On Sunday, June 24, Cleveland Public Library will participate in Common Ground, the Cleveland Foundation’s day of community conversation that will feature more than 100 discussions throughout Northeast Ohio. All Common Ground events include a free meal and will surround the central theme “Why does place matter?” The Library is excited to be involved with three Common Ground discussions:
First, in collaboration with the Tri-C Metro Student Life Office, Rice (and Rockport) Branches are hosting discussions about social media’s effect on your well-being and your community. Are you consuming healthy social media options or “junk food”? This discussion will be hosted at both branches from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Register at one of the above links to join the conversation, enjoy the provided meal, and meeting and chatting with others—no prep needed!
Next, from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Cleveland Public Library is part of another conversation, “Traveling Outside Our Community and How It Changes Us,” held at the Jerry Sue Thornton Center at 2500 East 22nd Street. Registration is available here.
Visit https://nvite.com/community/clevelandfoundation for complete information about Common Ground and all conversations, or contact Shayna Muckerheide at 216-623-2921 with questions about the Library’s events.