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Children’s traveling art show on display at Carnegie Public Library

Zoë Donovan, Staff Reporter June 20, 2019

Members of the community can visit Cultivating Creativity, a traveling art show that highlights student art from local area schools, at the Charleston Carnegie Public Library until July 7. Cultivating...

Rosa Coit (left), a sophomore from Charleston High School, colors patterns on a coloring sheet during Celebrate Pride at the Rotary Room of the Charleston Carnegie Public Library on Monday afternoon.

FEATURE PHOTO: Celebrate Pride

Raine Zhu, Photographer June 18, 2019

Rosa Coit (left), a sophomore from Charleston High School, colors patterns on a coloring sheet during Celebrate Pride at the Rotary Room of the Charleston Carnegie Public Library on Monday afternoon. She...

Carnegie Public Library waiving late book fees for food donations

Zoë Donovan, Staff Reporter June 10, 2019

Members of the Charleston community who have late book fines for the Carnegie Public Library can waive their fees by donating food, which will go to the Charleston Food Pantry, in the month of June. The...

Carnegie Public Library to celebrate LGBTQ pride

Logan Raschke, Editor-in-Chief June 10, 2019

People can mingle over cupcakes while celebrating LGBTQ pride at the Charleston Carnegie Public Library's second Celebrate Pride social gathering next week. Library associate Daniel Briscoe said the...

Tonya Morton, an employee of the Charleston Carnegie Public Library, teaches people how to use coffee filters to craft into flowers at the Rotary Room B Tuesday evening.

FEATURE PHOTO: Crafting flowers out of coffee filters

Raine Zhu, Raine Zhu June 4, 2019

Tonya Morton, an employee of the Charleston Carnegie Public Library, teaches people how to use coffee filters to craft into flowers at the Rotary Room B Tuesday evening. She said people can make peonies...

DNA: Ties that Bind Set for Wednesday

Andrew Paisley, Campus Reporter April 17, 2018

An introduction of DNA genetic testing will be available at “DNA: Ties that Bind,” a lecture held from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Charleston Carnegie Public Library. The lecture, hosted by...

Charleston Carnegie Public Library to host children’s activities

Staff Report January 8, 2018

The Charleston Carnegie Public Library will host a series of programs this week for children of various ages. The first event, an Astronomy Night, will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the library’s parking...

Eastern students dressed in clothing honoring historical women during the Living History Project Premier at the Carneige Library.

History comes alive, Eastern students portray under-recognized women

Liz Stephens, City Reporter March 1, 2017

Eastern students told the stories of under-recognized women from history at the Charleston Carnegie Public Library Thursday night. In honor of Women’s History Month, the women’s studies program...

Dr. Bernie Ranchero, a family practce physician discusses what it’s like being a gay doctor, and dealing with being a gay or transgender person seeking out healthcare at Carnegie Public Library on thursday night.

Doctor speaks about experience with sexuality

Olivia Swenson-Hutlz, Assistant Photo Editor January 20, 2017

  Bernie Ranchero, a family practice physician from Sara Bush Lincoln Health Center, came to speak about his experiences as a gay man during a meeting of Charleston’s chapter of PFLAG Thursday...

Crafting coming to Charleston Carnegie Library

Lynnsey Veach, Staff Reporter October 29, 2015

The Eastern and Charleston communities are invited to “Come, craft, and relax” at the Make and Take craft event at the Charleston Carnegie Public Library. The library will be hosting the event 6...

Women’s Chemistry Committee to host Halloween camp for young girls

Jada Huddlestun, Staff Reporter October 29, 2015

Young girls interested in learning about chemistry through participating in Halloween activities can do so Saturday at the camp, “Chemistry Colors Halloween: Potions, Magic and More.” The Women’s...

Owen Keefe, a 5-year-old Charleston resident, gets ready to hit a red balloon with his pool noodle light saber at the Star Wars Reads day event put on at the Charleston Carnegie Public Library Wednesday.

Star Wars event at library trained aspiring Jedi

Molly Dotson, Staff Reporter October 7, 2015

People of all ages dressed as Yoda, Storm Troopers, Wookies, Darth Vader and other various Star Wars characters gather in a crowded room at Charleston Carnegie Public Library on Wednesday. The 4th annual...

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