Librarian John Piche has started an ESL Conversation Club for customers who want to practice their English conversational skills.
Coventry Library’s Suzanne Wilkins explains how a seed library works, and why seed banks are important.
This week on Biblio Radio, librarian Jackie Mayse tells us about an exciting new lending service that allows you to check out the internet for free.
This week on Biblio Radio, L.P. Coladangelo talks with us about adult summer reading at the Heights Libraries and encourages us to attend one of several summer reading events.
Communications Coordinator and Biblio Radio host Kara Whaley discusses the public Art Gallery at the Heights Library at Lee Road.
Branch Manager Sara Phillips shares information about Heights Libraries’ new designation as a Safe Place, and how that impacts the library.
Youth Services Associate Chris Fries discusses the children’s summer reading program.
Bookmobile manager Sara Phillips invites the community to Meet the Bookmobile in celebration of national bookmobile day at the Heights Library.
Local history librarian Amia Wheatley discusses the importance of oral histories and an ongoing project at the Noble branch in celebration of preservation month.
Adult Services Associate L.P. Coladangelo fills us in about the library’s special spring program series, Play Ball.