Fall into Exciting Programs at the Collinwood Library!
Fall into Exciting Programs at Collinwood Library!
Collinwood Branch Library
856 East 152nd St, Cleveland, OH 44110
In collaboration with the Cleveland Food Bank, Kids’ Café is now back in action!
Monday – Friday
FREE Tutoring in All subjects: Grades K – 8
Free one-on-one and/or group tutoring and homework help offered in partnership with Cleveland State University’s America Reads tutoring services.
Monday – Thursday
3:00pm – 6:00pm
Dia de los Muertos Celebration
Celebrate the Day of the Dead with face painting and crafting papel picado banners while you learn about this cultural event.
Thursday, November 2nd
Cleveland Museum of Art-In Your Neighborhood
The Cleveland Museum of Art is coming to the Collinwood Library to make art with you! We will be exploring peace while you get to create a scroll! At the end of the program your scroll will be displayed at the Cleveland Museum of Art on MLK day and you will also receive a free art kit!
Thursdays, November 9th, 30th, & December 14th
Free Computer Classes
*Subject to be announced*
Fridays, November 3rd, 10th, 17th, & 24th
Collinwood Branch Highlights!
1 Collinwood—1 Community “Keeping On Track for All”
Collinwood Community Conversation
Caroline Peak, Manager-CPL-Collinwood Branch
On Wednesday, October 25th from 11:00am-1:00pm, at the Collinwood Library in collaboration with the Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio hosted its first 1 Collinwood-1 Community “Keeping On Track for All” Community Conversation. Twenty three community members, including six students from Collinwood New Tech Academy, discussed three questions:
- 1. What can we do to make this community and the library a “destination”?
- 2. What can we do to build a community that is equitable and inclusive?
- 3. What can we do to have young people appreciate and stay in the neighborhood?
During the conversation many participants, including Councilman Polensek and County Council Member, Yvonne Conwell, Camille Maxwell, ED of NSDC and others listened and shared ideas and point of views. How to make both neighborhoods ONE and ways to inform citizens of county and/or community resources and programs , make the library bigger, share resources and make our community more youth friendly were just a few of the feedback given. “This is a great start and I would like to have more of these kinds of conversations”, stated Peggy Kearsy from the 5 Points Community Center. This event was followed by a special art exhibit from students in Mr. Dean Bryson’s science class displayed by Amy Callahan, ED of Waterloo Arts. Manager, Caroline Peak expressed thanks and gratitude to the group for their willingness to help build better communities collectively for ALL.
Cleveland Public Library, Collinwood Branch