Cuyahoga County Public Library Brook Park Branch Events

All library events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted. Registration may be required for some programs. To register for a program call 

Cuyahoga County Public Library
Brook Park Branch 

6155 Engle Road 
Brook Park, OH  44142
p: 216.267.5250


Mon - Thu / 9AM-9PM
Fri & Sat / 9AM-5:30PM 
Sun / 1-5PM 

Featured July/August Events 

Neighborhood History
Thursday, July 7 / 2-4PM
Wednesday, July 13 / 6:30-8:30PM 
Saturday, July 23 / 10AM-12PM
Monday, July 25 / 2-4PM
Tuesday, August 2 / 2-4PM 
Tuesday, August 9 / 6:30-8:30PM 

Your stories are meant to be told. Capture your life stories and moments on video. This video storytelling experience lets you CAPTURE the memories that are important to you and SHARE them with others via the Cuyahoga County Public Library website. Drop in anytime during this session and a facilitator will record your story using the SimplyTold app. This program is made possible through the generous support of the AARP Foundation. Registration not required. 

Drop In and Download
Saturday, July 9 / 9:30AM-12PM
Monday, August 1 / 2-5PM
Saturday, August 13 / 9:30AM-12PM 

Learn how to borrow free eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, movies and music from our Digital Collection anytime, anywhere. Bring your device and passwords to the Library and our staff will get you started. Our Digital Collection is available 24/7, 365 days a year, and there are never any late fees! Registration not required. 

Drumming Workshop
Wednesday, July 20 / 2-4PM
Grades K-12

In the first hour, participants will make a drum with recycled materials. In the second hour, group members will form a drum circle and play their instruments together. Registration required. Register online

Disappearance of Beverly Potts
Thursday, July 28 / 7-8PM

Join Dr. James J. Badal, author of Twilight of Innocence: The Disappearance of Beverly Potts and Mark Wade Stone, documentary filmmaker and the producer of the Emmy Award-winning Dusk and Shadow: The Mystery of Beverly Potts as they reexamine the events leading up to Beverly Potts’s disappearance and the subsequent police investigation. Registration required. Register online.

Financial Literacy for Military: All About Credit
Wednesday, August 3 / 7-8:30PM

This workshop provides the basics to help military members, veterans and family understand the importance of taking charge of one's credit identity. Participants leave knowing how to access their personal credit report and obtain their credit score, as well as how to use the information contained on the reports to impact their financial lives. Register online

What is a credit report and credit score?
How does information get reported?
How to access your report? 
How you can dispute information on your report?
How your credit report and score can help you build a strong credit identity?
Dealing with debt

Financial Literacy for Military: Spending Smart
Wednesday, August 10 / 7-8:30PM

This workshop helps military members, veterans and family learn to identify financial goals and develop a plan to reach them. It will include worksheets that participants can use in their daily lives. Tracking spending, prioritizing expenses and incorporating goals into one's everyday spending plan will be discussed. Register online

Goal setting- Getting what you want
Developing a spending plan that matches your paycheck
Identify what is important to you and your family
Finding ways to save money
Be a savvy shopper
Smart car buying

Neil Zurcher
Thursday, August 11 / 7-8:30PM

Neil Zurcher has logged more than a million miles on Ohio roads as the original One Tank Trips travel reports. Now, he's back with a collection of his Best One Tank Trips. Register online

Robert Rua

Event listings provided by the staff of the Brook Park Branch of Cuyahoga County Public Library. 

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