What’s Happening in Ohio’s Public Libraries…
[UPDATE: Sept. 20, 2019]
Cleveland Public Library hosted Gold Star father, lawyer, and author Khizr Khan during Global Cleveland’s National Welcoming Week for immigrants.
Senate President Larry Obhof visited the Medina County District Library to celebrate Library Card Sign-up Month.
Shaker Heights Public Library has launched a job search service that features live online coaches who assist in resume and cover letter preparation and help job seekers prepare for interviews.
Toledo Lucas County Public Library is presenting a new six-week program designed to help parents, caregivers and children prepare for the Third Grade Reading Guarantee testing.
Cuyahoga Falls Library is partnering with Ballet in the City on a dance-infused storytime that connects literacy and dance. To commemorate the successful “Books to Ballet” program and ongoing relationship, Ballet in the City is gifting a rare, signed print of prima ballerina Ashley Bouder to the library.
Geauga County Public Library has become a Funding Information Network Partner by providing access to the Foundation Directory Online and Grants to Individuals databases. Non-profits and small business can search the databases to access grants and other funding opportunities.
Mentor Public Library will be hosting a “Month of Mystery” throughout October with mystery and true-crime authors speaking at the library.
Cuyahoga County Public Library will host a panel discussion on aging with resources and options for caregivers and their loved ones.
Dover Public Library is now circulating mobile WiFi hotspots.
Kent Free Library is offering an open guitar lesson (for all levels and abilities) with musician and educator Dale Galgozy.
The Friends of the Piqua Public Library received a grant from the Piqua Community Foundation for its free health clinic.
The Public library of Steubenville and Jefferson County is hosting a monthly “A Stitch in Time” program for people who knit, crochet, needlepoint or sew.
The Wagnalls Foundation has launched a fundraising campaign to repair and restore the 94-year-old Wagnalls Memorial Library in Lithopolis.