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Glenville

11900 St. Clair AvenueCleveland, OH 44108Phone: 216-623-6983Email: Glenville.Branch@cpl.orgManager: Sharon Jefferson Hours About The Glenville Branch is located in the heart of the Glenville community. Glenville offers free wifi and public computers with Internet access. Printing, copying, scanning, and faxing services are available for a fee. History & Architecture The first site for Glenville Branch opened in 1909 as a sub-branch in…

Comics-Making Workshops hosted by Rising Star Coffee

Comics-Making Workshops hosted by Rising Star Coffee Learn from comics pros how to create your own comics or refine your sequential art skills – all while enjoying free Rising Star coffee! For participants of all ages and skill levels. Two Saturdays in August! Rising Star Coffee Roastery (at the Hildebrant Bldg) 3617 Walton Ave. Cleveland, OH 44113 Making Comics with…

Learning at Cleveland Public Library: Then and Now

Learning knows no limit at Cleveland Public Library. From computer classes to robotics camps, creative writing workshops, GED prep, ESOL instruction, book clubs, craft classes, story hours, comic-making workshops, papermaking and bookbinding classes, knitting circles, and eSports forums—not to mention online resources like Rosetta Stone, Gale Courses, and Lynda.com—adults and children alike have access to a wide variety of educational…

Board Approves Recommended Design Firms for Initial Branch Renovations

On August 29, the Cleveland Public Library Board of Trustees voted to approve recommendations for the design firms selected to enter into negotiations to renovate or rebuild five branch libraries: Hough, Jefferson, Walz, West Park, and Woodland. This development marks an early and significant step in the Library’s ambitious Facilities Master Plan, which sets out to evaluate and transform every…

Octavofest 2018

Join us in celebrating our region’s active arts community of book and paper innovators and our magnificent library and museum collections of fine and rare books. Learn from artists and book lovers about Northeast Ohio’s rich resources and the exciting world of contemporary book and paper arts. All programs are free and open to the public. Visit octavofest.com for more…

Cuyahoga County Cities, Organizations Join Forces to Encourage Reading and Dialogue about Issues Affecting Our Society

What happens when nine public library systems, Playhouse Square and The City Club of Cleveland get together? One Community Reads. It’s a Cuyahoga County-wide initiative to encourage reading and cultivate dialogue about social issues affecting our communities. One Community Reads kicks off Monday, January 20 and runs through May 2020. This year’s book is Palaces for the People: How Social Infrastructure Can…