Polaris Open House features exciting new programs: Highlights



STRONGSVILLE, Ohio – Now more than ever, job seekers need the right skills to stay ahead of the competition. Polaris Career Center’s 14 Vocational and Vocational Adult Education programs help students quickly access exciting new careers.

High school seniors, recent graduates and adults exploring vocational training and career opportunities are invited to attend an open house at Polaris from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on August 4.

During this event, attendees can explore adult employment and vocational training program opportunities and learn more about financial aid, tuition payment plan, and federal student loans available to applicants. qualified.

Visitors are encouraged to visit the newly renovated laboratories and classrooms and participate in the program demonstrations. Additionally, Polaris instructors will be available to answer specific program and career questions.

Featured programs include:

  • Automotive service technician
  • Building maintenance
  • Cardiographic Technician
  • Academy of Cosmetology
  • Dental assistance
  • Early Childhood Education / Child Development Associate (CDA)
  • Heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC / R)
  • Manicure
  • Medical assistance
  • Medical billing and coding
  • Phlebotomy certification
  • Police academy
  • Precision / CNC machine technology
  • Welding

The Building Maintenance and Manicure programs are new this fall. Additionally, Polaris will launch a new Day Adult Police Academy option starting in January 2022.

Many popular programs fill up quickly, so interested students are encouraged to attend the open house to begin the registration process. Free entry. For more details or to arrange a personal visit, contact Theresa at 440-891-7697, tliska@polaris.edu or visit www.polaris.edu/openhouse.

All participants must park in the side parking lot and enter through the atrium. Polaris is located at 7285 Old Oak Blvd. in the heights of Middleburg.

The group plays on: The Strongsville Community Band will perform a series of outdoor concerts this summer on the lawn of Strongsville Middle School. They are free and open to everyone. The music will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Friday July 23 and August 6. Bring a blanket or lounge chair and enjoy the show.

The Strongsville City Jazz Swing Band will also perform at 7 p.m. on July 30 at the Ehrnfelt Senior Center. This show is also free and open to everyone.

Beck is back: The Beck Center for the Arts is pleased to announce its first live, in-person play since the start of the global pandemic, “This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing.”

Produced by Scott Spence, this show reminds us that we were all born of flesh and made of dreams. This tale brings to life the struggles and aspirations of three sisters: one travels the world to find her goal, the other seeks adventure and the third grows where she is planted. Years later, their travels converge in a pretty house in the woods, but with a earthy badger.

Experience this brilliant play – perfect for audiences young and old – with actress Derdriu Ring and director Eric Schmiedl as they ignite our imaginations.

Actress Derdriu Ring rehearses for “This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing,” the first live and in-person play since the start of the pandemic at the Beck Center for the Arts. (Photo courtesy of the Beck Center for the Arts)

In anticipation of welcoming theater patrons back to the new Senney Theater, the Beck Center has made a number of investments in HVAC and air filtration to provide a safe environment for patrons when they return to the theater.

The Actors Equity Association requires that masks be worn by all members of the public. Therefore, the Beck Center will require all staff, crew and members of the public to wear masks.

From July 23 to August 8, tickets are available for purchase at 216-521-2540, ext. 10 and beckcenter.org. Ticket prices start at $ 33 for adults, $ 29 for people aged 65 and over and $ 12 for students with valid ID. A service charge of $ 3 per single ticket will be applied at the time of purchase.

Akron Marathon: Following a successful launch of the Akron Marathon Run Series presented by Summa Health at the National Interstate 8k & 1 Mile in June, the Akron Marathon Charitable Corp. 25.

For the August 14 Goodyear Half Marathon and 10K, limited places are available for the 10K; for the flagship event of September 25, there are still limited places for the half marathon and relay events.

The Goodyear Half Marathon & 10k is the second event in the series. Participants will travel through Akron’s East End, explore the Goodyear campus and take a tour of the test track at Akron’s testing ground, which is closed to the public, before finishing under the catwalk at Goodyear World Headquarters .

For more information or volunteer opportunities for the other two race series events and race registration for the final event, visit AkronMarathon.org.

Composition of the library: Please note that the following August 2021 events take place virtually on Zoom and are presented by the Strongsville branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library. Registration and an email address are required for all events. Call 440-238-5530 to register or for more information. Customers can also visit www.cuyahogalibrary.org to register and see more information about library events.

English as a second language – 9:30 a.m. to noon Thursdays and Fridays. Aspire Greater Cleveland is once again teaching in-person classes to help non-native speakers learn English and validate their skills. Students must attend an ESOL / citizenship orientation session before starting ESOL or citizenship courses. If you would like to attend these ESOL courses, call Aspire at 833-277-4732 to register.

Computer lessons. The Cuyahoga County Public Library offers computer classes for beginners to advanced. Classes are currently conducted virtually using the Screenleap program, which requires a web browser and internet connection. There is no additional software to download. Google Chrome is the recommended browser. A valid email address is required for registration. Registrants will receive an email with a link to join the course at least one hour before the start time. Registrations open 30 days before the start of the course and end before the start of the course. To see a full list of classes, descriptions, and to register, visit https://www.cuyahogalibrary.org/Events/Computer-Classes/Virtual-Classes.aspx.

Take and make crafts at home. Stop by to see what is the current craft of the month to take away and make for all ages. Every month, the Youth, Adolescent and Adult departments offer free DIY kits to take away while supplies last.

Discussion and Design: Discussion on the Millennium Book, 7 to 8:30 p.m. August 4. Attention Millennials: They’re Going Virtual! Looking for something fun and different to do with your friends? How about a book club with a twist. This group meets every two months, alternating between books for children, adolescents and adults. They discuss the assigned book and design something that complements the title, subject, or cover of the book. Maker kits will be available as part of this program and can be mailed to a branch near you for pickup. The next discussion will focus on the book “Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic” by Alison Bechdel. Register online to receive your documents and the Zoom link to participate.

Let the Strongsville community know what’s going on in your organization, church, school, business or family. Write to me at shirleymac48@att.net.

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