Where/When: , 10 a.m. Friday
Why Go: Dozens of people from nations across the globe will take the oath as America's newest citizens at the Mentor home of President James A. Garfield.
This moving event is free and open to the public.
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Where/When: , 7 p.m. today (Thursday
Why Go: Les Roberts, the author behind the Milan Jacovich series, will be speaking and signing copies of his newest book, Whiskey Island, at the library
Whiskey Island is Roberts' 16th book following Jacovich – a Stroh's-drinking, klobasa-eating private investigator from Cleveland who is a magnetic north for trouble.
In the new novel, Cleveland city councilman Bert Loftus -- a man with a rapacious appetite for good food, flashy suits, and Las Vegas call girls -- is made the target of media scrutiny and an FBI investigation that may end his career.
Convinced that someone is trying to kill him, Loftus turns to Milan and his partner Kevin O'Bannion -- a military veteran with a quick temper -- for help.
Pricing: Free to attend but the library asks that people register beforehand. They can do so on the library's website or by calling 440-255-8811.
Where/When:29717 Euclid Ave, Wickliffe, 3 p.m. Sunday
Why Go: The Suicide Prevention Education Alliance goes into local schools and teaches about depression and suicide prevention.
This fundraiser is in honor of Jessica Boothe who took her own life in Eastlake at the age of 16.
There will be an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner with performances by former American Idol top-5 finalist Scott Savol.
Please contact Julie Boothe-Rhodes for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pricing: $12 per person
Where/When: , 9 a.m. Saturday
Why Go: Looking for new cleats for the kids? Maybe a tennis racket?
Or maybe you just want to see what treasures other parents and grandparents are unloading.
Swing by and see what might be right for your children.
Where/When: , 11 a.m. Saturday
Why Go: The Garfield and the Civil War Tour discusses the Civil War career of James A. Garfield and that of his brother-in-law, Joe Rudolph. After learning about Garfield's experience at the Battle of Chickamauga and Sandy Valley, the tour moves to the third floor suite in the Garfield Home, where General Rudolph lived with his family during the late 19th and early 20th century.
The tour is about 90 minutes and begins at the Visitor Center. Reservations are required. Participants must be 16 years or older.