The City of Cincinnati created the Preschool Promise program that includes funding for free, high-quality preschool for all Cincinnati families. But, in areas outside the city, no public funding exists to support preschool for every child. That’s where the Library’s Pop-Up Preschool comes in.
In advance of his Native American Heritage Month event at the West End Branch Library November 18, Shawnee storyteller Ross Shaw shares his experience of navigating family history, identity, and truth-telling.
Vanessa Seeger, an Outreach Librarian from the Hamilton County Law Library, discusses our new partnership to bring educational and entertaining books to kids and adults, providing a break as they navigate the complex justice system.
Downtown Main Library Children's Librarian Mariah Kennedy-English was homeschooled until 7th grade. Learn how this experience led her to create the new Homeschool Hands-On STEM event series at the Library.
Do you like to learn but aren't sure where to turn? Look no further than the Library's 'Great Courses' collection.
Our local teen meteorologist, Ashton is hosting “Here’s Ashton with the Weather” on Monday, August 12 at 1 p.m. in the Children’s Library at the Downtown Main Library. Learn more about him and the event here.
Krayon Kiosks provide tech equity, allowing kids who might not otherwise encounter an iPad not only to learn about this modern technology but also gain valuable literacy education in the process.
Three fun STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) activities for kids that strengthen important developmental skills like fine motor skills, spatial awareness, and decision making.
Every spring for the past decade, SPARK offers “Let’s Talk”—a six-week program for early childhood families in Price Hill, Madisonville, and Norwood communities. Each week, parents and their kids receive free books and materials, along with immersive lessons and play to give kids a head start when they begin school.
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