Cleveland Library becomes your destination for a lazy Sunday morning
There will be no excuse for a boring Sunday at home during June thanks to Cleveland Library’s A Month of Sundays giving Redlanders an interesting place to hang out and relax between 10am and 1pm, from Sunday 4 June to Sunday 25 June.
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Cleveland Library’s A Month of Sundays is yet another event to support the Cleveland CBD revitalisation journey.
“Since the start of the year Redland Libraries has brought our community many events, from Snakeboss to The Very Hungry Caterpillar as part of the recent Cleveland 7 Day Makeover, all of which aim to deliver an active civic heart,” Cr Williams said.
“These events are all part of turning Cleveland into a vibrant and social epicentre where people will want to linger longer when they come to visit.
“Cleveland Library is a perfect destination for visitors as it is a welcoming public space that feels like home, which supports the idea of place-making – a key strategy identified by the business community through the Cleveland: What’s Next? workshops,” she said.
Division 2 Councillor for Cleveland Peter Mitchell urged the community to visit the Cleveland Library to see the exciting additions to the space after the 7 Day Makeover.
“The makeover transformed some underused areas around the library and people can now enjoy a free Little Library book exchange, a giant checkers board and a street piano – fun new activities that will hopefully encourage people to linger longer and enjoy all that Cleveland has to offer.
“In addition to A Month of Sundays at the Library visitors can also enjoy the Sunday Cleveland Markets from 7am-1pm as well as the many cafes and shops the area has to offer,” he said.
Cleveland Library’s A Month of Sundays is on every Sunday 10am-1pm, from Sunday 4 June to Sunday 25 June. Cleveland Library is located on Middle Street at the corner of Bloomfield Street.