Upcoming programs at the Bay Village Branch Library

The approach of fall means that everyone is busy with school, sports, vacation getaways and indoor and outdoor projects at home. The library is the place to find books that will help you with those, and it’s also a place to get away from it all and have some fun! Come to the following programs and stay to check out a book or two. We’re here to help you find just the one you need!


Thursday, Sept. 19 (7 p.m.) CLEVELAND POLICE MUSEUM: PROGRESSIVES TO DEPRESSION – The Cleveland Police Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the department, which was formed in 1866. Learn about the history, artifacts and documents from the Progressive Era to the Depression.

Tuesday, Sept. 24 (7:30 p.m.) SWINGING BAVARIANS – Come and enjoy this 12-piece Bavarian swing band that plays authentic German polka waltzes and music from the ‘40s and ‘50s.


Saturday, Sept. 21 (2 p.m.) G2P: SMASHCON13 – THE TOURNAMENT – For grades 6-12. Think you’ve mastered Super Smash Bros. Brawl? Test your skills against other gamers in this county-wide tournament. The top two brawlers from each site will advance to the final championship at the new Garfield Heights Branch on Nov. 16.


Saturday, Sept. 21 (11 a.m.) MOVIN AND GROOVIN – Enjoy a story then put on your dancing shoes for some fun moving and grooving to the music!

Wednesday, Sept. 25 (4 p.m.) FUN WITH LINDSAY WARD – For ages 4-10. Children’s author Lindsay Ward will demonstrate how she puts together a picture book. Her new book will be available for purchase and signing.

Thursday, Sept. 26 (11 a.m.) PRESCHOOL PALS – For ages 3-1/2 to 5 on their own. Join us for a special storytime just for preschoolers! They will come in on their own while their adult caregiver relaxes in the children’s room. We’ll share books, songs, rhymes and fun!

Thursday, Sept. 26 (6-8 p.m.) READER BOOTCAMP – For grades 1-3. Parents and their children who are struggling with reading skills are invited to a pizza dinner and a two-part program of information and fun. Parents will join a learning specialist to learn tips for working with their children at home, while children remain with the librarian for fun, reading-based activities. Then, families participate together. This is a four-week program on Thursday evenings.

Thursday, Sept. 26 (3:30 p.m.) JUNIOR ENGINEERING – For ages 8-12. Bring your ideas and imagination! Get together once a month with other students and have fun creating all kinds of structures.

Please register to attend these programs online at cuyahogalibrary.org, calling 871-6392 or when you stop in at 502 Cahoon Road. We’ll see you soon!

Joyce Sandy

I'm a staff member at the Bay Village Library working in the Children's Department.

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Volume 5, Issue 19, Posted 10:23 AM, 09.17.2013