Cleveland Public Library Helps Seniors Stay Connected through the Holidays

Two people sitting at a table, man and woman, ready to help with computer distribution.

Cleveland Public Library is hosting more than 100 seniors from senior centers and other organizations throughout the city for an afternoon of educational fun and culture at Karamu House on Thursday, December 16, 12:30 P.M. – 4:30 P.M.

The seniors will be treated to a matinee of Black Nativity as well as an introduction to Cleveland Public Library’s programs and services. Library staff will be on hand to help seniors apply for Library cards and sign up for classes. We will hand out new computers to get seniors connected to their loved ones or access digital resources. There will also be a raffle for Christmas baskets.