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Browns Support Black History Celebrations at Cuyahoga County Public Library

Posted Jan 28, 2013

In celebration of Black History Month, the Cleveland Browns are teaming up with the Cuyahoga County Public Library for their Family Literacy Nights! Cuyahoga County Public Library hosts a Family Literacy Night program monthly, and February’s program focuses on black history. During the February Family Literacy Nights, history will come alive through storytelling, music and games. This interactive program is designed to encourage participants to learn more about Black History Month and pick up a book and read. Browns prize packs have been provided to each of the participating library branches for a special raffle during the February programs.

The Cleveland Browns and Cuyahoga County Public Library hope you check out Family Literacy Night at the following branches:

Brooklyn 4-Feb 7p.m.
South Euclid 5-Feb 6:30p.m.
Parma Ridge 7-Feb 7p.m.
Brook Park 11-Feb 6:30p.m.
Richmond Heights 12-Feb 6p.m.
Garfield Heights 13-Feb 7p.m.
South East 18-Feb 7p.m.
North Olmsted 19-Feb 6p.m.
Maple Hts. 21-Feb 6:30p.m.
Warrensville 26-Feb 6:30p.m.

To learn more about the Family Literacy Nights in celebration of Black History Month at Cuyahoga County Public Library branches, visit www.cuyahogalibrary.org. Registration is required.