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TechCentral Robotics Camps Starts June 10, Registration Now Open

Prepare for launch! Sphero Robots are blasting off at a location near you! Learn to control the robots using principles of block coding. Open to girls and boys entering grades 3 through 8. Robotics Camp is offered free of charge, but space is limited to 12 students and registration is required. Registration opens four weeks before the first date of…

NLS Braille eReader Support

The National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (NLS) is providing Humanware braille eReaders to OLBPD patrons using braille reading materials. The NLS braille eReader by Humanware has a 20-cell braille display, eight-key Perkins-style keyboard, and can download electronic braille through BARD or transfer from cartridges sent through the mail. If you are a braille reader and interested…

Apollo’s Fire

Papa Bach and His Kids: The World’s Most Amazing Musical Family A FREE family concert for ages 6 to 96 presented by Apollo’s Fire, Cleveland’s own internationally acclaimed Baroque orchestra. Warning: audience members might learn to sing a fugue theme, dance the Menuet, or play a ground bass at the harpsichord! Apollo’s Fire Family Concerts spark learners of all ages…

In Memory of Andrew A. Venable, Jr.

We are saddened to share the news of the passing of our former Director, Andrew A. Venable, Jr. Mr. Venable became the 13th and first African American Director of the Cleveland Public Library (CPL) beginning in 1999 until his retirement in 2008. The impact of his leadership, commitment to public service, and legacy of his vision remains strongly imprinted on…

From Bridges to Belief: Four Events to Focus on Cleveland History

Historical Bridges of Cleveland: Analyzing the Technical and Social Impact on the City (black and white image of a moveable bridge in the upward/open position)

Bridges, photographs, a historic exposition, and decline and renewal are all part of Cleveland’s history—and they also serve as the focus of four upcoming educational events held at Cleveland Public Library. This series of events will take place in the Library’s downtown Main Library campus from late October through December. First, on October 28, historical bridge researchers and engineers Bill…

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Support the Cleveland Public Library today! Please consider making a gift to the Cleveland Public Library through our nonprofit partner, Cleveland Public Library Foundation (formerly the Friends of the Cleveland Public Library). Each year, The Cleveland Public Library Foundation provides vital support to the Library for both ongoing and special projects, including Summer Reading Club, Legal Aid clinics, and special…