Carole Walencheck and L.P. Coladangelo talk about the benefits of deep reading, and a new book discussion group starting at the Lee Road branch called Original Voices Book Discussion.
Harriet Trammer, author of Racing to Heaven, talks about the upcoming program at the Coventry Village branch called Communicating with Animals.
Julia talks about the upcoming storytelling program, Ghosts of the Civil War: Shades of Blue and Gray, with actor, author, professor, and film critic Mark Dawidziak.
Heights Community Congress is back, and Martha Goble talks about the upcoming program Exploring Diversity through the Perspective of Age. RSVP at 216-321-6775.
Julia and Mary, librarian at the Noble Neighborhood Branch, talk about nursery rhymes and the upcoming program Nursery Rhyme Rampage.
Julia and Allan Mays, author of The Sly-Fanner Murders: The Birth of the Mayfield Road Mob talk about the notorious history of organized crime in Cleveland.
Julia and Constance, branch manager at the Noble Neighborhood branch, talk about the Matchmakers, a group of library staff that recommends books based on what you like best.
Julia talks with Cleveland Play House staff members about their upcoming play How We Got On and the CPH Script Club, where participants explore themes and get an inside look at the play.
This week Julia talks with Louisa Oliver, President of the Friends of the Heights Libraries, about the upcoming Indigenous Peoples Read-In event co-sponsored by the Friends.
Rick Ortmeyer is on the board of trustees for Heights Libraries, which is seeking two new board members. Julia talks with him about his duties on the board, and the importance of libraries in the community.