February Programs at Euclid Public Library
Arm Chair Travel: Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Tuesday, February 5
2:00 PM / Lake Room
HBCUs have been a path of promise toward the American dream for more than 150 years. Resistance and refusing to be denied a higher education created a set of institutions that would influence and shape this country for centuries to come. Join us for a documentary, which examines the evolution of these unique organizations, beginning in 1837 with the "Institute for Colored Youth," up through today's campuses.
Planning a Family Vacation
Monday, February 11
6:00 PM/ Lake Room
It's never too early to start planning your summer vacation! Mouse Made Simple will teach tips and tricks to plan a vacation and doing so with a budget in mind. This program is geared toward families with children, but all are welcome! No registration required but space is limited.
Love Your Heart
Wednesday, February 20
7:00 PM / Lake Room
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America. About 92 million people in the U.S. have some form of heart/cardiovascular disease. Many of these deaths and risk factors are preventable, especially hypertension (high blood pressure). Join us as Donna Walker, RN, CNP, from Euclid Hospital explains why managing your high blood pressure is one way to control your heart disease.
Fireside Chat: Councilwoman Laura Gorshe
Thursday, February 28
6:00 PM / Fireplace
Join us for a chat with Euclid City Councilwoman Laura Gorshe to hear what is going on in the City this winter.
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