Library Corner: Guided tour at the library set Aug. 21 for the public
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Have you ever had a guided tour of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library? We now offer library tours so the public gets a firsthand view of the inner workings of our library.

A library tour is set for Aug. 21 at 4 p.m. Just come to the library and meet Andrew Hunt, the director, at the circulation desk.

You may also call to schedule a tour. Schedule your tour two weeks in advance.

Teens will have gaming time on Monday at 4:30 p.m. Remember to bring an E-rated multiplayer game if you want.

Teen After Hours will be Friday night from 7 to 9.

Join the Young Adult librarian in book chatting, gaming, watching movies or all of the above. This program for ages 13-17 occurs while the library is closed, so arrive promptly and someone will be there to let you in.

Lego Club Jr., ages 4-7, will be Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. and Lego Club, ages 8-12, will be Thursday at 4:30 p.m. Both of these programs are held in our Community Room and the library supplies all the Legos your child’s heart could desire.

If your child really loves this club, maybe they would love a Build-a-Birthday (Lego) party. These parties have been the most requested for boys and girls. Other themes include: First Birthdays, Tutus & Tiaras, Choo Choo (for train lovers), Tea Party, Dino Discovery and a Whodunit mystery party.

For more information visit our website at clevelandlibrary.org; or email kidszone@clevelandlibrary.org.