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Two is Better Than One

Life is filled with awesome combinations: cookies & milk, peanut butter & chocolate, chips & salsa… Don’t you love it when your local Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh partners with another cool organization to bring you amazing programming? This week there are two such programs:

Carnegie Museum of Natural History Photo by philfraleyproductions.com

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Hill District and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History are teaming up to bring  you Carnegie Museum of Natural History @ the Library.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM 

Go behind the scenes of the museum, meet scientists and create experiences that bring museum displays to life! Our friends from Carnegie Museum of Natural History will be at the Library with fossils and other museum objects to share activities that focus on energy and the environment. Come learn about an exciting new opportunity for teens.
Location: Hill District
Bone Sharps, Cowboys, and Thunder Lizards : a Tale of Edwin Drinker Cope, Othniel Charles Marsh, and the Gilded Age of Paleontology  by Jim Ottaviani & Big Time AtticJurassic Park (DVD)Empty by Suzanne WeynThe skull in the rock : how a scientist, a boy, and Google Earth opened a new window on human origins by Lee R. Berger and Marc Aronson
What’s all the buzzing about? Well, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Squirrel Hill and the Burgh Bees community are coming together and presenting Gardening Thyme: Honey Bees.

Honey Bees photo by: doandroidsdance.com

Wednesday, May 8, 2013  
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM 
Join us for a presentation on honey bees. Learn about the different types of honey bees, the Burgh Bees community apiary and honey bees as part of our agricultural system. There will be honey for tasting, a hive observation (a contained box with bees in it), and beekeeping tools and jackets.
Location: Squirrel Hill
To learn more about this, check out Corey’s blog:

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