As the weather chills, your library is getting crafty (pun intended) with ways to stay connected while we stay inside using our Take & Make craft kits for toddlers, kids, and teens.
Our series Spend a Day with a Library Worker takes you inside the lives of our library staff in different roles and follows them on a typical workday.
The Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition shares tips for how educators, parents, and caregivers can honor and educate about Native American peoples during Native American Heritage Month.
Civic engagement doesn’t begin and end at the ballot box. While voting is a critical part of making your voice heard, the work isn’t over after the first Tuesday in November.
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.
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.
The city of Cincinnati is built on Native land that has belonged to Indigenous people since time immemorial. The Shawnee and Myaamia were the caretakers of this
At the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library we believe in free access to books of all kinds—including banned books! To celebrate Banned Books Week, we compiled a list of the ALA’s 10 most frequently challenged books, which you can check out now.
In this episode of our “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, Dani McClain speaks with local bookstore owner Gregory Kornbluh.