The Ohio Voter Rights Coalition shares their tips for separating fact from fiction this election season and how you can help stop the spread of disinformation.
A pandemic can't stop the Library from providing creativity, imagination, and fun! If you love our arts and crafts events, check out our free Take & Make kits for for kids and teens.
As the Library continues to support the community during this challenging year, our Director addresses our Facility Master Plan projects in progress.
Eva Jane Romaine Coombe Library Director Paula Brehm-Heeger updates the community on changes to departments, spaces, and technology access at the Downtown Main Library as we continue to evolve our services during the pandemic.
In the latest episode of the Library's “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, our Writer-in-Residence interviews Gavin DeVore Leonard, Executive Director of Ohio Voice, Ohio's 501(c)(3) civic engagement table, a job title that he breaks down for us early in the conversation.
On Oct. 29, the Walnut Hills Branch is moving to a temporary location so renovation and construction can begin. The $12 million improvement project is part of our larger Next Generation Library initiative, part of our Facility Master Plan.
The Library and CPS's Family Literacy Night is from 6:30-7:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22. It features a reading of The Power of One by Trudy Ludwig, along with lots of other fun activities for adults and kids. Sign up on our events page.
Master wildlife artist John A. Ruthven, who passed away just a month shy of turning 96, helped find his calling at the Library.
One of our missions at CHPL is providing equitable access to all of our resources for all of our customers, especially technology.