Julia and 3rd grade teacher Olivia Sonnefeld talk about Thunder Cake by Patricia Polacco, and the activities you can do with your children at home.
Have you ever read a book, and then watched the movie version only to be disappointed? You’re not alone. Film critic Robert Horton will lead a talk about why we’re so protective of our favorite books, and how film adaptations can show us a whole new side of a story.
The demolition permit to demolish four homes on Cedar Road and Fenway Drive, located next to the Cedar-Green Shopping Center, was was recently passed by University Heights city council with intent to make way for a potential new business
Heights Libraries offers free delivery of library materials to permanently or temporarily home-bound community members. Ellen Paulini talks about how that service works.
Amy Rosenbluth from Lake Erie Ink talks about the Teen Poetry Slam, and why it is a unique experience for both teens and the audience.
From Jan. 16 to Feb. 28, Heights Arts (located at 2175 Lee Road) will be displaying the “Light Snow” exhibition.
STEAM Saturday at Noble taps into the new curriculum concept that many local schools are exploring. Kid Engineering does the same, with building projects for kids grades 1-5.
Julia and Carole talk about March by Geraldine Brooks, a book based on the absent father from Little Women. Carole will lead the Original Voices Book Club in discuss the book.
This week seven Heights Libraries staff members talk about the best books they read in 2014.
Julia and Amy, a librarian at Lee Road, talk about reading books based on your travel plans. Amy enhanced her travels in Paris by reading How Paris Became Paris by Joan DeJean, and The Hotel on Place Vendome by Tilar J. Mazzeo.