November is National Picture Book Month! Our staff have been celebrating by sharing some personal favorites. Check out our suggestions below– you can put them […]
Travel the world and solve crimes from the comfort of your couch!
Whether we like it or not, as Ohioians, we all know that winter is here to stay. So why not spend some of those cold […]
Microsoft Office 2013 – What’s New?
In January 2015 the Heights Libraries Training Department will begin teaching Microsoft Office 2013 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher) classes. Microsoft Office 2010 classes will […]
This Friday: Lee Road Movie Night
Please join us this Friday evening at Lee Road (in the meeting rooms) for Lee Road Movie Night! At 6:30 pm we will be showing […]
Bird Box kinda snuck up on me. I heard about it when the Goodreads horror reading group voted to make it book of the month. […]
Not Your Grandparents Classical Music
Don’t get me wrong, I think traditional classical music is amazing. The famous composers as well as the orchestras, symphonies, and soloists who have performed […]
Strange New Things
Peter is a former addict turned pastor who has been chosen in a highly selective process to serve as pastor to the natives of the […]
Celebrating Native American Heritage Month
This month, delve into Native American history, tradition, lore, and fiction with your kids. Talk with them about the history of our country and its people– […]
Issue 5 Library Levy Passes in Cleveland Heights-University Heights
Yesterday Cleveland Heights-University Heights citizens passed Issue 5, Heights Libraries’ operating levy, with 67 percent of voters supporting the levy. “We are so very grateful […]