We will all have lasting memories of the summer of 2016. Greater Clevelanders were able to watch our local basketball team celebrate a championship season, learn more about the democratic process through the Republican National Convention and participate in the conversation about social justice issues in our community and throughout the nation. Euclid Public Library and our neighboring libraries invite you to learn more about race, social justice, and police relationships issues by reading more about these matters. We have a list of titles to help open up discussions between all ages on these critical issues. Click here for a book list
to help create dialogue. Our goal is to help continue to positively transform our community.
This August, we also want to extend a warm welcome to all of our returning students, teachers and administrators. On August 15 from 1:00 – 4:00 PM, we encourage students to stop by the library for a special welcome event. We ask that parents and caregivers please talk with your children about the importance of following library rules when visiting after school. Library staff are here to help with homework assignments, refer students to appropriate study material, and we also offer a variety of programs to keep students learning and engaged after school. Our schedule of events can be found online or contact our Children’s or Teen Department to find out more.
This upcoming fall, we will also offer two new services. Self-check services will allow patrons to check out materials anywhere in the library with their device and the meeScan app. We will also begin to offer passport services to those seeking to travel. Check back in September for launch dates!
Director Kacie V. Armstrong
(216) 261-5300, ext. 101