In honor of National Poetry Month, Youth Services Associate Colin Marshall shares tips on writing Black Out Poetry, a mode of composition which combines poetry and art. Teens are invited to join him at the Lee Road branch on April 18th for a special Black Out Poetry program using discarded books.
Community Engagement Associate Isabelle Rew delves into the history of National Library Week, and talks about what Heights Libraries has in store to celebrate this year’s National Library Week theme: Strong Communities, starting April 7.
Bill Morgan, artistic manager for Sign Stage through the Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center, describes a series of American Sign Language classes he’ll be teaching this spring at the Heights Libraries’ Coventry Branch.
Dr. Deborah Fleming describes the inspiration behind her new book, The Resurrection of the Wild: Meditations on Ohio’s Natural Landscape, which she will be presenting at Heights Libraries’ Coventry Branch on April 3.
ASL Professor and advocate for the Deaf Dr. Jean Mosley Hall discusses her new book, Paris in America: A Deaf Nanticoke Shoemaker and His Daughter, which she will be presenting at the Coventry Branch on March 18.
Heights Libraries’ Technology Trainer Alyse Giannotti shares some tips for job-seekers in advance of her upcoming employment program at the Lee Road branch.
This week’s episode is called Brilliant Jerks featuring Jim Schleckser, best selling author & speaker where we discuss talented workers who have social short-comings and how to manage them both as co-workers and as supervisors.
Heights Libraries’ Communications Manager Sheryl Banks describes some surprising feedback from a recent survey, and explains why surveys help libraries to better serve the community.
Special Projects Manager Maggie Kinney describes a series of behavioral health trainings the library will offer to the public in April and May.
Youth Services Associate Shamekia Chandler discusses the importance of diversity in children’s literature and makes some picture book recommendations.