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Vive la France! After Hours @ the Library: Late night returns

 


Ooh La La! Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s popular After Hours @ the Library: Late Night returns – this time with a French flair.

Guests of past events have enjoyed socializing over music, refreshments and grown-up games while experiencing the library in its off hours. During this year’s Parisian-inspired event, guests will feel like they have been whisked across the Atlantic as they sample French wine, enjoy live music and compete in a live action version of “French” Monopoly.

Guests 21 years and older are invited to enjoy the library from this interesting perspective Friday, Feb. 8 from 7 – 10 p.m. at CLP – Main (Oakland), 4400 Forbes Ave. Tickets are $40 until February 7, all proceeds benefit Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

Tickets to the event include: live jazz music from Chico’s Quintet +1; French wine tasting accompanied by delicious food from Bar Marco; beer from Full Pint Brewing Company; a silent auction of antique Library furniture, including card catalogs, and handcrafted rocket ships; absinthe sampling from Philadelphia Distilling; library tours; and, a live-action version of “French” Monopoly.

Tickets are available in advance for $40 until February 7 and may be purchased online at http://www.carnegielibrary.org/afterhours or by calling 412-622-6502. A limited supply of tickets may be available at the door on February 8 for $50.

 

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