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Jefferson Branch is Now Open

Jefferson Branch of the Cleveland Public Library

Cleveland Public Library is pleased to announce that library services at Jefferson Branch will resume when it reopens to the public on Wednesday, August 6, 2018. Jefferson Branch closed for repairs on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, as part of a larger capital improvement project, which will help ensure Cleveland Public Library can best serve community members well into the future.…

Gabrielle Murray

A Lakewood High School graduate, Gabby Murray has been a member of the Cleveland Print Room Teen Institute since 2017. An aspiring librarian and photographer, she works at the Clark-Fulton branch of the Cleveland Public Library and attends Cuyahoga Community College as a photography student. An excellent student and gifted photographer, Murray has been recognized with many awards for her…

Locations

Main Library (Downtown)Public Administration Library (City Hall)AddisonBrooklynCarnegie WestCollinwoodEast 131st Street Eastman (Temporarily Closed)FleetFultonGarden ValleyGlenvilleHarvard-LeeHoughJefferson (Temporarily Closed)Langston HughesLorain (Temporarily Closed)Martin L. King, Jr.Memorial-NottinghamMt. PleasantOhio Library for the Blind & Print DisabledRiceRockport (Best Buy Teen Tech Center)SouthSouth BrooklynSterlingUnionWalzWest Park (Temporarily Closed)Woodland (Temporarily Closed)

Author Visit Roshani Chokshi

Summer Lit League Author Visit Cleveland Public Library welcomes New York Times bestselling author Roshani Chokshi to Main Library on Wednesday, July 18, at 10:30 a.m. Chokshi will discuss her middle-grade debut, Aru Shah and the End of Time. This fantasy novel stars 12-year-old Aru, who accidentally brings Hindu mythology to life after lighting an ancient lamp. Aru Shah and…

The Library Steps Up Cleaning and Safety Measures to Protect Patrons and Staff from the Coronavirus

Cleveland Public Library is taking precautions to protect its employees and patrons against COVID-19 known as Coronavirus. In response to concerns about the spread of this respiratory disease, the Library’s Facilities Management Department has increased the frequency of cleaning in high traffic areas and “high-touch” surfaces and objects such as computers, door handles, and elevator buttons. Care kits are being…