Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events at the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall

Long renowned for its superb acoustics and historic character, the Andrew Carnegie Music Hall offers audiences numerous and varied entertainment options in an elegant and enjoyable setting. The ACFL & MH is fully accessible. Please check the calendar listing for the presenting organization’s contact information for ticketing and event questions.

Broadway's Other Steves... via Pittsburgh! A salute to two titans of Broadway, performed by Stage 62 and benefiting the ACFL&M. September 27 at 7:30 p.m.

Broadway’s Other Steves… (via Pittsburgh)
September 27 at 7:30 p.m.

A salute to two titans of Broadway! Between them, Dormont native Stephen
Flaherty and CMU alum Stephen Schwartz have composed the scores to some of
Broadway’s most beloved musicals.

This musical tribute will be arranged and performed by Stage 62 as a benefit for
the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall.  The performance is followed by
an after-theater supper throughout the historic landmark facility.

Tickets are $125 for reserved orchestra seats ($90 tax-deductible); $75 for open
balcony seating ($40 tax-deductible). Buy online below.


ACFL&MH Benefit Seat Location



 Call 412-276-3456, x. 8 for more information.

Thank you to our event sponsors:

Carnegie-Collier Rotary
Landau Building Company
Papa J’s Ristorante
A.C. Dellovade
Carnegie Coffee Company/The Medicine Shoppe
Clay Place at Standard
The Craig-Goodworth Group at Merrill Lynch
Ealey & Rivers
Clare Goetz
Green & Bridges, LLC
Rose Kutsenkow
Bill & Georgia Manby
Navarre Minerals Company
Tedco Construction Company
AmCom
The Design Alliance Architects
Richard & Deborah D’Loss
Moretti, Moretti & Fritz
OnDemand Energy Solutions

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Pirate Party! Crafts, story time, treasure hunt, and refreshments. September 20, from 10:30 to 11:30am.

Pirate Party
September 20, from 10:30am to 11:30am

Help us celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day! There will be stories, a
treasure hunt, and crafts including eye patches, a Jolly Roger, treasure maps,
and a finger puppet parrot. Wear your pirate outfit!

Refreshments of pirate punch and sea biscuits will be served. There may even be
a real pirate in our ranks! Come walk the plank… if you dare! Reservations are
required for this event.

Sign up at the A.C. Free or call (412) 276-3456.

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Mouring

2nd Saturday Civil War Lecture – October 11, 2014 at 1:00 PM
“19th Century Mourning Customs”
Jeanne Finstein and Judy Hendrickson

In order to describe 19th century mourning traditions, this presentation will
first outline the conditions of the time, including disease, lack of sterile
practices, diets that lacked essential vitamins and nutrients, and medical
treatments barely a step above witchcraft – all of which made death a very
common occurrence.

As the Civil War added another cause for mourning, rituals became more clearly
defined and adhered to as much as finances and circumstances allowed. In large
part, the stage had been set for these traditions by England’s Queen Victoria,
who mourned the death of her husband for decades. Other traditions grew out of
necessity – flowers at funerals, for example, to mask the odor of death and
wakes that served as a safeguard against premature burial.

Presenters Judi Hendrickson and Jeanne Finstein will describe these and many
other traditions of the time, some of which are still observed. Their talk will be
illustrated with pictures, showing such things as mourning garb and vintage
photographs.

Judi and Jeanne are amateur historians who have extensive experience in
researching and presenting topics of historical interest. Often dressed in period
costumes, they usually illustrate their talks with related pictures. Both are long-
time members of Friends of Wheeling, a local historic preservation organization.
Judi Hendrickson works at West Virginia Northern Community College. Jeanne
Finstein is an educational software developer with Polyhedron Learning Media.

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The Sorcerer
Pittsburgh Savoyards
October 10-12, 16-19
Thursday- Saturday 8:00 p.m., Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
www.pittsburghsavoyards.org
412-734-8467

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Kyiv Photo

Kyiv Ukrainian Dance Ensemble
October 25
2:00 p.m.
412-977-2010

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Chaplin

Listen Locally
Pianist Tom Roberts brings a multimedia presentation of his original
compositions for Charlie Chaplin’s short films.
Season Premier of ACFL&MH’s chamber music series.
October 30, 7:30 p.m.
412-276-3456, x. 6

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Evita
Stage 62
November 7-9, 14-16, 21-22
Friday and Saturday at 8:00 p.m., Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
www.stage62.org
412-429-6262

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Nutcracker

The Nutcracker
Presented by Carnegie Performing Arts Center
December 5-7, 11-14
Tickets available at the door.
For group sales or information call 412-279-8887 or visit
www.carnegieperformingartscenter.com

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Zentangle Classes, every Tuesday evening at 6pm

 Zentangle Classes
Tuesdays from 6pm – 7pm

Zentangle is a relaxing art form, based on the soothing, meditative nature of
pattern-drawing. No artistic experience or talent is needed! Classes are open to
all. The first class is free, after which, supplies will be made available to
purchase.

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Computer Questions

Get your computer questions answered! Leave your information (email or
phone) with the A.C. Free circulation desk and our computer expert will help you
with all your technology questions!