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Ohio Library for the Blind & Print Disabled

17121 Lake Shore Blvd.Cleveland, Ohio 44110-4006Phone: 216-623-2911Ohio Toll-Free: 800-362-1262Email: olbpd@cpl.orgManager: Will Reed Twitter @OLBPD Hours Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED Services OLBPD Online Catalog OLBPD Newsletter About OLBPD Services Adaptive Technologies Additional Service Resources Apply for Services Book Club and Discussion Braille Awareness and Literacy OHIO-BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) Reading Club for…

Writers & Readers Presents Susan Orlean on Saturday, Nov 10

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…

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…

Democracy 2020 Events

Exercise your civic duty this year by staying engaged with your democracy. We’re inviting the Cleveland community to stay informed about the issues that matter most to them. Northeast Ohio Libraries have launched a region-wide effort to make sure that we’re counted in the census and heard by our elected officials. Join us online and help get the word out!