February Events at Memorial-Nottingham Library

Free GED Classes, Every Monday and Wednesday, all month, at 10:15 a.m. (For Adults). These GED classes are FREE.  They are offered in conjunction with  a partnership with Tri-C, but to take the classes, registration is required. Please call the Memorial-Nottingham Library at 216-623-7039 to register, and for further information.

I Give You My Heart, Thursday February 12,2015 at 3:30 p.m.  (For kids). This will be a fun class that will  teach kids how to make pretty Valentines Day cards.  Children will learn how to trace and cut out beautiful patterns, and use them to create lovely Valentine's Day cards and decorations, for all their family and friends.

Russian Book Club, Saturday, February 7, 2015 (For adults and seniors). This will be a discussion, in the Russian language, about the book "Dom v Passi" by Boris Zaitsev.

Jeanne Coppola

Jeanne 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 7, Issue 2, Posted 10:04 PM, 02.05.2015