Summer Coding Camp: Video Games

Join this four-day series to create your own computer game from SCRATCH! Use CODE.ORG to learn the skills to turn your idea into a working game. In the last session of the week, share your work with your friends and the world at T.C.’s Arcade! As young people create with Scratch, they learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason …

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City of Cleveland Seeks Applicants for 4 CMSD Board Appointments

Mayor Frank G. Jackson has announced that applications will be accepted from now until Friday, July 14, 2017 for appointments to seats on the Cleveland Metropolitan School District Board of Education. The four terms expire June 30, 2021. To be considered, applicants must be residents of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. Interested parties can mail their applications to the Nominating …

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The Disobedient Chicken: An Art Book by Christine Mannix

  Cleveland Public Library Special Collections collects artist’s books created by local and regional artists. Artist’s books are works of art that transforms the concept or format of a book into an object of creative expression. They are often published in small editions or produced as one-of-a-kind. The Disobedient Chicken is a contemporary fabric artist book created from a scanned …

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Board of Library Trustees Meeting

June 13, 2017 Trustees Room – Louis Stokes Wing 12:00 Noon AGENDA Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of 5/18/17 and Finance Committee Meeting of 5/16/17.   COMMUNICATIONS           III. MOTION TO TEMPORARILY SUSPEND THE REGULATIONS FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT (Mr. Seifullah, Chair) Resolution to Accept Gifts for the Month of May (EXHIBIT 1) Sixth Amendment …

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Cleveland Public Library Wins Vibrant City Award

In a special May 24 ceremony at Edgewater Park, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress presented Cleveland Public Library with the 2017 Vibrant City Impact Award, an honor that celebrates the Library’s positive influence within the community. “The Vibrant City Impact Award was introduced to recognize community partners that provide dramatic impact on the lives of Clevelanders,” said Joel Ratner, President and CEO …

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Caroline Peak Honored as Collinwood Senior of the Year

During the City of Cleveland’s Senior Day on May 24, Ward 8 Councilman Michael D. Polensek honored Collinwood Branch Manager Caroline Peak as the Collinwood Senior of the Year. 2017 marked the 28th annual Senior Day hosted by the Cleveland Department of Aging​. More than 2,100 seniors gathered at Cleveland Public Hall for the event, which featured an information fair, …

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