July Young Adult & Children's Programs

Virtual Yoga Storytime 

Monday, July 6 

3:00 PM

Monday, July 27 

10:00 AM 

Join us for a special storytime that will get your body moving and stretching. Designed for kids Pre-K to 1st grade, this storytime will help develop body awareness, mindfulness, and a sense of calm. Parents and caregivers are also welcome to participate. No yoga mat needed, just an open patch of floor to sit on.  

Discovering Your Roots: Teen Family History Program 

Thursday, July 9 

3:00 PM 

Prepare to travel back in time. We are going to acquaint ourselves with family members who came before us. Using tools like census records, family interviews, and heirlooms, we will do our best to find our family's place in history. 

Community Support with Angela Flowers 

Saturday, July 11

1:30 PM

Do you need a safe space to exist, collect your thoughts, and share your pain as you mourn the loss of Black lives around the country? Join us for a community support conversation facilitated by Angela Flowers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LISW-S. Share your thoughts and experiences and receive comfort from fellow community members as you forge a path forward. 

Virtual Pajama Party Storytime 

Thursday, July 9 

6:00 PM 

Get on your jammies and bring your favorite stuffed animal for a virtual pajama party! Together we'll enjoy some bedtime stories, sing some songs, and have a special stuffed animal show and tell. Ages 3-7. 


Virtual Comic Book Club for Teens 

Thursday, July 16 

3:00 PM 

Looking for a place to read and explore your favorite superheroes and supervillains? Have you ever tried to create your own superhero or supervillain? How would they match up against Captain Marvel or Superman? This is the perfect place for us to talk about all things superhero. Hope to see you there. 

Virtual Reading Buddies 

Thursday, July 16 


Reading practice with Ms. Jessica. All ages welcome, although geared toward grades K-3.  

Virtual Visit with Mindy McGinnis on Instagram Live 

Monday, July 20 

3:00 PM 

Mindy McGinnis is the author of several acclaimed books for young adults, including The Female of the Species, Heroine, and A Madness So Discreet. Rising 8th graders might recognize Mindy's name from the summer reading list. Her book Not a Drop to Drink is on the list! 

Join Mr. Ray as he chats with Mindy on Instagram Live about her books and what it's like to be an author. No registration required -- tune in at 3:00 PM on the library's Instagram page @euclid_library. You can type any questions you have for Mindy in the chatbox during the program. 


Virtual Origami Party 

Wednesday, July 29 

4:00 PM 

Do you have paper at home? Well, that's all you need for our program to learn how to make awesome origami creations. We will follow a couple of different patterns and end up with a paper airplane, a fortune teller, a flower, and a dog. Folding paper has never been quite so fun! 

Please visit https://www.euclidlibrary.org/libcalendar for more information and programs. Unless noted, all programs are hosted on the Zoom platform. Participants must register online. Please visit https://www.euclidlibrary.org/libcalendar and select the respective program to register for each event. 

Ashley Gowens

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

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