November Programs at Euclid Public Library

The Town of Bluestone

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

7:00 PM/ Lake Room

You do not have to travel to the Wild West to find an abandoned ghost town. A Cleveland Metroparks naturalist will be here to tell the tale of the lost town of “Bluestone” and Euclid Creek where sandstone was quarried to help build many local landmarks and infrastructure.

Polar Bear Island - Meet the Author (EPL Kids)

Monday, November 12, 2018

7:00 PM / Lake Room

Join us as author/storyteller Lindsay Bonilla shares her new picture book POLAR BEAR ISLAND — the tale of Kirby, an adventurous penguin, and Parker, the grumpy polar bear who doesn’t want her on his island. Lindsay will bring her book to life with audience-participation, fun props, and costumes. Books will be available for purchase and Lindsay will answer questions and sign books at the conclusion of the performance.
No registration required, but space is limited.

Living History: The Normandy Invasion

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

7:00 PM / Lake Room

Join us for an evening of fun and learning as we view the World War II Normandy Invasion and combat action through the eyes of a U.S. soldier from the fifth Rangers. Presenter Peter Booth, will give a first-person account and bring in personal military memorabilia that belonged to his mother and father. Both of Peter’s parents served in the United States Army during World War II. Sponsored by the Euclid Public Library Foundation.

Kids Cook: No-Bake Holiday (EPL Kids)

Saturday, November 17, 2018

2:00 PM / Shore Room

Our budding cooks will learn a new no bake cookie recipe that can be used for holiday cookies and family events. Allergy Warning: Nut butter and chocolate will be used in this program. Ages 3 -7. Registration begins November 3.

Ashley Gowens

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

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Volume 9, Issue 11, Posted 12:01 PM, 11.04.2018