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Posted 6/4/17

The Front Page Quartet will be performing Monday at 6:30 p.m. Join as they kick off the adult events inspired by the summer reading program theme, “Build a Better World.”

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The Front Page Quartet will be performing Monday at 6:30 p.m. Join as they kick off the adult events inspired by the summer reading program theme, “Build a Better World.”

The quartet will be filling the library with uplifting tunes to inspire everyone to get out there and do something better for your community. This event is free and refreshments will be provided.

The summer reading program has officially begun. Help build a better world in your community and sign up today. If you didn’t make it to the party Sunday, then stop by and pick up your reading journals or bingo cards now.

Children 12 and under are being asked to read 20 minutes a day, experience anything new, build something and to change their part of the world in a positive way. They also will have weekly programs to encourage those requests.

Register for one each week if you plan to attend — Mondays at 2 p.m. or 4:30 p.m., Tuesdays at 1 p.m., Wednesdays at 11 a.m., and Saturdays at 2 p.m.

All kids 18 and under are invited to Free Lunch Wednesdays every week at 1 p.m. in the Community Room. Immediately following lunch, movie and games will be offered until 5 p.m., for all ages. At 6 p.m., movie night for adults will be showing the award-winning, 2016 film “Arrival.”

On Thursday night, families will have a chance to gather at 7 for a night of DIY projects.

Check the online calendar for more summer events for babies, teens and adults.

Also, stay up-to-date on the regular programs that are not happening over the summer.

Today at 2:30 p.m., stop by the History Branch and Archives location to watch the National History Day documentary that Lake Forest eighth-graders are taking to Washington, D.C., for the national level of competition.

The film focuses on Master Sgt. Roddie Edmonds, who was a native Tennessean and POW during World War II.

Next Sunday, at 2:30 p.m. State Librarian and Archivist Charles A. Sherrill will take a look at how land records can provide context for genealogical research.

Monday at 4:30 p.m., the teens gather for gaming in the Teen Zone. They have board and card games, as well as Wii and Xbox gaming. Feel free to bring a multi-player E-Rated game to share. For more information email teenzone@clevelandlibrary.org.

This Saturday at 7 p.m., join the teens for their kick-off party. Come prepared to get messy at their outdoor water gun challenge. Dinner will be provided.

Don’t forget the library offers free Zumba classes every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday morning at 8.

For more information on the library, its resources and programs, visit www.clevelandlibrary.org.

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