From book clubs and meet the author events to lectures and films, the Library offers a wide array of adult programming designed to fit everyone’s interest.
The Front Porch Concert Series adds vibrancy and an enhanced sense of community to Lakewoods urban core. Concerts take place on the Librarys front porch, are sponsored by Bentley Wealth Management of Raymond James and are presented by LakewoodAlive. Tonight we welcome Cats on Holiday, a roots-based Swamp Pop band. This quintet has been pleasing […] Read More
Alec Leamas (Richard Burton) plays a disgruntled British spy who is recruited by the East Germans to be a double agent. John le Carré wrote this story while he was still a spook in Germany; years later, the former head of the Stasi wanted to ask him how he knew so much about their operation. […] Read More
Sinatra CLE is one of Clevelands premier Frank Sinatra tribute acts. Patrick Lynch formed the band with the purpose of reinvigorating the music and sounds of the Great American Songbook, made popular so many years ago on the Vegas Strip. Sinatra CLE’s many influences include Dean Martin, Elvis, Michael Buble and Ol’ Blue Eyes himself. […] Read More
Book by Erin OꞌBrienThe performance art of burlesque, once a faded form, has made a comeback in the twenty-first century, and it has shimmied back to life with a vengeance in Cleveland. Thanks to fans and entrepreneurs, neo-burlesque has taken the stageand its more inclusive, less seedy, and emphatically fun. Todays burlies come in all […] Read More
The Front Porch Concert Series adds vibrancy and an enhanced sense of community to Lakewoods urban core. Concerts take place on the Librarys front porch, are sponsored by Bentley Wealth Management of Raymond James and are presented by LakewoodAlive. Tonight we welcome LMC Student Ensembles. Read More
In the London of Queen Elizabeth I (Vanessa Redgrave), the plays the thing. Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford (Rhys Ifans) refuses to be known as a common playwright. He pays playwright Ben Jonson (Sebastian Armesto) to stage de Veres plays as his own. Jonson tells actor Will Shakespeare (Rafe Spall), and Shakespeare publicly […] Read More
Alexis Antes is a well-established name in the region. Her singer-songwriter parents owned a coffeehouse in Lakewood in the late 70s, which allowed Antes to soak up all that the local Cleveland folk scene had to offer. At eighteen, she was the youngest founding member of the popular and influential Cleveland-based folk-pop group, Odd Girl […] Read More