Library for Blind, physcially disabled hosts family fun and learning day

CLEVELAND - It is a library specially designed for the blind and physically disabled which is located in Cleveland.

Family Fun & Learning Day took place Wednesday, at the Ohio Library for the Blind & Physically Disabled.

Judy Pauza has been using the library since she was a child. She is blind. Pauza and her service dog Tallie spend plenty of time at the library.

"It opens up the world to you, just like it would to anybody who reads books. We have books on every topic, everything you can imagine," said Pauza.

The day featured a special gardening program and tours of OLBPD'S Sensory Garden. The garden features flowers, herbs, and plants specially selected for the bloom, color, fragrance, taste and texture. It is open all year round and is free to the public.

National Library Service narrator Laura Giannarelli was the featured speaker. She has narrated more than 800 titles.

For further information call 216-623-2911 or 1-800-362-1262 or http://OLBPD@cpl.org

 

 

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