Robin Pease of Kulture Kids talks about the upcoming performance program she’ll be leading for children and families called Talk-Talk-Talk.
On this edition of Biblio Radio, Julia and local history librarian Amia Wheatly talk about Brooklyn by Colm Toibin.
Julia and author Michael Clune discuss his most recent book, Gamelife, which will be the topic of an author talk at the Noble Neighborhood branch on Monday, July 11 at 7 p.m.
Lee Gambol at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History talks about an upcoming program on the story of Balto at the University Heights branch.
Julia and Beth talk about summer volunteer opportunities and riding the Book Bike.
Julia and Jessica at Noble talk about the film screening of The Refugees of Shangri-La, which tells the stories of Nepali Bhutanese refugees to America.
Summer reading is here! Listen to learn about the program for readers ages 0-100.
Julia and Staff Training Manager Heather Howlier talk about newly free access to Lynda Library, an online learning platform.
Julia and Beth talk about the library’s strategic plan and how you can contribute by voicing your opinion.
Julia talks about Silent in Sixteen, and what Charlie Chaplin was doing 100 years ago.