Youth Services Associate Shamekia Chandler discusses the importance of diversity in children’s literature and makes some picture book recommendations.
Youth Services Librarian Charlotte Blasier talks about Anansi the Spider, who’ll be starring in an upcoming African and Caribbean folktale-inspired puppet show.
Continuing Education Manager Heather Howiler talks about Lynda.com, a free online learning service which is free for Heights Libraries cardholders.
Local artist Kathryn Akucewich talks to us about her art show, ”The Ordinary and the Sacred”, currently on display at the Heights Libraries’ art gallery.
Heights Library’s Coventry Branch Manager Pat Gray describes an upcoming program series exploring suicide awareness and prevention, and talks about why this issue is more relevant now than ever.
Heights Libraries Deputy Director Kim DeNero-Ackroyd highlights how the library can help make 2019 a better year for everyone.
Heights Libraries has a new technology podcast, Library Binary.
Heights Library’s Director Nancy Levin fills us in the on Coventry PEACE Park Survey results.
FRIENDS of Heights Libraries president Ketti Finnerman explains how the group supports the library’s more uncommon services and programs.
Communications Manager Sheryl Banks explains the library’s new oral history project, In My Day, that lets everyone share their memories of and experiences in the Heights.