Library Blog

Summer Reading 2016

Summer Reading sign-up begins May 1, 2016. We are asking that participants read at least 20 minutes a day, experience something new, explore nature & stay active during the summer. Reading journals can be picked up at the Summer Reading Kick-off on June 4th at 2pm, at the Children’s Desk or during the “Hands-on” sessions […]

Reader Zone: optional summer reading tracker for children

We are committed to helping every child become a proficient reader and stimulating interest in books.  A child who reads at grade level is prepared to experience success throughout his or her academic career. This year we are offering a goal-based option to our reading program. We’re excited to begin using Reader Zone, an internet-based system with […]

Summer BOGO Book Fair

Start your summer adventures by adding a few new books to your at home collection during our Buy One, Get One Book Fair. There will be new titles as well as old favorites. Stop in and check out the special deals. The first 2 customers of each day will receive a free poster. The Summer […]

Local Author Coming to the Library

Local author Linda Riesenberg Fisler will be joining us at the library on Friday May 20th.  Beginning at 10 a.m. she will be reviewing her book Blind Influence at the monthly Book & Coffee event sponsored by our Friends of the Library Association (FOLA). Blind Influence is the first novel for the author, a former Fortune 500 consumer products manager […]

Mother Daughter Tea Party 2016

Join us for a wonderful afternoon, Saturday, May 7 at 4pm, with a group lovely ladies. Reservations are required and is limited to “one adult” per household (this is to allow more young ladies to attend). There is a refundable $5 per family deposit due when reservations are made, therefore, reservations must be made in […]

April Teen Activities

Please note, the library will be closed on Friday, April 29 for staff development. Here’s what we have happening in the Teen Zone this month: Monday, 4 4:30-5:30 – TAG will be planning upcoming activities for the summer reading program! This year’s theme for teens is “Get in the Game: Read” and we are excited to incorporate traditional […]

National Pet Month, May 2016

We will be celebrating National Pet Month during the month of May with a month-long exhibit of pet-inspired art in the downstairs and upstairs galleries. Requirements: Submissions will be accepted from Friday, April 1 to Wednesday, April 27. Paintings, drawings, sketches or photos will be accepted Each submission must be framed Each frame must be fitted […]

Library Corner

The library is closed today in observance of the Easter holiday.  Get outside and enjoy the beautiful spring air. The library will be hosting a series of RAD classes beginning this Saturday.  The Cleveland Police Department is graciously funding and teaching this 12-hour class to any female 13 years and older.  There will be four, […]

Library Corner

The library is closed this Friday in observance of Good Friday and next Sunday for Easter.   Today at 1:30 p.m. don’t miss the screening of Goosebumps, Rated PG.  Join in on this fun way to experience all the creatures R.L.Stine has created over his many years of writing. Monday and Tuesday at 10 a.m. […]

Chattanooga Symphony and Opera String Ensemble

Join us on Wednesday, March 30 at 4:30pm, as we ‘spring’ into the season with the amazing CSO String Ensemble; fun and entertainment for the whole family.