be read by all. This week we celebrate Banned Books Week and the freedom to read any book, no matter how unorthodox or unpopular its ideas may be. Banned Books Week has a theme each year, and 2017 is dedicated to the First Amendment, which guarantees our… Read More »

CMU School of Architecture offers free weekend camp for Millvale Youth

Thursday, September 7, 2017
Zaheen Hussain


As Millvale changes, we always want to make sure that it happens in a way that community members want.  One voice we can’t forget to leave out in the growth of our EcoDistrict is that of our youth.  This fall, the Carnegie School of Architecture will be offering an 8 week program called the Saturday Sequence for 8 Millvale youth (4 middle school and 4 high school).  Best of all, this program is FREE for Millvale students!   “Since 1991, the Saturday Sequence has taught elementary, middle, and high school students the indispensable components of an architecture education. Each year,… Read More »

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