80th Anniversary Oak Tree Planting
Saturday, May 2
2:00pm – front lawn
Please join us for the planting of a commemorative oak tree to represent our 80th anniversary as a public library serving Euclid! We’re proud that our library has served so long and we want to celebrate with a symbol of 80 years – an oak! tree Join us, rain or shine, in front of the library where the Shade Tree Commission dedicates the oak tree. Our Friends of the Library and the Library’s Foundation will both be on hand to serve light refreshments.
1930s Beer, Prohibition and Serial Murder
Friday, August 14
6:30 – 8:30pm
Our Euclid Library Foundation is proud to host another evening of beer tasting and local history. This time, our focus is on the year when our library began! In 1935 Eliot Ness became Cleveland’s Safety Director and he had a big job on his hands! The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run was terrorizing the city!
Join local history experts Rebecca McFarland, Mark W. Stone and Dr. James Badal as they recount the years when Ness came to town and did his best to clean up corruption! We’ve had a superhero theme all summer, some might say this event qualifies as well!
Tickets are $25 per person and will be available beginning Monday, July 27. We’ll have beer (Eliot Ness, of course) and heavy hors d’ oeuvres. You must be over 21 to attend this event. Deadline for tickets is Monday, August 10.