Local history librarian Amia Wheatley discusses the importance of oral histories and an ongoing project at the Noble branch in celebration of preservation month.
Adult Services Associate L.P. Coladangelo fills us in about the library’s special spring program series, Play Ball.
Carole Wallenecheck and L.P. Coladangelo discuss the importance of story time for adults, and share information about the Heights Library Short Story Reading Club.
Jenny Green discusses the program she began over six years ago, the Lee Road Knitting Night at the Heights Library.
Heights Libraries’ John Piche describes one of the programs available for people who are unable to physically visit the branches.
Librarian Andrea Lynn fills us in on the library’s Matchmaker service, for hooking up customers with their next great book, movie, or CD.
Adult Services Associate L.P. Colandangelo shares his enthusiasm for the upcoming African American Read-In at Heights Libraries.
Heights Libraries Jessica Markowitz describes the programs she helps run that assist immigrants and refugees who live near the Noble branch.
Akeem Rollins from the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland talks about the teen program Prevention Warriors.
Circulation Manager Ty Emerson explains how the library’s new loan policies will improve access for all.