Born to Read: Reading to Your Baby in the Womb

Benefits Develop Baby’s Brain By the third trimester, your baby’s ears are ready to hear! While a baby in utero hears what’s going on outside the womb at about 10 decibels lower than you do, the rhythm, melody, and other language patterns that serve as the foundation of speech are actually crystal clear. Wondering what the world sounds like to…

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Issue 60: Questions & Answers

What is the Cleveland Public Library levy on the November ballot? Cleveland Public Library’s existing 5.8 mill levy will expire at the end of 2018. The Library is asking voters to renew the existing 5.8 mill levy and increase that levy by 2.0 mills for a continuing period of time. Why not just renew the 5.8 mill levy? The current…

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Forget Me Not – Community Event

Please join us on Tuesday, August 29th, 6: 00 p.m. to commemorate Forget Me Not, a new structure at Eastman Branch and the new gallery space. Forget Me Not was created with the inspiration from meetings with Eastman Branch community. The goal was to not only to create a structure that offers the community seating and shade, but to also re-program…

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July 14th – Bastille Day

July 14th is Bastille Day, the national holiday of France. Bastille Day commemorates the storming of the Bastille fortress and prison by ordinary citizens on July 14th, 1789, an event held by historians and French Citizens to mark the birth of the French Republic and the beginning of the French Revolution. For over a thousand years France had been ruled…

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