Voting Matters

The Cleveland Public Library understands and recognizes the impact voting can have on our communities. At The People’s University, we work hard to engage, educate, shift mindsets, and empower our community on topics that matter, such as voting. This September, we are committed to educating the community on why it matters to vote. We are supporting, sponsoring, and hosting a…

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with music, fun, and educational programs for the entire family at the Library

Cleveland Public Library will honor the rich history, culture, and contributions of Hispanic Americans during Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15. “Everyone is welcome at the People’s University. We believe the best way to understand each other is to experience other cultures,” said Twyla Turner, Director of Inclusion & Leadership Education at Cleveland Public Library.…

Author: Ayana Gray brings Beasts of Prey to the Cleveland Zoo

In celebration of Cleveland Book Week, Cleveland Public Library presents author Ayana Gray for a book discussion about her much-anticipated series, Beasts of Prey, in the breathtaking Rainforest at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on Wednesday, September 29 | 6:30 p.m. Gray is a lover of monsters, mythos, and #MelaninMagic. Her debut novel, Beasts of Prey, is about the fate that…

The Library and the Pro Football Hall of Fame will create educational programming for local students

As a new NFL season approaches, Cleveland Public Library is teaming up with the Pro Football Hall of Fame to introduce students to new horizons through programming, gaming, and educational activities.   “Cleveland Public Library is proud to partner with the Pro Football Hall of Fame to support and educate our youth,” said Felton Thomas, Jr., Executive Director and CEO of Cleveland Public Library. “This partnership will help us achieve our goal of nurturing and inspiring young…

Getting Ready for Back-to-School with Cleveland Public Library

Student success starts with a good plan. Check out these Library resources and services that should be a part of every family’s tool kit for a strong school year. For All Ages Juvenile library cards (0-17): Unlock possibilities with your library card – check out books, movies, and music, use library computers, and the TechCentral Maker Space   Homework help: FREE tutoring and homework assistance for students who need…

Young Adults Books that Adults Will Love #BookDropsCLE

Family/Growing up Opposite of Always by Justin A Reynolds With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo LGBTQ+ She Drives Me Crazy – Kelly Quindlen Aristotle & Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe – Benjamin Alire Saenz I think I Love You – Auriane Desombre Cemetary Boys – Aiden Thomas See Also Dread Nation by Justina Ireland Super Fake…