So we’ve slowly worked our way through a much-deserved mild winter and find ourselves on the cusp of March Madness. I’ve always thought March Madness to be synonymous for both basketball and cabin fever but this year, I think it’s exclusively basketball related. The
It's Valentine's Day!
No matter how you celebrate Valentine's Day is a fun day for all ages. It is a time to let the ones you love know how much you care.
Take some time this February 14th to read a book and share a craft with your child.
The weather outside is turning cold again, and people are starting to get sick. On days when the cold or illness has got you down, why not stay home? And if your'e staying home, sleeping on the couch, why not put on a good movie or some good music to get you through the day?
An engaging crime story by a native Clevelander set in the far west side of Cleveland. A story about the evil that can lurk in the midst of the most unassuming of suburbs. Our hero Chris, recently unemployed, has just learned that a sexual predator lives across the street.
A wonderful book to read this winter is One Cool Friend by Toni Buzzeo and Illustrated by David Small. After reading this award winning picture book, your child will fall in love with penguins. He will want to make a penguin of his own.
Westlake Porter Public Library is proud to partner with so many wonderful organizations in our community: the Garden Club, the Cuyahoga West Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, the Westlake Historical Society and the Westlake-Westshore Arts Council are only a few.
In the last couple of years two of our biggest partners have been the Career Transition Center and Connecting for Kids (CFK).
January 28th marked the 30th anniversary of the space shuttle Challenger explosion 73 seconds after liftoff. Although it was before my time, I remember reading books about it in elementary school, and thought it especially sad that one of the seven astronauts and payload specialists killed had been a teacher. On January 28th, 1986, teachers and schoolchildren across the country tuned in to watch the shuttle launch live on television, only to have excitement turn to tragedy. But Challenger’s overarching goal—STEM education through space travel—lived on.