February Programs at Euclid Public Library

Harlem Renaissance
Wednesday, February 7
12:00 PM / Shore Room

Bring a brown bag lunch, travel back in time to bustling New York City of the 1920s, and discover the art, literature, and music produced by African Americans living in Harlem during this period. Participants are introduced to artists such as Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, and photographer James Van Der Zee, as well as to the poetry of Langston Hughes. This interactive videoconference is presented by the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Love Your Heart Program
Tuesday, February 13
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM / Lake Room 12:00 – 12:30 PM Screening

Protecting the heart against disease is vital for leading a healthy, active life. There are several things we can do to ensure the health of our heart. Join Cleveland Clinic caregivers as they share tips, provide free health screenings, and discuss hypertension and what you need to know to reduce your risk for heart disease. To register, call (216) 692- 8969 or online at clevelandclinic.org/ComeLearnWithUS.

Huck Finn
Thursday, February 15
7:00 PM / Lake & Shore Rooms

Great Lakes Theater is coming to Euclid! Join us as we see professional actors bring one of America’s classic stories to life. The performance is fully staged with sets, costumes, and live music. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to see incredible actors and a family-friendly message of acceptance and inclusion. This performance was meticulously and specifically designed for children in Grades 3 – 8. Registration required.

African American Quilt and Doll Guild
Wednesday, February 21
6:30 PM / Lake Room

The Friends of the Euclid Public Library welcome the African American Quilt and Doll Guild for a fascinating presentation about the historical significance of art storytelling through quilting, cloth doll making, and needlework. Founded in 2005, the NE Ohio based association’s mission is to embrace and share the African American culture and traditions through multiple forms of art.

Meet the Author: Jason Lloyd
Monday, February 26
7:00 PM / Lake Room

Jason Lloyd author of The Blueprint has covered the Cleveland Cavs for seven years, first for the Akron Beacon Journal and now for the website The Athletic. His first book chronicles the Cavs attempts to convince LeBron James to return home from his time in Miami - attempts that ended with (spoiler alert!) the Cavs winning Cleveland’s first major sports championship in 52 years. Listen to the author’s stories from his years covering the Cavs.
For a complete listing of programming, please visit http://euclidlibrary.org/

Ashley Gowens

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

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