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Fri & Sat: 9am - 6pm
Sun: 1pm - 5pm

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27333 Center Ridge Rd
Westlake, OH
44145-3925

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Small Busine$$ Lunch & Learn: Funding Your Non-Profit

Small Business Lunch and Learn

Are there grants available to finance your non-profit business? Learn how to search for grant opportunities, assess whether you meet the eligibility requirements and how to approach writing an application.

Thursday, February 23
12:00-1:30pm
in the Porter Room

Register online, call 440-250-5460 or stop by any public service desk to sign up.

Donuts with Dave

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Questions, comments or concerns about our state government? Join State Representative Dave Greenspan for coffee, donuts, and an opportunity for a one-on-one conversation about how Dave can better serve you!

Saturday, February 25
10:00am-12:30pm
in the Dover Room

All constituents are welcome, no appointment necessary!

Sunday Sounds: Red Light Roxy SOLD OUT!

We have reached the limit of 50 people signed up for this program!

The Friends of WPPL present a very special Sunday Sounds Luncheon and Performance by Red Light Roxy on Sunday, February 26 at 1:30pm in the Porter Room.

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Red Light Roxy is a professional band from Cleveland, Ohio that plays an upbeat mix of jazz, jump blues, swing, boogie-woogie and a dash of old-school R&B, including familiar songs made famous by such legendary performers as Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Ray Charles.

Love Reading! Adult Winter Reading Program 2017

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The 2017 Winter Reading Program for Adults begins Sunday, January 29 and continues until Saturday, February 25. Join anytime while the program is going on and read at your own pace.

  • Read/listen to any book. You may read fiction, non-fiction, ebooks, on the computer, listen to an audiobook or downloadable recorded book, or a Playaway.
  • Count any reading you have done during the program dates.
  • Fill out an entry form either online or at the library for each book you read.

There will be weekly prize drawings from all entries.

Adult Coloring

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Looking to reduce your stress and anxiety while increasing your mindfulness? Come color with us! We'll provide coloring pages, colored pencils, and cookies. Open to adults 18 and over.

Monday, February 27
7:00-8:30pm
in the Dover Room

Please register online, call 440-250-5460 or stop by any public service desk to sign up.

Horror Film Club

Bedlam starring Boris Karloff with Anna Lee

Are you scared yet? The Horror Film Club invites you to join us Wednesday, March 1st at 6:30pm in the Dover Room for our next creepy classic from the Vault... if you dare!

In our next film, a beautiful young woman attempts to bring reform to the notorious Bedlam Asylum. However, her efforts attract the attention of the cruel Master Simms, who runs Bedlam, and who has her admitted as a patient in order to silence her. Starring Boris Karloff and Anna Lee.

Register online, call 440-250-5462 or stop by any public service desk to sign up. New members are always welcome, but children under 13 should be accompanied by an adult.

Drug & Alcohol Awareness: How the Birds Stop Singing

Cover of How the Birds Stop Singing by Jamile Wakim Fleming MDDr. Jamile Wakim Fleming will discuss her book How the Birds Stop Singing, her firsthand account of the dangers of alcohol and drug use. Dr. Fleming's book was written with the goal of helping teens refrain from using any form of addictive substance. The program is open to teens and adults.

Tuesday, March 7
7:00-8:00pm
in the Porter Room

Register online, call 440-250-5460 or stop by any public service desk to sign up.

Researching Your Roots: Genealogy.com

Drawing of a tree with roots below the grassJoin us for an intro to other online resources that can be used in addition to Ancestry.com. Bring the names and dates of relatives that you do know. This class will have on-line experience.

Tuesday, March 14
1:30-3:00pm
in the Computer Training Lab

Register online, call 440-250-5460 or stop by any public service desk to sign up. Only 12 computers are available and they will be assigned to the first 12 enrolled.

Ohio's Unsung Heroines: Ohio Women in the Civil War

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Join us for a dynamic, gripping presentation highlighting the endeavors of women during the Civil War. Cathie Clager and Rita Wolansky will tell interesting and riveting stories of female spies, soldiers, doctors, nurses, abolitionists, wives and mothers, all from a woman’s perspective.

Tuesday, March 14
7:00-8:30pm
in the Dover Room

Register online, call 440-250-5460 or stop by any public service desk to sign up.

DNA-Tested: An Overview of DNA & Three Testing Companies

DNA double-helix in the shape of a treePlease join the Cuyahoga West Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society on Wednesday, March 15 from 6:30-8:30pm in the Porter Room. Mary Jamba, Ohio Genealogical Society Trustee, will present DNA-Tested: An Overview of DNA & Three Testing Companies beginning at 7:00pm. Social time with refreshments begins at 6:30pm.

 

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