Irene Shaland, author of The Dao of Being Jewish and other Stories discusses Jewish communities around the world, and her upcoming program at Coventry on October 20th, Face-to-Face with Africa.
Julia talks with Linda Lopez, President of the Friends of the Heights Libraries about the upcoming Indigenous People’s Read-In and all that the Friends do to support the library.
Mary Dunbar of Heights Bicycle Coalition talks about an upcoming historical program and bike tour called Cycle Through Time.
Jake Fader discusses “Romeo is Bleeding,” a documentary film that will be shown free at the Cedar Lee Theater on September 26.
Beth Hatch discusses On the Same Page, the library’s community-wide read, focused on Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights school district is offering free breakfasts and lunches to all students this school year through the 2020-2021 academic year. I talked with Superintendent Dr. Talisa L. Dixon to learn more about the program.
Eric Joseph and Eva Grudin hadn’t spoken since high school… 50 years later an email reignites a long lost love, and sparks a novel. Hear the authors speak at Coventry on Tuesday, September 13th at 7 p.m.
Hear about Les Roberts’ latest mystery, Speaking of Murder, set in downtown Cleveland, and see him speak at Coventry on Wednesday, September 7th at 7 p.m.
Sheryl Banks shares that the library will be forgiving fines those under 18 during the month of September, Library Card Sign-Up Month.
L.P. Coladangelo talks about the Science and Nature Study group celebrating the library and the National Park Services’ centennials.