Cleveland Public Library adds old Cinematheque calendars to its online Digital Gallery

This article was written by John Ewing, Cinematheque Director at Cleveland Institute of Art, and republished with their permission. Did you ever wonder what films the Cinematheque showed before you started attending our screenings? If so, the answer is now only a few mouse clicks away. In September, the Cleveland Public Library added old Cinematheque calendars to its online Digital…

WinterLand at Cleveland Public Library

Celebrate winter at Cleveland Public Library! Starting Saturday, November 26, the Main Library Campus in Downtown Cleveland and our neighborhood libraries will transform into a WinterLand complete with reindeer, holiday-themed stories, crafts, and a live performance by the Cleveland Opera Theater. Time Activity 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Reindeer Station Eastman Reading Garden 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Carolers’ Square…

Cleveland Public Library Welcomes Author and Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones to Writers & Readers for a Conversation about Courage, Commitment & Change

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones will close out the 2022 Writers & Readers series on Saturday, November 19 at noon via Zoom. Attendees will receive a FREE copy of The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story. Nikole Hannah-Jones is a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine and the creator of The 1619 Project which explores the history of slavery in…

World-Renowned Poet Nikki Giovanni Joins Cleveland Public Library for the Grand Opening of the New Hough Campus Next to League Park

Our future is building at the all-new Hough Campus. The Library will host a candid conversation with world-renowned poet Nikki Giovanni on Saturday, November 12 at the grand opening of the Hough Campus. The new Library, now located at 6530 Lexington Avenue in Midtown Cleveland, will open at 10 a.m. Giovanni will speak at noon about her life’s work and influence…

A Poem for Cleveland | Cleveland Heights Poet Laureate Ray McNiece Partners with Cleveland Public Library and Ohio Center for the Book to Tell the Story of the City

Cleveland Public Library and Ohio Center for the Book join Cleveland Heights Poet Laureate Ray McNiece for monthly intergenerational and multicultural poetry workshops pairing youth poets with community elders aged 50 and older. Prompts created by youth poets jumpstart the conversation, resulting in poems that serve as a bridge between cultures, generations, and neighborhoods. Add your voice to the mosaic…

Movies and Books for Halloween Lovers #BookDropsCLE

Happy Halloween! Welcome to another episode of Book Drops! What books and movies get you and the Halloween spirit? Don is joined by Michael from Cleveland Public Library to share some of their favorite ghoulish titles. Michael Recommendations Books Films Don’s Reading Recommendations