September Programs at The Euclid Public Library
The Beatles in Cleveland
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 7:00 PM / Shore Room
Relive the excitement of Beatlemania when John, Paul, George, and Ringo visit Cleveland for two of the wildest concerts in rock ’n’ roll history. Author Dave Schwensen will take you behind the scenes and on stage with The Fab Four through insider stories, rare concert films, never-before-published photos, and memorabilia.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 2:00 PM / Lake Room
Ahoy, mateys! Join us for fun on the high seas as we celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day with pirate games, seafaring songs, and activities worth their weight in gold doubloons! Registration begins September 2. Space is limited. (Grades K – 3)
Most Likely to Succeed Film
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 6:00 PM / EHS Little Theater
Join EPL and the Euclid City Schools for a viewing of the acclaimed film Most Likely to Succeed, a documentary offering an inspiring look at what students and teachers are capable of—if we have the vision and courage to transform our schools. After the viewing, join us for a panel discussion among educators, administrators, parents, and students about how current obstacles can be overcome and steps towards change can be taken on a local level. Please visit mltsfilm.org for more information about the film.
The Opiate Drug Crises in Cuyahoga County
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 7:00 PM / Shore Room
The opiate drug overdose rate is rising. Cuyahoga County will lose over 700 lives to overdose death in 2017. Opiate drugs are very addictive! Are you or your loved ones at risk? Please join us to learn more about the current crisis, why people become addicted, the causes of the crisis, and what we can do to reduce the risk. We will also touch briefly on a few other current illicit drug trends on the streets. Presented by Drug Awareness and Prevention Inc.
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