Local artist Carrie Williams talks about set painting, rainbow vomit, and how to achieve your artistic goals.
Coventry Branch manager Pat Gray invites volunteers to help plant flowers and clean up the Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Park on Saturday, September 28.
Adult Services Librarian John Piche talks about his upcoming discussion group featuring The New York Times Magazine, 1619 Project.
Library Tech Trainer Alyse Giannotti talks fake news in advance of her new Tech Talk, “How to Spot Fake News”.
Youth Services Associate Steve Eigsti introduces a new teen program at Coventry: The Homeschool Geo Group.
Communications Manager Sheryl Banks walks us through the history of National Library Card Sign-Up Month.
Local History Librarian Jessica Robinson discusses the wild world of DNA testing.
Local artist Michael Watson talks about his background as a visual artist. His art is on display in Heights Libraries’ gallery on Lee Road through the end of August.
Local History Librarian Jessica Robinson offers some tips for recording oral histories, and talks about her upcoming library program, “Preserving Your Family History.”
Adult Services Associate Kate Atherton describes what visitors can look forward to on July 20 for the fifth annual Pekar Park Comic Book Fest.