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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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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Food for Fines

April 1- 30, 2018 Please choose from super six list We will forgive $1.00 in overdue fines for every non-expired, non-perishable food item on the Cleveland Foodbank’s super six list: beef stew, canned soup, canned vegetables, peanut butter, cereal, and tuna fish. The maximum amount of fines forgiven per day during the Food for Fines program is $25.00. The program…

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Cleveland Public Library Embarks on Branch Revitalization Project

Cleveland Public Library is embarking on an ambitious, multiyear capital project to revitalize its neighborhood branch libraries and ensure its facilities are safe, accessible, and positioned to serve the Cleveland community well into the future. “Our 27 branch libraries provide a vital network of library services for our residents throughout Cleveland,” says Felton Thomas, Jr., Executive Director of Cleveland Public…

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