February Programs at Euclid Public Library
Armchair Travel: The History of African American Entrepreneurship
Tuesday, February 4
2:00 PM / Shore Room
The history of business and entrepreneurship lies at the heart of the American story, but often absent from that narrative are the experiences of African Americans. Join us for a documentary that traces the lives of African American entrepreneurs over 150 years.
A Journey of Genealogy Stories: Following the Clues to African American Family History Research
Thursday, February 6
7:00 PM / Lake Room
Join us for an evening of stories about African American genealogical research with Dr. Deborah A. Abbott of the African American Genealogical Society, Cleveland. Dr. Abbott will share the tools and methods she used to travel through the journey of life and share what she has learned about not only herself but also some well-known names from Cleveland's history.
Dog Man Fans
Wednesday, February 12
6:00 PM / Shore Room
Are you a fan of Dog Man? Please join us for games and activities that celebrate this wacky series!
Jeopardy - Black History
(Teen Program – Register Today!)
Tuesday, February 18 & 25
2:30 PM / Lake Room
How well do you know Black History? Come out and test your knowledge with a teammate or by yourself. There will be a prize for the winner!
Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
Tuesday, February 18
4:00 PM / Fireplace
This documentary was released just two months before the Nobel and Pulitzer prize-winning author’s death. Through a trove of archival material, works of contemporary art, and interviews revisit her famed books and learn about the inspiration for her writing. This program is followed by a discussion of her most well-known novel, Beloved at 6:00 PM.
For a complete listing of programming, please visit www.euclidlibrary.org.
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