A Message from our Director, Kacie V. Armstrong
Euclid Public Library is proud to continue our longstanding tradition of assisting our city and schools in supporting literacy and lifelong learning. We believe that libraries change lives! Through our resources, staff and support we hope to cultivate innovation and learning, be a place of support for families and individuals and as always be a safe and welcoming gathering space to help children, students and adults learn, grow and achieve their goals. Euclid is a great place to live, work and learn!
Euclid Public Library has developed a new strategic plan that will direct our steps through 2016. Over the next few months, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about this plan as we present our priorities to the community. You’ll have the opportunity to hear about the specific details of the plan by attending one of our special library programs, community presentations at your Neighborhood Association Meetings and Senior Center or you can learn more online at euclidlibrary.org.
No matter how big or small your dreams, the Euclid Public Library is here to help! Throughout this year we’ll offer a variety of programs that will complement our book, music and movie collections. Looking for creative ways to improve your health? While you pick up a book on healthy lifestyles, join us for Healthy Heart, a special presentation by Euclid Hospital on February 12. Want to learn more about your community and get involved? Join us for our monthly Fireside Chats with Mayor Bill Cervenik on January 7 or March 11. You’ll have an opportunity to meet Kristal Grida our new Neighborhood Engagement Specialist. We’ve invited a variety of authors to share their books and writing experiences.
The Civil War, genealogy, classic movies and women in aviation are some of the other program topics we offer. Euclid Public Library has resources and services to support your learning needs. We are proud to serve this community!
(216) 261-5300, ext. 101