the Library or to the Shaker Library Fund
of the Cleveland Foundation should call
Library Director Luren Dickinson
(216-367-3001) or email him at
Donations to the
Local History Collection
Shaker resident and author John C.
Anderson donated five of his books,
including Girty: The Legend; Free Love;
Holly Goforth: Book One: The Stalking; Holly
Goforth: Book Two: The Revenge, and Holly
Goforth: Book Three: Revival.
Marsha Spitz donated one copy of 75
Years: An Informal History of Shaker Heights,
and Shaker Heights High School Gristmill
yearbooks for 1963 and 1964; three issues
of The Shakerite newspaper from 1963,
1964, and 1965; and the 1963 issue of
Semanteme, the literary magazine.
Kim Price donated a 2006 Alumni
Directory from Bowling Green University.
George Weiner donated The Van
Sweringen Developments in Cleveland (1968)
by Joseph G. Blake; A Study in Regional
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Planning: Shaker Heights, The Garden Suburb
in America (1978) by Bruce E. Lynch; and
The Physical Development of Shaker Heights
(1981) by Patricia J. Forgac.
To donate material to the Local History
Collection call Local History Librarian
Meghan Hays (216-367-3016) or email her
ABLE/ GED Classes meet from 9:15
am-12:15 pm Tuesday and Thursday
mornings in the Main Library Teen Center.
Call 216-371-7138 to register for this free
GED test prep class.
English in Action, a free program
for those seeking to learn to read and speak
English, meets at 7 pm Tuesdays on the
second floor of the Main Library.
Knit Mornings are held from 10 am
to noon Wednesdays, February 5 and March
5 at Main Library. Knit Nights are held
from 7-8:45 pm Wednesdays, January 15,
February 19, and March 19 at Woods Branch.
Bring a project and get or give help during
these creative opportunities at the Library.
Monday Morning Jumpstart, a
jobs club for those seeking employment
moderated by Bonnie Dick, Founder of
the Career Transition Center, meets from
10 am to noon every Monday at Main
Library. Participants gather leads through
networking and discuss up-to-date job
search techniques, new trends, as well as job
fairs and open positions.
Christine Fuller and Marlyn Josselson
from H & R Block Tax Services will be
at Main Library from 2-4 pm Sunday,
January 26 to staff their popular Ask
a Tax Advisor table. Both women are
Shaker residents and enjoy helping others
in making the tax preparation process
painless. Stop by and ask your tax question.
No reservations are required.
January 20 – Dr. Martin Luther King Day.
March 21 – Libraries open at 10:30 am for
staff meeting. SL
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CO-ED CAMPS FOR CHILDREN
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FOR GRADES 3-12
June 16 - August 8, 2014
Call 216.464.0154 or register online
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