In addition to the daily Plain Dealer, through the euclidlibrary.org database, you can now access the full text of the Cleveland Plain Dealer from the present day through 1991. Newsbank, the company that brings us The Plain Dealer, is currently providing a trial for full-text newspapers from around the country. 

Patrons can now meet one-on-one with a College Now Greater Cleveland Advisor to learn more about post-secondary options and scholarships for adult learners at Euclid Library every Tuesday from 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM.

Euclid Public Library now offers LibCal, a new online meeting room reservation platform patrons can use to schedule meeting rooms remotely. Euclid Public Library and CLEVNET cardholders can book and check the availability of meeting rooms at EPL any time of day from any computer or mobile device.

Prepare for the upcoming travel season and apply for your passport at the Euclid Public Library. U.S. citizens planning international travel may apply for their passports at EPL between the following hours: Monday – Thursday from 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM Friday from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Saturday from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Sundays (October-May) from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.   

The Moon

When you look out at the night sky, the moon is the brightest thing you can see.  Just like the Earth orbits around the Sun, the Moon spins around us.  It is much smaller than the Earth.  In fact, 50 Moons could fit inside the Earth!  The Moon doesn’t shine on its own.  Light from the Sun shines on the Moon, and that is what makes it look bright in the night sky.  Gray rocks, dust and craters cover the surface of the Moon.  The same side of the Moon always faces the Earth, so before astronauts travelled there, no one had ever seen the far side of the Moon.  In 1969, astronauts put an Americ

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