Already offering educational resources, social services, online classes and COVID-19 resources for the public and small businesses, Cleveland Public Library is now expanding its virtual experience for patrons this summer.
Beginning in June, the Library will resume programming for children and adults to help them with every facet of life. Digital offerings include legal assistance, tutoring, crisis counseling, and career services. Our summer reading program, Summer Lit League, will return with virtual storytimes, activities, and virtual town halls for children and families.
Cleveland Public Library will offer all programs and services by phone or online using videoconferencing software such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Flipgrid.
For more information on program meeting times and registration, visit here.