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Let’s Keep it Up. Let’s All #Maskup.

A letter from Northeast Ohio healthcare leaders encouraging everyone to help decrease the risk for spreading infection, be it coronavirus or flu.

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Mayflower Chronicles, virutal author event

Mayflower Chronicles: The Tale of Two Cultures

Watch an exclusive video from author Kathryn Brewster Haueisen about her novel, Mayflower Chronicles: The Tale of Two Cultures.

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Reopening Update

Reopening the Library

Learn what to expect and safety practices we have put in place upon the reopening of the Main Library and Madison Branch.

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Beanstack Badge Quest

Library Explorers Badge Quest

Read your way through the Children’s and Youth Services area at Lakewood Public Library! You receive a digital badge when you read the number of books required for each category.

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Be a Lakewood Public Library Pen Pal

Kids three years old up to grade six are invited to write a letter to the Library. Then a staff member will read the letter and write back.

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Roseneath, by Dana McSwain

Horror has a new home…Lakewood Public Library.

Watch an exclusive video from local author, Dana McSwain about her novel, Roseneath.

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Art Interprets Alzheimer’s exhibit

Art Interprets Alzheimer’s

An exhibition featuring the artworks of George Roby and Herbert Ascherman, Jr. October 20, 2020 to December 5, 2020 Art Interprets Alzheimer’s shares artist-couple Sue and George Roby’s journey through Alzheimer’s disease, using their unique tools: their profession and respective media and experience of the disease. The first element of the show is the personal, […]

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Connecting for Kids

Connecting for Kids Programs

All families, including children with and without formal diagnoses are welcome to participate in virtual educational programs for adults, virtual Music Therapy and More for children, and numerous other resources.

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Proctoring Services Available

Lakewood Public Library continues to offer proctoring services. Please complete a form for each course requiring proctoring services. Once your request is submitted, a Library staff member will contact you to schedule your proctored exam.

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one community reads 2020

One Community Reads

Join your nine local library systems from August through December 2020 to read and reflect about race, injustice, history, and a better future.

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Sign up for a juvenile library card

Sign Up for a Juvenile Library Card

Children ages two years to twelve years may register online for a juvenile library card on their own.

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Estamos abiertos de nuevo desde el 1 de julio del 2020

Reapertura de la Biblioteca

Conozca las medidas de seguridad que hemos implementado.

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CDC Guidance for Karen Speakers

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TumbleBooks

Storytime at Home With Your Child – Early Literacy

TumbleBooks adds music, narration, games, puzzles, quizzes and movement to classic fiction and nonfiction titles to create a new book experience for your child.

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TumbleMath

Storytime at Home With Your Child – Early Numeracy

TumbleMath is a comprehensive collection of animated, talking math story books and nonfiction math books available in the TumbleBook format.

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learn a new language

Learn a New Language at Home

We offer three portals to learning foreign languages quickly and easily. Each option provides a fun, effective, and engaging experience for learners of all levels looking to build their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in a foreign language.

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Get a library card

Get a Library Card From Home

If you can't access our extensive digital collections and electronic resources then call the Library Monday though Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and register for a Library card.

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Free WiFi Available Outside Library Buildings

Click through for network names at both locations.

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