Programs at the Euclid Public Library

Ruth Etting portrayed by Julie Warren of Women In History with the Friends of the Euclid Public Library and Director Kacie Armstrong.

Resumes That Get Results

Monday, April 10

6:30 PM / Shore Room

When looking for a job, you must become a salesperson and sell yourself to your next employer. Your most valuable sales tool is a well-designed, targeted resume. Competition is tough, and employers are swamped with resumes for every position they post. Attend this workshop to learn how to catch an employer’s attention and make them want to interview you. Please call 261- 5300 ext.0 to make a reservation.

Botanical Fairy Flowerpots

Wednesday, April 12

7:00 PM / Erie Room

Celebrate spring with a fun, creative, hands-on project! Create your fairy flower pot to add a touch of whimsy to your home or garden. All materials will be provided. Please call 261-5300 ext.0 to make a reservation.

Author Visit: Diane Stresing

Wednesday, April 19

7:00 PM / Shore Room

Join Diane Stresing, author of 60 Hikes within 60 Miles of Cleveland, for a lively virtual tour of some of NE Ohio’s best hiking trails. As your guide, Diane talks about different types of terrain, hikes that are good for kids, urban hikes, adventurous hikes, and why even just plain strolling (or sitting on a park bench!) is good for you. Bring your questions and tales from your trail adventures to share with fellow hikers.

Cooking with Young Chefs Academy

Monday, April 24

6:30 – 7:30 PM / Shore Room

Young Chefs Academy will teach us some basic preparation and cooking skills. Come and enjoy this interactive culinary experience. Space is limited, and registration begins April 10. Please call 261-5300 ext.450 to register. (Grades 2 – 8)

Open Mic Poetry Night

Monday, April 24

6:30 PM / Lake Room

Celebrate National Poetry Month this April with an Open Mic Poetry Night! Bring an original poem to share or just come ready to listen. Readings are for poets ages 16 and older, but the event is open to all poetry lovers! Sign-ups start at 6:30 PM; Poetry readings begin at 7 PM. Light refreshments and a welcoming atmosphere will be provided! Sponsored by our Friends of the Euclid Public Library

For a complete listing of April programs and event, visit

Ashley Gowens

I proudly serve the Euclid community as the Marketing & Communications Manager for the Euclid Public Library.

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