"An artist is a creature driven by demons. He doesn't know why they choose him and he's usually too busy to wonder why."
-- William Faulkner (1897-1962)UPCOMING EVENTS AT LAKEWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY
Monday, September 21Save Our Homes: Tips from the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Foreclosure Mediation Program
Get information about how to avoid foreclosure and find out what to do if a foreclosure action is filed against you. Learn about the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Foreclosure Mediation Program and the benefits of applying for assistance through the program. Discover the other free services available to property owners who are in foreclosure or on the brink of foreclosure.7:00 p.m. in the Main Library AuditoriumTuesday, September 22
TRUE CRIME CLEVELAND: The Day Marilyn Died
Mark Wade Stone presents selections from Doris O’Donnell’s Cleveland, the Emmy award winning TV series on Cleveland history produced by Storytellers Media Group.
Did they have the right man all along? Sam Sheppard’s account of the early morning hours of Independence Day 1954 is reconsidered using modern techniques.7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium
Wednesday, September 23LAKEWOOD—THE MAKING OF A STREETCAR SUBURB
In just thirty years, Lakewood transitioned from a small, rural community to a thriving city with new residential and commercial districts. Mazie Adams, Executive Director of the Lakewood Historical Society, explores the development of Lakewood into a streetcar suburb. The population boom between 1890 and 1920 led to new subdivisions, new commercial buildings lining Detroit and Madison, the creation of major utilities services and streetscapes as well as the construction of churches, schools and municipal buildings.
7:00 p.m. in the Main Library AuditoriumThursday, September 24
RESOURCES FOR COLLEGE, CAREER AND FINANCIAL AID PLANNING
Ohio’s economic future depends on a better-prepared workforce stepping up and doing their best. If you need help pursuing your post-secondary education or are looking for fresh career planning tools to help you along the way, you’re not alone. Cleveland Scholarship Programs, Inc. is one of the oldest and most-emulated college access programs in the country. Find out about the programs they offer and learn about some of the best on-line and print resources for researching colleges, careers and the financial aid process.7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium
Saturday, September 26
FAMILY MUSIC & MORE: For the whole family
Spend a Saturday evening at the Library and enjoy programs featuring musicians and other talented performers. Performers are subject to change. Seating is limited. Doors open fifteen minutes prior to the performance.
Edd Zauber and the Magic and Mystery of China
Magician Edd Zauber will excite and entertain us with this unusual show filled with the mystery and magic of China. Mr. Zauber has been a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians for years. He taught magic and publishes an international journal call “The Illusionist.” In this program he promises to share some of the many inventions from China, such as silk, paper and umbrellas, and show us how these everyday things can become quite magical. Join us for a fantastic show filled with audience participation, fun-filled mysteries and classic magic to delight all ages.
7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Multipurpose Room
Sunday, September 27
SUNDAY WITH THE FRIENDS: Swing Along with the Bavarians
The Swinging Bavarians know more than just polkas and marches. From Pretty Woman to The Happy Wanderer, this thirteen-part brass band plays everything from waltzes to disco! Don’t let their eclectic tastes fool you. They haven’t forgotten the Strauss and they will definitely invite you to sing along.2:00 p.m. in the Main Library AuditoriumNEW BOOKS, MOVIES & MUSIC -- Located on the First Floor in the New Book Area
Shooters and chasers by Lenny Kleinfeld - FICTION KLEINFELD
Undone: Outcast Season, Book 1 by Rachel Caine - SCIFI CAINE
Black Hills by Nora Roberts - FICTION ROBERTSAdult Nonfiction:
Divine soul songs: sacred practical treasures to heal, rejuvenate, and transform you, humanity, Mother Earth, and all universes by Zhi Gang Sha - 204.32 SHA
Satchel: the life and times of an American legend by Larry Tye - BIO PAIGE
American parent: my strange and surprising adventures in modern Babyland by Sam Apple - 306.87420973 APPLEAdult Audiovisual:
Uninvited -- DVD UNINVITED
Shrek: the musical score -- CD SOUNDTRACK SHREK THE MUSICAL
True blood soundtrack -- CD SOUNDTRACK TRUE BLOODJuvenile Fiction:
Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal - jPICTURE BK Rosenthal
Freckleface Strawberry and the Dodgeball Bully by Julianne Moore - jPICTURE BK Moore
Love, Aubrey by Suzanne LaFleur - jFICTION LaFleurJuvenile Audiovisual:
Sonny With a Chance: Sonny's Big Break -- jDVD Sonny
Pop by Gordon Korman - jCD FICTION Korman
Spongebob's Greatest Hits -- jCD Spongebob's BROWSING THE STACKS
Lakewood Public Library offers a wide variety of book collections within our non-fiction area. This week's spotlight is This week's spotlight is: Pets.
Whether you want to learn about pet care or how to photography your furry friends, we've got just the book!
The Merck/Merial manual for pet health by Cynthia M. Kahn - 636.0887 MERCK
Unlocking the animal mind: how your pet's feelings hold the key to his health and happiness by Franklin D. McMillan - 636.0887019 MCMILLAN
Vogue knitting knits for pets 746.432 VOGUE
Rainbow boas and neotropical tree boas by Richard D.Bartlett - 639.3967 BARTLETT
The guinea pig handbook by Sharon Lynn Vanderlip - 636.93592 VANDERLIP
Professional techniques for pet & animal photography by Debrah H. Muska - 778.932 MUSKALPL'S WEB SITE FOCUS: Lakewood Library Foundation
Established in 1994, the Lakewood Library Foundation seeks philanthropic support for the growth and success of the Library. It's a non-profit charitable organization which operates for the exclusive benefit of the Lakewood Public Library. The Foundation seeks financial support from corporations, foundations, individuals and groups to enhance library collections, equipment, facilities and services. Seven trustees serve without compensation on the foundation board. The Internal Revenue Service recognizes the Lakewood Public Library Foundation as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Donations to the Lakewood Public Library Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by the law. For more information about the Foundation go to http://www.lkwdpl.org/foundation/keillor/
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