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"Young Ones": A New Form Of Cinema That Seems As Old As The Hills

It is not a stretch to say that Jake Paltrow’s 2014 film "Young Ones" is not the film you are expecting—no matter what you expect. The premise sounds surprisingly simple: set in a future where a near worldwide drought has made water the most valued commodity on the planet, a father attempts to hang onto his old way of life while protecting his admiring son and dreamer daughter. Simple enough? Not even close.

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Volume 11, Issue 25, Posted 2:24 PM, 12.08.2015

Best Of The Grimm Brothers At Lakewood Library

My aunt’s visits to our home always warmed my heart when I was a child. She came prepared with many stories that took me to a different world. Whether “it was a quiet morning” or “a dark and spooky night,” she never hesitated to describe the climate of the tale. Many of the stories she’d memorized and recited to me were from the Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales. These stories were amazing, but what truly brought them to life was her narration.

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Volume 11, Issue 25, Posted 2:24 PM, 12.08.2015

Winter Break Youth Programs

Winter break is just about here, and The Library has plenty to keep your kids busy while they’re out of school! Check out the calendar of events here, in our program guide, or on our website (lakewoodpubliclibrary.org) to see specific dates and times. Registration required for all programs below except the movie, which is drop-in and open to the public. Register in person, online, or by calling (216) 226-8275 ext. 140.

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Volume 11, Issue 25, Posted 2:24 PM, 12.08.2015

Ernie Krivda Performs December 20 At Lakewood Public Library

Hailed as one of the world’s best tenor saxophonists, the celebrated musician Ernie Krivda is returning to Lakewood Public Library for a solo performance on Sunday, December 20. The concert starts at 2 p.m. in the First Floor Multipurpose Room.

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Volume 11, Issue 25, Posted 2:24 PM, 12.08.2015

Upcycling: From Rags To Riches Repurpose Something Old To Use in the New Year!

Christmas is coming and the kids will soon be off for the holidays. After the excitement of the big day, you may need an activity to keep them busy during winter break. Bring them to the library for some upcycling fun! Students in third through eighth grade will enjoy turning an old t-shirt into a strand necklace, infinity scarf or tote bag. Get them ready for the cold weather as they transform an old sweater into a slouch beanie with matching mittens. Children will discover how to do this and more at the Upcycling: From Rags to Riches program on Tuesday, December 29 from 2:30 to 5 p.m. in the Main Library Multipurpose Room.

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Volume 11, Issue 25, Posted 2:24 PM, 12.08.2015

Strokes Of Genius Comes To A Close

The Fall session of Strokes of Genius at the Lakewood Public Library came to a close in November as participating second, third, and fourth graders proudly showcased their talent at an art show for family and friends. Each week students learned about the life and work of a different artist and then completed an art project in the style of that artist. Artwork created by Henri Matisse, Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Rembrandt van Rijn, Piet Mondrian, and Pablo Picasso provided the inspiration for the students’ creative efforts. Cut paper, oil pastels, watercolor paints, colored pencils, crayons, and markers were the art mediums used. Each participant took home their creative work, a certificate, and a purple ribbon.

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Volume 11, Issue 24, Posted 3:38 PM, 11.24.2015

Terrific Technology For Kids: STEM Programs at the Library

Jr. Video Game Creation
For students in first through third grade
Tuesday, December 1, 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. in the Main Library Multipurpose Room.
Aspiring video game designers or just anyone who wants to learn more about programming will not want to miss this workshop! Get started making your own video games with Scratch, a free visual programming language from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Labs that you can use at home long after the class is over. Scratch is a great program for all ages, and is especially easy for young kids to learn with a little instruction and a lot of hands-on time. You’ll be making your first video game in no time! Computers are provided by us, but please bring a flash drive to save your game so you can continue creating at home or just show off to your friends.

Intro to Arduino
For students in fourth through eighth grade
Wednesday, December 2, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the Main Library Multipurpose Room.
If you have ever wanted to create a device to control the world around you, now you can – for free – at the Library!  Learn how to program an Arduino® microcontroller, create circuits and use a breadboard in this introductory class. Arduino® hardware can be easily programmed to make robots, motion detectors, light displays, programmable clothes, bubble machines, and remote controlled vehicle (just to name a few)! All materials will be provided for this workshop.

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Volume 11, Issue 24, Posted 3:38 PM, 11.24.2015

Holiday Bag Of Books Sale

Picture this, the snow is falling outside in big fluffy flakes, a glance at the ground shows that it has clearly been snowing all night, and florescent white reflects brightly outside, looking picturesque as a postcard. The only thing that could complete this perfect scene is a good book and something warm to drink as you swim lazily through the pages of a captivating mystery, or a breezy comedy.

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Volume 11, Issue 24, Posted 3:38 PM, 11.24.2015

Particle Physics, Backaches And The Theory Of Evolution

How did we begin? This question has engaged thinkers for as long as human consciousness has existed. Lakewood Public Library is offering a chance to contemplate the science of origins on three successive Thursdays in December, beginning on December 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium.

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Volume 11, Issue 24, Posted 3:38 PM, 11.24.2015

"Alice" Is 150

"Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland" (commonly shortened to "Alice in Wonderland") was published on November 26, 1865. Written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, this imaginative story continues to excite young readers. The 150th Anniversary is the perfect occasion to celebrate a brilliant book. Lakewood Public Library invites children to participate in an “Alice in Wonderland Picture Search.” Young patrons can hunt the Children’s and Youth Services area to find copies of original illustrations from the book. When they find all ten pictures, their names will be entered into a drawing to win a prize! The fun continues throughout the month of November. Come to the Children’s desk at the Lakewood Public Library to get an entry slip and begin your quest. It’s fun and easy!

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Volume 11, Issue 23, Posted 4:01 PM, 11.10.2015

Ralph Hutchison Brings The Words Of Homer To Lakewood Public Library

As Book I of Homer’s "The Odyssey" begins, Odysseus is being held captive after failing to return home from the Trojan War. Penelope, his ever-patient wife, awaits his return in a palace overrun with suitors. With vengeful gods, invocations to muses, bloodshed, and disasters, "The Odyssey"is filled with adventure and mayhem.

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Volume 11, Issue 23, Posted 4:01 PM, 11.10.2015

Saturday Night Cinema At Lakewood Public Library

Terry Meehan wants to take you to the movies. As a popular film host at Lakewood Public Library, he always chooses great titles, educates with anecdotes and rare clips or documentaries and finishes with a lively audience discussion.

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Volume 11, Issue 23, Posted 4:01 PM, 11.10.2015

LPL Calendar Of Events compiled by Elaine Rosenberger

Saturday, November 14
"Hour of the Gun" (1967) Directed by John Sturges

In 1957, Sturges made "Gunfight at the O.K. Corral," starring Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas as Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. It was very popular with audiences but took a few liberties with history. This time around Sturges wanted to stick closer to the facts in his portrayal of the famous gunfight and its aftermath. The result? Much lower box office figures. Terry Meehan continues his series, “Westerns of the Sixties,” introducing each film with rare clips and original documentaries, followed by audience reaction and a lively discussion. Tonight’s program includes a special guest, novelist Mary Doria Russell, who has written two books on Holliday and Earp. In "Doc" she creates a portrait of Holliday that is more compelling than what has been seen in any movie. In "Epitaph," she explores the famous gunfight itself and the events that followed. Both books will be available for sale and signing.
6:00 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium

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Volume 11, Issue 23, Posted 4:01 PM, 11.10.2015

A Dog-Gone Good Show

Close your eyes and imagine a show that combines animals and magic. Now open your eyes and bring your kids to a fascinating program starring magician Jim Kleefled at the Lakewood Public Library. Children and their parents will meet many vibrant characters, each with a fun and friendly attitude. Your family is sure to enjoy this bright colorful act full of magic tricks and routines about animals.  

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Volume 11, Issue 23, Posted 4:01 PM, 11.10.2015

Art Club For Teens Winter Session Starts

Are you a teen artist? Do you like to draw, paint, sculpt or do mixed media pieces? Maybe you’d like to meet some other teen artists like you, or possibly nothing like you. Sketchbook Club at Lakewood Public Library is a group for artists of all skill levels in the 9th-12th grades. This is a relaxed meetup group where every week there will be a group exercise available exploring different types of drawing and other artmaking, or, you can come with your own sketchbook to work on your own drawings. Bring any art project you are working on to the club and get some perspective or critique from your peers and the club leader. You can even start something new at Sketchbook--all kinds of supplies and materials will be available for you to use. You can do what you choose! We are looking for teen artists of any kind to join us for this fun and open group so register now and let’s make some art together!

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Volume 11, Issue 23, Posted 4:01 PM, 11.10.2015

LPL Calendar Of Events compiled by Elaine Rosenberger

Thursday, October 29
Meet the Author: "On Liberty Street" by Margaret Ford-Taylor
Filled with subtle wisdom and simple humor, this often hilarious debut novel from the former director of Karamu House is a fun ride, following a year in the life of Ardelia Rose Watson Cunningham through her private correspondence. To this septuagenarian grandmother of four, every inch of life is important. With her letters—to Malachi, an eight-year-old African pen pal, to neighbors and friends of long and intimate standing, to judges and CEO’s of major corporations and other strangers—she collects relationships and dissects and directs events. To know her is to love her. Unless, of course, your name is Lilah Pitts. Margaret Ford-Taylor is a celebrated playwright, actress, and author. (You might remember her as Aunt Eda in Denzel Washington’s Antwone Fisher). Books will be available for sale and signing at the event.
7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium

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Volume 11, Issue 22, Posted 2:57 PM, 10.27.2015

From T-Shirt To Bag Without Sewing A Stitch!

Hey teens! What do you do with your old t-shirts that no longer fit? What about the one that mom has deemed “unwearable” simply because the bottom or sleeves are tattered and torn? You think that lends it character, but no matter how much you argue mom wants that shirt in the rag bag.

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Volume 11, Issue 22, Posted 2:57 PM, 10.27.2015

WordStage Performs Killer Verse: Poems Of Murder And Mayhem

If you don’t get enough spine-tingling creepiness this Halloween, join us on Sunday, November 8 for our Sunday With The Friends program at Lakewood Public Library as we welcome WordStage for a Chamber Music Theater performance inspired by the anthology Killer Verse: Poems of Murder and Mayhem edited by Harold Schechter and Kurt Brown.

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Volume 11, Issue 22, Posted 2:57 PM, 10.27.2015

A Free Case Western Reserve course at LPL: The Return of Religion and Science with Michael Miller, Ph.D.

Is it necessary to choose between Religion and Science? Can a thinking person appreciate both or are they mutually exclusive? 

Few topics evoke so much emotion and carry such significance in our modern age as the seeming battle between Religion and Science.  Lakewood Public Library is hosting a free and open course from The Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program at Case Western Reserve University that breaks the topic down into four talks being held every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in October 2015.  Michael Miller, Ph.D. will be leading the following discussions:

God’s Existence: Arguments for and Against

After establishing a framework for considering science and religion, we will examine a number of influential attempts to argue for and against the existence of God.

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Volume 11, Issue 21, Posted 4:17 PM, 10.13.2015

Children/Youth Events At Lakewood Public Library

Blind Date With a Book
For readers of juvenile and teen chapter books

Don’t judge a book by its cover! Pick a new read sight unseen. Choose from our cleverly disguised titles and maybe fall in love for the first time.

Sunday, October 18, through Saturday, October 24, in the Main and Madison branch juvenile and teen collections.

Sensory Story Time
For you and your 3-7 year old child

This story time program can be enjoyed by all children, but it is specifically designed for young children with special needs, autism or those with sensory processing challenges. Registration required.

Saturday, October 17, 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in the Main Library Toddler Story Time Room.

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Volume 11, Issue 21, Posted 4:17 PM, 10.13.2015

LPL Calendar of Events compiled by Elaine Rosenberger

Wednesday, October 14
"Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy" (2013)
Directed by Michael Kantor
This film explores the unique role of Jewish composers and lyricists in the creation of the modern American musical and many of the songs that comprise "The American Songbook." A virtual behind-the-scenes-of-Broadway, this is an engaging, humorous, and provocative film with entertaining perspectives on Broadway's most beloved songs, stories, and shows. This documentary showcases the nation's pre-eminent creators of musical theatre including Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, George and Ira Gershwin, Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Kurt Weill, Sheldon Harnick, Jerry Bock, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Stephen Schwartz, Jules Styne and many others.
7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium

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Volume 11, Issue 21, Posted 4:17 PM, 10.13.2015

Run, Swim, Bike, Survive

What is the Finish Line Feeling? According to Liz Ferro, it’s a powerful sensation of being the most extraordinary person you can be and feeling as if you can do anything.

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Volume 11, Issue 21, Posted 4:17 PM, 10.13.2015

LPL Calendar Of Events Compiled by Elaine Rosenberger

Thursday, October 1
Meet the Author - "Expert Insights: Business Gurus Share Tips to Accelerate Your Business Growth" by Diane Helbig

If you are looking for innovative ways to grow your business and ensure its long term prospects, look no further than this new book from business maven Diane Helbig. She’s gathered wisdom from some of the world’s best business minds who have appeared as guests on her radio show and compiled it all in one handy place. It’s the kind of book you’ll reference over and over again as your business grows and grows. Books will be available for sale and signing at the event.
7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium

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Volume 11, Issue 20, Posted 11:29 AM, 09.29.2015

Lakewood Public Library To Show Acclaimed Documentaries During Jewish FilmFest

Musical theater and World War II history are two of the topics being explored during the ten day 2015 Cleveland Jewish FilmFest, October 8-18. Last year, more than 5000 people attended films at venues around Cleveland, and this year, Lakewood Public Library is pleased to be part of this nine year old festival.

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Volume 11, Issue 20, Posted 11:29 AM, 09.29.2015

Teen Craft... Monster Magnets!

Make it creepy. Make it cute. Make it creative. Then stick it on the fridge. Stick it in your locker. Stick it anywhere that needs monstering up. I’m talking about handmade polymer clay monster magnets!

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Volume 11, Issue 20, Posted 11:29 AM, 09.29.2015

"Hip To That" Fills In And Swings The Library

Come see Hip to That, a four piece jazz band, as they swing the socks off the Library. Playing jazz standards, crossover charts, and even a few pop tunes, Hip to That puts their own flavor into each song they do. Their music is swinging and often gets people out of their seats and dancing. Stepping in for the originally-scheduled Acclarion, who is unable to travel from Canada, Hip to That will perform on Sunday, October 4 at 2 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium.

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Volume 11, Issue 20, Posted 11:29 AM, 09.29.2015

From Refugee To Neighbor Stories From The CLE

Imagine tragedy strikes. War on your street, people you know tortured or killed, your home in ruins. You and your family run for your lives, grateful for the borrowed tent that becomes your new home. Time passes. Your children grow up but they don’t move away. In fact, it is 20 years later, and you are still waiting for something to change.

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Volume 11, Issue 19, Posted 5:42 PM, 09.15.2015

Author Mark Turner Brings Advanced Blending To Lakewood Public Library

Where do new ideas come from? And why are human beings exceptionally good at innovation? According to Mark Turner, a pioneer in the concept of conceptual blending, our creativity may come from our ability to blend different ideas together. In his book, "The Origin of Ideas: Blending, Creativity, & the Human Spark," Turner, a Professor of Cognitive Science at Case Western Reserve University, discusses how humans develop creative genius. He will elaborate on the concept of blending during his Meet the Author appearance on Thursday, September 24 at 7 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium.

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Volume 11, Issue 19, Posted 5:42 PM, 09.15.2015

Renowned Baroque Ensemble, Les Délices, Gives Free Concert At Lakewood Public Library

Lauded for their “daring programming, presented both with conviction and mastery” (ClevelandClassical.com), Les Délices is “an early music ensemble with an avant-garde appetite” (The New York Times). Les Délices features Debra Nagy on baroque oboe, Julie Andrijeski on baroque violin, David Ellis on viola da gamba and Simon Martyn-Ellis on theorbo. The musicians perform on period instruments, which allows them to explore a rich tapestry of tone colors. The ensemble will perform on Sunday, September 27 at 2:00 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium.

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Volume 11, Issue 19, Posted 5:42 PM, 09.15.2015

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Thursday, September 17
Booked For Murder: Murder in Motion
Lovers of mystery take to the skies, seas and rails this season. Murderers look for their next victim aboard various modes of transport from ships to planes, trains and even a blimp.This Thursday’s book is Johannes Cabal the Detective by Jonathan Howard
7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Meeting Room

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Volume 11, Issue 19, Posted 5:42 PM, 09.15.2015

The Famous And Infamous Women Of Millionaires’ Row

Behind every great man there is a great woman…or so they say. During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, Euclid Avenue was the home to some of the country’s richest and most influential men. John D. Rockefeller, Mark Hanna and Thomas Howard White are just a few of the millionaires who lived on the avenue called “the Showplace of America.” While much is known about these men, their fortunes and the companies they started, little is known about their wives…until now. On Sunday, September 20, Dan Ruminski, Cleveland’s Storyteller, will be at Lakewood Public Library to regale us with tales of the famous and infamous women behind the men of Millionaires’ Row.

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Volume 11, Issue 18, Posted 1:57 PM, 09.01.2015

Jonathan Hooper: Cool And Classic At Lakewood Public Library

It had to be you, Jonathan Hooper. Who else could come to Lakewood Public Library and make us feel like we are at Rhett’s Piano Bar, the New Orleans-inspired piano bar where you used to work back in sunny old St. Augustine? On Sunday, September 13 at 2 p.m., that classically trained pianist crooning at the back of the joint is waking up the grand piano in our Multipurpose Room for a Sunday With The Friends concert.

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Volume 11, Issue 18, Posted 1:57 PM, 09.01.2015

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Wednesday, September 2
Internet Search Skills
Discover what’s been waiting for you online while learning search strategies. To register, stop in or call (216) 226-8275, ext. 127.
10:00 a.m. in the Main Learning Lab

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Volume 11, Issue 18, Posted 1:57 PM, 09.01.2015

RailShakers Shake Things Up At The Library

RailShakers rock the library on Sunday August 23 at 2 p.m. with a unique mix of Americana, Alt-Country, Folk-Rock, Rockabilly, and Rock-and-roll. This five piece band is fronted by Michael Harvan and includes bassist Ron Cerosky, guitarist James Bucceri, Chris Celleghin on drums, and Kristine Jares on violin and vocals. As individual musicians, they have been playing the local music scene for a long time, but they banded together in early 2013 to form RailShakers.

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Volume 11, Issue 17, Posted 4:01 PM, 08.18.2015

LPL Calendar Of Events compiled by Elaine Rosenberger

Thursday, August 20
Booked For Murder: Genres within Genres
"Three Bags Full: A Sheep Detective Story"
by Leonie Swann
This time around, the ladies of murder mystery and mayhem will explore niche mysteries with animal sleuths, steampunk, a caper story, robot detectives, locked room mystery and a psychological ghostly thriller.
7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Meeting Room

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Volume 11, Issue 17, Posted 4:01 PM, 08.18.2015

S.T.E.M. Programs For Youth Are A Success At The Lakewood Public Library

Summer science, technology, engineering and math (S.T.E.M.) programs make learning fun at the Lakewood Public Library! Students in grades second through eighth grade have participated in two-hour Lego® Robotic workshops, two-hour Video Game Creation workshops and four-day Robotics Camps.

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Volume 11, Issue 17, Posted 4:01 PM, 08.18.2015

Congratulations To 573 Lakewood Super Readers!

Five-hundred seventy-three readers from birth through twelfth grade finished the Lakewood Public Library summer reading club by reading either 30 books or 30 hours from May 19 through August 3.

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Volume 11, Issue 17, Posted 4:01 PM, 08.18.2015

Don Dancing from Burmese Refugees at Lakewood Public Library

Readers, you are cordially invited to join the Friends of the Lakewood Public Library at 2 p.m. on August 9 in a magnificent embrace of culture. Some of the newest residents of our city – hailing from the country of Burma (renamed Myanmar by the ruling military junta in 1989) – will treat us to a presentation of Don Dancing.

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Volume 11, Issue 17, Posted 5:56 PM, 08.04.2015

Library Director Removes Wheels From Chairs To Increase Accessibility

At a recently held town hall meeting hosted by Lakewood’s State Representative Nickie J. Antonio, it became apparent that the wheeled chairs in the Multi-Purpose room were not optimal for many of the community’s senior citizens. The chairs were intimidating, the seniors told Antonio, as the wheels made them difficult to get in and out of. Realizing this was a safety concern, Antonio went to the Library Director to see if there was anything that could be done to remediate this issue.

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Volume 11, Issue 16, Posted 4:01 PM, 08.18.2015

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Thursday, August 6
"Love is a Verb" (2014) Directed by Terry Spencer Hesser, Narrated by Ashley Judd
"Love is a Verb" is an examination of a social movement of Sufi-inspired Muslims that began in Turkey in the 1960s and now spans the globe. The group is called Hizmet (the Turkish word for service) or The Gulen Movement after leader and beloved teacher Fethullah Gulen. Marcia Hermansen explains: "This movement is not about individual enlightenment, this is about making the world a better place. But while making the world a better place, at the same time, this altruism is also transformative." This screening is made possible by the generosity of the Turkish American Society of Ohio—Cleveland and The Niagara Foundation.
7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium

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Volume 11, Issue 16, Posted 5:56 PM, 08.04.2015

Middle School Summer Reading Assignment Assistance

Hey, Lakewood Middle School Students, help is on the way! The library is offering help with your summer reading assignment again this year. We will be holding sessions in the Learning Lab at the Main Library several times starting Monday, August 10th through Saturday, August 15th. These sessions will be two hours long and will give the student a chance to complete the assignment and print a copy to turn in as soon as school starts.

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Volume 11, Issue 16, Posted 5:56 PM, 08.04.2015

Summer Reading Superhero Convention At Madison Park

Celebrate the end of another great summer with games and goodies galore! Lakewood Public Library’s summer reading club is drawing to a close, which means it’s time for a party! Our summer readers have done a fabulous job, and now it’s time to reap their rewards.

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Volume 11, Issue 15, Posted 4:37 PM, 07.21.2015

Love Is A Verb

The Gulen Movement has been described as an interfaith group begun by a beloved Muslim teacher from Turkey who inspired a world-wide social movement dedicated to education and improving the lives of people in underdeveloped and war-torn areas of the globe. It has also been called a cult.

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Volume 11, Issue 15, Posted 4:30 PM, 07.21.2015

The Wonderful World Of Bubbles

Bubbles are fun! Bubbles are funny! Bubbles are coming to the Lakewood Public Library! Come witness Sue Durante (aka The Bubble Lady) as she inflates tiny bubbles, long bubbles, giant bubbles, and a remarkable square bubble. Sue searches her home for everyday household items that become the tools for producing remarkable frothy creations. Will she bring a hula hoop, a rope, a mesh strawberry basket, or even a Croc shoe? Whatever she brings will be dipped into a special concoction of soap, water, and glycerin to enable her to blow marvelous, magnificent sudsy balloons. An afternoon of family fun is guaranteed!

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Volume 11, Issue 15, Posted 4:30 PM, 07.21.2015