Russian Book Club Celebrates 10 Years

Cleveland Public Library’s Russian Book Club, which meets every other month at Memorial-Nottingham Branch, recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary—and it’s still going strong. “It’s an opportunity to get together and discuss quality literature,” Victoria Kabo, International Languages Librarian, says of the Russian Book Club. “About 15 or 16 people come to every meeting, and we always have a lively and…

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Special Collections to Display WWII Greater Cleveland Roll of Honor

The Greater Cleveland Roll of Honor contains the names of many Cleveland-area men and women who served in World War II. The large, four-volume set was compiled by family and friends who listed men and women serving in all branches of the U.S. military. Louis B. Seltzer, editor of the Cleveland Press, and Mayor Frank Lausche dedicated the Greater Cleveland…

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eSports

ESports is about more than video games—it’s about building a community. There’s something for everyone at one of our eSports events, so whether you’re a player, spectator, enthusiast, or casual fan, don’t miss out! Get your hands on cutting-edge gaming devices, show off your skills, watch great gaming action, network with Northeast Ohio gamers and groups, enjoy virtual reality demos,…

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Board of Library Trustees Meeting

May 22, 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. Branch 12:00 Noon   AGENDA   Approval of the Minutes of the Board Work Session of 04/05/18; Finance Committee Meeting of 04/17/18; and Regular Board Meeting of 04/19/18. MOTION TO TEMPORARILY SUSPEND THE REGULATIONS III. FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT (Mr. Seifullah, Chair) Resolution to Accept Gifts for the Month of April (EXHIBIT 1) Fourth…

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Turning Your Art into a Business

Free workshops for creative artists in music, publishing, TV & film, digital media and the visual arts. This series of ten workshops provides artists with a better understanding of the legal and business aspects of five creative disciplines and empowers them to monetize their art. This program is being coordinated by Leah Lewis, of Three Butterflies Entertainment LLC. Registration is…

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Cleveland Public Library Announces Scholar-in-Residence Position

The Ohio Center for the Book (OCFB) at Cleveland Public Library announces an inaugural Scholar-in-Residence position to enhance the Library’s programming and outreach while providing a scholar with the support to explore research and scholarship interests. The position provides a $4,000 stipend along with an additional $1,000 programming allowance. OCFB will accept applications for the inaugural Scholar-in-Residence program from June…

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