March Events at the Memorial-Nottingham Library

GED CLASSES, every Tuesday and Thursday, at 10:15am. FREE GED classes will be taught at the library through a partnership with Tri-C. What you need to do: Sign up for orientation. Attend the orientation. And return for the classes.  Call the Memorial-Nottingham Library at 216-623-7039 to register.

HELP SIGNING UP FOR THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT every Wednesday, 10:00am – 2:00pm. There will be Enrollment Assisters available every Wednesday at the library to answer your questions about the Affordable Care Act, and help you with the enrollment process on the government web site: No appointment is required, and there will be help one-on-one help, for people who attend.

CROCHET CIRCLE, every Wednesday, 2:00pm.  Crafting and community outreach: join us to enjoy the company of other crafters and make items for the Warm-Up Cleveland campaign, the “Crafting for a good cause” program that distributes new donated items (with price tags attached), and washed and “Donations of washable yarn, knitting needles or crochet hooks” to local charities. You can also drop off items at any Cleveland Public Library location. Call 216-623-2921 for more information. Everyone welcome.

YOUTH PROGRAM:  LEARN HOW TO USE THE CPL RESEARCH DATABASE, Wednesday, March 12th, 11:30am-1:00pm.  This program will help you discover how easy it is to use the research area on the CPL web site, to gather information or to do research and complete all your papers and reports.

The Memorial-Nottingham Library is located at: 17109 Lake Shore Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44110.  Phone: 216-623-7039.  Open: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 10:00am - 7:00pm, and Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 10:00am - 6:00pm. Closed Sunday

Jeanne Coppola

March Events at the Memorial-Nottingham LibraryJeanne Coppola is a resident of the Collinwood neighborhood, and is interested in art and writing. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Cleveland State University, where she was a writer for the multi-cultural student magazine, "The Vindicator."

Jeanne is pleased to be able to write for "The Collinwood Observer," and offer her comments and opinions for this new and exciting community newspaper.

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Volume 6, Issue 2, Posted 6:48 PM, 03.14.2014