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Peninsula Library Programs, www.peninsulalibrary.org, 330-657-2291.
Visit our Museum! Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum is a branch of the Peninsula Library and Historical Society organized for the purpose of interpreting and promoting the area`s history through permanent and special exhibits. The museum is located in the Boston Township Hall, 1775 Main Street, Second Floor. The hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday from Noon to 5:00PM and the phone number is 330-657-2665.
Learn how Quarried Stone was Transported at the Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum. Stone from Peninsula area quarries was transported by various methods. After the Ohio and Erie Canal opened in 1827, stone was transported by boat. After the Valley Railway opened in 1880, stone was shipped by rail. The most enduring (and stress inducing) method to transport stone was via horse and wagon on local roads. Stop in the Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum to learn more about the Stone Quarries in Peninsula.
Classic Movie Night, First Thursday at 6:30PM.
September 1 – Stella Dallas 1937, United Artists – featuring Barbara Stanwyck, who earned the first of her four Academy Award Nominations for this role.
Tuesday Evening Book Club Second Tuesday at 6:30PM.
September 13 – My sister the serial killer. By Oyinkan Braithwatie.
Getting Started with Medicare - Thursday, September 22 6:00PM to 7:30PM.
Getting Started with Medicare is presented by Laura Mutsko, a Certified Senior Adviser and Medicare Supplement Accredited Adviser. She will highlight when and where to apply for Medicare, what decisions you will need to make, what Medicare covers, cost of Medicare, and the difference between original Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans. This class will be in person, please wear your mask. Reservations are requested, please call the library at 330-657-2291 or email email@example.com.
Wednesday Afternoon Book Club Fourth Wednesday at 1:30PM. September 28 – Sankofa. By Chibundu Onuzo.