A Message from our Director, Kacie V. Armstrong
Do you remember what you created because of one of your library visits? Did you research or write a paper or book? Did the library help you develop your small business plan or find a new job? Perhaps you created something special like a scarf or piece of jewelry using a how-to book from the collection. As we celebrate National Library Week this month, we encourage you to share what you’ve made with the help of the library. Post to your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter account using the hashtag #librarymade!
For complete details, log onto www.ilovelibraries.org/librarymade.
The overall theme this year is Unlimited Possibilities@Your Library. No matter what your age or ability, anyone can make a difference in his or her community. The Euclid Public Library is here to help you determine your possibilities through our programs, services and materials. Just think about it, if a group of seven Euclid residents could dream the impossible some 80 years ago and lay the foundation for this library system, what we can do today?!
The connections we have today allow us to not only dream big, but put those ideas into practice right away. There is so much to do this month, from learning new self-defense techniques to sharing your favorite poem at our Open Mic Night on April 27. We look forward to seeing what you’ve made at our library!
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If you would like to see the most current copy of our annual report just link here: 2014 Annual Report