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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…

Healthy Cleveland

Cleveland Public Library strives to create healthy spaces for adults, children, and families in the city. We offer free access to cookbooks, books about health, medicine, and wellness, in addition to seeds for your garden. Program offerings include healthful lifestyle and mindfulness workshops, grief counseling, trauma services, and classes to teach children self-expression through art.

Healthy Resources

LIBRARY RESOURCES Online Courses We are happy to offer our patrons Gale Courses, an exciting resource that makes it easy for you to take free high-quality courses. Explore healthcare and medical courses for FREE with your library card. Health Databases Whether you’re a medical professional or informed consumer, your Library card gives you access to high quality magazines, journals, and…

Travel

Are you looking for your next adventure? Your Cleveland Public Library card can unlock your next getaway… Passport Services The Main branch of the Library is now an official Passport Acceptance Facility for the U.S. Department of State. Location: Lending Department, Louis Stokes WingHours: Monday – Saturday, 10:00am – 5:00pm To schedule an appointment please contact the Lending Department at…

Jose Antonio Vargas Brings Immigration to the Forefront at Writers & Readers

José Antonio Vargas In 2011, Vargas revealed his life as an undocumented immigrant in an essay published in The New York Times Magazine, and he appeared a year later with other undocumented immigrants on the cover of Time Magazine in connection with a follow-up cover story that he wrote. As the political climate continues to fuel the storms around those…