November Programs at the Euclid Public Library
Repurposing Old Books: Holiday Edition
Thursday, November 9
7:00 PM / Lake Room
Give new life to an old book. Join us as we make notecards from repurposed book pages and decorate them with rubberstamping or cut-out shapes. Participants will be able to make multiple cards. Other examples of repurposed book crafts will be shown. All supplies will be provided. Please call (216) 261-5300 ext. 0 to make a reservation.
Monday, November 13
7:00 PM / Shore Room
With so many resources available, beginning your journey into genealogical research can be pretty daunting. Certified Genealogist Cynthia Turk, who has over 20 years of experience, will be here to speak on what she has learned over the years, offer tips and answer questions.
Community Prevention Education: The Opiate Crisis
Monday, November 27
5:30 – 6:30 PM / Lake Room
Drug awareness and prevention promote healthy lifestyles. Please bring your youth and join us for this interactive community awareness presentation. No registration required. (Families with children grades K – 6)
A Visit to the Euclid High School Planetarium!
Thursday, November 30
3:30 PM / Children’s Library
Join EHS science teacher Matthew Young for a guided tour of the cosmos. We will meet in the Children’s Library and walk over to the High School together. Registration required and begins November 16. Space is limited. (Ages 8 – 12)
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