Coloring Therapy for the Holiday
The Boards of the Euclid Public Library Foundation and Friends of the Euclid Public Library are actively seeking new members. Board members share a common goal to stimulate interest in the library, its many services, activities, and needs.
The Euclid Public Library Foundation is partnering with AmazonSmile to help raise funds. A percentage of every purchase you make on smile.amazon.com will be donated back to the library! To shop at AmazonSmile simply go to smile.amazon.com from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. Tens of millions of products on AmazonSmile are eligible for donations. You will see eligible products marked “Eligible for AmazonSmile donation” on their product detail pages. On your first visit to AmazonSmile, you need to select the “Euclid Public Library Foundation” before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make will result in a donation. AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible purchases.
Euclid Public Library now offers LibCal, a new online meeting room reservation platform patrons can use to schedule meeting rooms remotely. Euclid Public Library and CLEVNET cardholders can book and check the availability of meeting rooms at EPL any time of day from any computer or mobile device.
This #GivingTuesday, the Euclid Public Library Foundation will celebrate giving by hosting a special social media campaign to bring awareness to all the many ways the Euclid Public Library supports our community.
Dust off your spatulas! It's time for our annual cookie-baking contest on Saturday, November 10 sponsored by our Friends of the Library. Contestants can drop off their entries between 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM. Judging will begin promptly at 1:00, and winners will be announced at 2:30 PM. Contestants will win two prizes for each category, the first prize of $50 and the second prize of $25. Drop off two dozen of your best cookies, an entry form, and a copy of your recipe to enter the contest. Entry forms are available at the library and on our website now. Limit one entry per person.
The Board of the Friends of the Euclid Public Library is actively seeking new members. Board members share a common goal to stimulate interest in the library, its many services, activities, and needs.
The Town of Bluestone
Discussion Series: How America Got Its Guns by William Briggs
Because of library champions like you, Euclid Public Library continues to transform lives through funding graciously donated to the Euclid Public Library Foundation. This is achieved through annual campaigns to increase awareness and raise monetary support for programming and services. In total, your year-end gifts have raised more than $16,000 in funding for programs, technology, author visits, and much more on behalf of the library since the campaign’s launch in 2016.
Lost Cleveland with Laura DeMarco
Congratulations to Board Trustee Jerry McPherson on his re-appointment to the Euclid Library Board. Euclid School District Board Members approved his term at the June 8, 2018, regular Board meeting. This will be a second 7-year term for Trustee McPherson, and we truly appreciate his dedication and service to the Euclid Public Library and our community.
Euclid Public Library will upgrade our telephone system this fall. Starting in September, new phones will be installed throughout the library. This means that our telephone extensions will change. Currently, we have a three-digit extension, but it will soon change to a four-digit extension. The main (2160 261-5300 will remain the same.
Please join EPL for a reading and talk with New York Times bestselling author Renée Watson on Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 6:30 PM in the Lake and Shore Rooms. Renée will discuss her life as an author, educator, and activist whose work centers around the lived experiences of black girls and women, and explores themes of home, identity, and the intersections of race, class, and gender. Renée's most recent young adult release, Piecing Me Together, just received the Coretta Scott King Award and a Newbery Honor. Renée will also read from her other acclaimed titles include Betty Before X, This Side of Home, and Harlem's Little Blackbird. No registration required but space is limited. Arrive on time to claim your spot. Doors will open at 6:00 PM.
Euclid Public Library cardholders now have access to the popular Lynda.com online database and the innovative online tutorial platform, Niche Academy.
Euclid Public Library strives to foster a welcoming environment while encouraging patrons to use the facility to cultivate discovery, lifelong learning, and enrichment. To preserve that opportunity, the library expects all patrons to be respectful of each other and behave in a manner that does not disrupt other patrons or staff.
Gaming @ the Library
Saturday, August 11
2:00 PM / Babbitt & Erie Rooms
Euclid Public Library wants to help you access the world beyond our walls. Stop by the checkout desk today to borrow a mobile hotspot and stay connected to the internet at home and on the road without using your data plan. Mobile hotspots are easy to use and allow your devices like phones, tablets or laptops to connect to the internet through Sprint’s 4G network. Check out mobile hotspots the same way you would a movie, book or CD. There are some restrictions, and hotspots are limited. Visit www.euclidlibrary.org/services/mobilehotspots or stop by the library for more information.
Please join us for what promises to be an exciting and memorable evening with eight-time Emmy Award-winning journalist Romona Robinson on Thursday, July 19 at 6:30 PM in the Lake & Shore Rooms. Romona has been a newscaster in Cleveland for thirty years and is a member of the Press Club of Cleveland’s Hall of Fame. Romona’s recent book, A Dirt Road to Somewhere, will be available to purchase.
Roots to Rock with Roots of American Music
In partnership with CLEVNET and the Cleveland Public Library Digital Library, Euclid Public Library announces the launch of its historical online digital scrapbook collection, highlighting more than sixty-five years of library and community history. The first phase of the digitization project, powered by CLEVNET, commenced in 2017 and was completed in early 2018.
In partnership with CLEVNET and the Cleveland Digital Public Library (CDPL), Euclid Public Library announces the launch of its historical online digital scrapbook collection, highlighting more than sixty-five years of library and community history. The first phase of the digitization project, powered by the CDPL, commenced in 2017 and was completed in early 2018.
On Friday, May 18, 2018, Euclid Public Library Outreach Department Supervisor Jennifer Lottes and Associate Maureen Wilson hosted the library's annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon. Volunteers from several Euclid groups including the Euclid Public Library Board of Trustees, 'Friends of the Library,' Euclid Public Library Foundation and Euclid Hill Villa attended. The honored guests were recognized for their ongoing support of the library through fundraising and community outreach efforts.
In addition to hosting the bi-annual Friends Book Sales and fundraisers (Euclid Public Library Foundation), the honored guests, such as Euclid Hill Villa, were recognized for their service. Since 1978, EPL has housed a collection of library books at Euclid Hill Villa senior apartment building. The library is staffed exclusively by volunteers from the apartment building and is open and available to Euclid Hill Villa residents two days a week. EPL currently supplies 70 books and 80 DVDs to the site each month. Volunteers receive these items, staff the library, check materials in and out to residents, and maintain records and statistics. This site also houses donations from residents, resulting in a robust collection of favorite books and movies.
Thank you to the library's Trustees, 'Friends of the Library,' Foundation, and Outreach volunteers! We appreciate all the time and energy you dedicate to supporting the library.
Afro-Latin and Caribbean Dance
Small Business Breakfast
This spring, EPL, and the other CLEVNET libraries began automatic renewals of books, CDs, DVDs, and other physical materials without holds for patrons. The new service hopes to potentially reduce overdue fines and allow patrons to check out items longer easily. The system will attempt to renew materials automatically one day before an item is due – you will no longer need to call the library to renew.
The Euclid Public Library Foundation is excited to announce this year’s annual fundraiser, Miniature Golf at the Library adult-only event on Friday, May 11, 2018, from 5:30 – 9:00 PM to support the many services and resources EPL provides. Bring your favorite foursome and attempt an eagle or a hole-in-one throughout the library’s indoor course while supporting a good cause, as all proceeds from the evening’s event will go to the Euclid Public Library Foundation.
Book lovers and bargain hunters alike are in for a treat when the Friends of the Euclid Public Library host their annual Spring Book Sale, Friday, April 27, through Sunday, April 29, at the Euclid Public Library, 631 E. 222nd Street.
This week, EPL joins libraries nationwide in celebrating the many ways libraries lead their communities through the transformative services, programs, and expertise they offer.
Last month, Euclid Public Library launched its new computer sign-on and printing system for library patrons. In alignment with the other CLEVNET libraries, users now have the ability to login to any computer at the library using their library card and bypass daily time limits when no one else is waiting.