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GED/ESOL/Citizenship Classes

In partnership with the Tri-C GED Consortium and L.E.A.D., Institute, GED and ESOL classes are offered at selected Cleveland Public Library Branches and Main Library. Find more information and register for classes. Aspire Cuyahoga County and your local library systems want to make it easier than ever before to access benefits resources while connecting with education and workforce development programs…

CELEBRATE NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK WITH US!

Connect to arts, culture, and your neighborhood branch at Cleveland Public Library during National Library Week, April 4 – 9. “Cleveland Public Library is a cornerstone of the community,” said Felton Thomas, Jr., Executive Director and CEO of Cleveland Public Library. “From food and job support to legal help and skill-building classes, the Library is helping people connect to vital…

Sports Research Center

The best of Cleveland sports history all in one convenient location More than 25,000 books, magazines and primary research materials, including archival photos, scrapbooks, autographs, clippings, oral history recordings, correspondence and more Free and open to the public year-round Main Library, Louis Stokes Wing, 5th Floor Contact Sarah Dobransky with questions about the Sports Research Center. Browse a portion of…

Writers & Readers: Susan Orlean

Susan Orlean The author of Saturday Night, The Bullfighter Checks Her Makeup, Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend, and The Orchid Thief (which became an Academy Award-winning film), describes her Cleveland childhood as “happy and uneventful…back when the Indians were still a lousy team.” Studying literature and history, she dreamt of writing long stories about interesting things but…

Cleveland 20/20: Photography Exhibition

Photography is understood to capture the world as we know it, or at least, as the photographer knows it. Since its invention in the 19th century, societal institutions—governments, scientific bodies, and libraries—have used photography to preserve and catalog people, places, events, and more. A marriage of art and science, photography is a pluralistic, democratic art that produces images in a…