Future Heights and the Noble branch of Heights Libraries collaborated to offer a driver’s ed class for local refugees.
The Produce Place Market opened its doors in Lyndhurst.
Local author Kathy Ewing talks to us about her upcoming event at Heights Libraries’ Coventry Village Branch.
Dobama Theater’s Artistic Director Nathan Motta talks to us about Dobama’s upcoming show The Baker Street Irregulars and Dobama’s partnership with Heights Libraries.
Heights Arts recently opened its 16th annual Holiday Sale. The sale features unique works from local artists.
The Maltz Museum has an exhibition called Beyond Chicken Soup: Jews and medicine in America.
Coventry Page Supervisor Ben Gulyas tells us about Heights Libraries’ Deaf collection and upcoming event with Deaf actor and comedian CJ Jones.
Heights Christian Church in Shaker Heights is offering a new after school program for teens.
Adult Services Librarian Stephen Sanders tells us about a spooky audiobook from our collection: The Thing on the Doorstep and Other Stories by H.P. Lovecraft.
The City of Shaker Heights is considering closing their municipal health department. Instead, they would rely on the county health department.