1953: The League started WQED children’s programming, which entailed weekly programs for children.
1953: The League is instrumental in starting The Juvenile Court Nursery School. The school was staffed by League volunteers.
1953: The first JLP group membership meeting was held.
1957: The League helps to start a Traveler’s Aid booth at the Pittsburgh Airport, which provided travel information to travelers.
1957-1961: The League works on the Old Economy Village restoration project.
1958: The League has their first Golden Age Hobby Show, a craft show for senior citizens.
1959: The League hosts their first Ball at Carnegie Institute. Approximately 1,000 people were in attendance.