Stop by for an interactive educational session hosted by College Now Greater Cleveland. College Now is a program that helps adults get a college degree, industry certificate or training to ... More Details
Cleveland Judge Perry Brooks Jackson, sworn in in 1942, became the first African-American judge in the state of Ohio and one of the few in the United States.
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If you ain't afraid of no ghost, come listen to John Kachuba speak about the metaphysical and paranormal during his "Ghosthunting Ohio" talk! John has written several books on ghosts ... More Details
New to computers? Learn how to navigate the internet, print from the internet and do a basic keyword search. Participants must be able to use a mouse.
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The Chief of Staff is the President's most powerful advisor and closest confidant. The Chief of Staff shapes the President's agenda and turns policies into reality. Join us for an ... More Details
Whether a beginner or slightly more advanced, this series is designed to help you find your place in the world of photography. We’ll be exploring how to execute different techniques ... More Details
This group is designed to strengthen self-esteem, encourage passion, and enhance self-image using discussions and activities to help young men and women recognize and find comfort in their places not ... More Details
If you are worried about having enough bees to pollinate your garden, then join us as we learn about how you can plant pollinator friendly gardens with various plants and ... More Details
You read whatever you want and show up to share your favorite books with others. This club is more about YOU than books.
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
A New York Times bestseller and a winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.
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The X-Men: The Beauty and Power of Being Different
Do you love comic books and graphic novels? Looking for a place to read and explore your favorite superheroes and villains? ... More Details
We invite you, Euclid bakers, to submit an entry in this year’s Annual Cookie Contest. Grab an entry form from the library or our website, bring a copy of your ... More Details
Based on the book by Mitchell Zuckoff, this action-packed film depicts the harrowing true story of an attack on an US embassy outpost in Benghazi, Libya which killed four Americans. ... More Details
Songs without Words Still Speak
Where were you when you first heard your favorite song? Our favorite artists and songs provide the soundtracks to our lives and have a tendency ... More Details
The Vietnam Memorial was dedicated on November 13, 1982. The simple V-shaped black-granite wall inscribed with the names of the 58,307 Americans who died in the conflict was one of ... More Details