Why Pittsburgh is Kidsburgh

Wondering what’s happening in Pittsburgh for kids?

Wonder, no more.

Now you can sign up for Kidsburgh, a quarterly e-newsletter all about KIDS!  The current issue takes you to cool places  like The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Attack Theatre and Toonseum (which is planning a Super Heroes Happening) and even geocaching

 It will regularly feature news about medical advances, education,  technology and more such as a mentoring program for girls, urban farming, a new cure for ear infections  and our dear, beloved Mister Rogers.  

Find out why Pittsburgh is set to become the best place for kids on the planet from Gregg Behr, the executive director  of  The Grable Foundation. Experience our wonderful diversity in  a side show of some of our  younger city residents.  And see a video of why Pittsburgh is Kidsburgh.

It’s all free, of course.  So—what are you waiting for? Sign up now.



About Tina Zubak

I've been a librarian at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh for about 12 years, first at the Beechview branch and now at Children's. I've written some books myself, but alas, no publications. Among my favorite books are BFG, Houndsley and Catrina and the Quiet Time, Ramona Quimby, Age 8, Nation and Rose Daughter.
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One Response to Why Pittsburgh is Kidsburgh

  1. Rebecca says:

    Another reason why Pittsburgh is Kidsburgh: Our awesome authors and illustrators for kids!

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