Running Your Small Business: Nuts and Bolts

A free six-part series offered in partnership with Business Advisers of Cleveland Saturdays, Apr 13–May 18 | 3:15–4:45pm Louis Stokes Wing, 2nd Floor, Conference Room D Apr 13: Microsoft Word for Business Apr 20: Developing a Winning Business Plan Apr 27: Basic Excel for Business May 4: Accounting for Small Business May 11: Advanced Excel for Business May 18: Taxes…

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Explore the World of Puppetry Exhibit Opens March 23 at Cleveland Public Library

The magic of puppetry comes to life at Cleveland Public Library when a special exhibit, The World of Puppets: From Stage to Screen, opens Saturday, March 23. The grand opening will feature puppet shows, workshops, and costumed characters, while related programming will continue throughout 2019—all to celebrate the Library’s 150th anniversary year. “Puppetry is an art form with a rich and varied history that…

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Cleveland Humanities Festival

The Cleveland Humanities Festival is a collaborative effort celebrating the region’s great cultural institutions dedicated to humanistic inquiry. Coordinated by the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities of Case Western Reserve University, this year’s festival partners with museums, educational institutions, and arts organizations to explore the theme of “nature” from a variety of humanistic perspectives. For a full list of Cleveland…

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2019 African American History Month Programming

Author Visit: Anthony Ray Hinton, Author of The Sun Does Shine After spending 30 years on death row for crimes he did not commit, Anthony Ray Hinton is now the author of The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row, an Oprah’s Book Club selection. Hinton speaks widely on prison reform, the power of faith,…

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