PROGRAMS, EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES Collinwood Library
856 East 152nd St, Cleveland, OH 44110--216-623-6934
Manager, Caroline Peak
Take a look at what else we’ve got coming up for you
Kid’s Café Meal Program
In collaboration with the Cleveland Food Bank, Kids Café is being served!
Join us every Thursday for fun crafts and stories!
FREE Tutoring in All subjects:
Grades K – 8--one-on-one and/or group tutoring and homework help offered in partnership with Cleveland State University’s America Reads tutoring services.
Build a Bridge, Build a Spider Web
Yes, they're creepy and they're crawly, but they're also great engineers! Bring out your inner spider and build your own web!
Tuesday, October 29th @ 4:30pm
FREE Diabetes Self-Management
Call Kathy Boysaw, Case Manager at 216-231-7700 Ext 1070 for more information.
Thursdays, September 5th - October 10th from 10a-12p.
What Every Tenant Should Know
Do you rent a home or apartment in the city of Cleveland? Attend this FREE seminar presented by judges, magistrates, specialists, and social workers from the Housing Division of Cleveland Municipal Court.
Learn about your rights and responsibilities as a tenant in Cleveland as well as assistance and resources available through the Cleveland Housing Court, including a new rule that may allow past eviction records to be sealed. **This session is FREE. Light refreshments will be served**
Thursday, October 3, 2019
Registration @ 4:30pm Course: 5:00-7:00pm
Registration is requested/not required. Call 216-664-6927 or email email@example.com for more information or to register.
Caroline J. Peak, known as “Ms. Peak” to many, is a resident of the Collinwood Community for 30 plus years serving as a committed community leader, engager, and volunteer. Ms. Peak is very passionate about improving the quality of life for citizens by giving back to her community. Ms. Peak serves as the Public Service Manager of the Collinwood Branch of Cleveland Public Library and is a Certified Librarian having earned a Master’s Degree from Kent State University. Ms. Peak also served as a True2U Mentor for 8th graders at Memorial School among her activities and engagement in neighborhood block associations, advisory committees, and civic engagement. She has participated in leadership programs, Neighborhood Leadership Institute and Neighborhood Leader Institute and Management Certification at Cleveland Public Library to support her service as an Executive Committee member of CHN Housing Partners, organizations that are devoted to the mission of improving the quality of life in neighborhoods. She was recently selected to serve on the Bond Accountability Commission as Secretary of the Cleveland Municipal School District and a member of the Health Impact Committee for United Way and a steering member of HIP--Cuyahoga --Health Improvement Partnership to help build healthy communities. She is the 2018 recipient of Resident of the Year for Ward 8-District 5 for the City of Cleveland.