Cleveland Accessibility March Get-Together... and Book Club!

Cleveland Accessibility Meetup
Cleveland Accessibility Meetup
Public group

Market Garden Brewery

1947 W 25th St · Cleveland, OH

How to find us

We'll be wearing Cleveland Accessibility name badges.

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Cleveland Accessibility March Get-Together... and Book Club!

☛☛ Details

Spring is in the air (or at least it's spring-adjacent)! Let's enjoy some good food and great beer at Market Garden Brewery, which is located next door to West Side Market. This casual get-together for #A11yCLE is our quarterly social event. Come hang out with fellow #accessibility experts and advocates. Talk shop, ask questions, and get to know the group!

...And Book Club!
We'll be discussing the book: A Web for Everyone by Sarah Horton and Whitney Quesenbery.

This book gives practical advice and examples of how to create sites that everyone can use, and uses individual personas to focus attention on the essential idea that accessibility begins and ends with people.

From Rosenfeld Media:

"If you are in charge of the user experience, development, or strategy for a web site, A Web for Everyone will help you make your site accessible without sacrificing design or innovation. Rooted in universal design principles, this book provides solutions: practical advice and examples of how to create sites that everyone can use."

The book is available
■ Rosenfeld Media:
Paperback/ebook: $39.00
eBook only: $22.00

■ Amazon:
Paperback: $39.00
Kindle version: $13.20

■ Cleveland Public Library System also has the eBook available (free).

☛☛ Parking

Market Garden Brewery does have street parking nearby and a parking lot in the vicinity of the brewery. It is an accessible business.

☛☛ Food + Drink
Market Garden Brewery has a full menu:

Note: You are responsible for your own Food+Drink purchases.


1. What did you like best about this book?

2. What did you like least about this book?

3. Share a favorite quote from the book. Why did this quote stand out?

4. What did you already know about this book’s subject before you read this book?

5. What do you think the author’s purpose was in writing this book? What ideas was he/she trying to get across?

6. How did this book change you?
- Do you have a new perspective as a result of reading this book?
- Did you learn something you didn’t know before?
- Has your attitude or behavior changed?

7. How does this book relate to your life or experiences?

8. Did you connect with the subject matter? Did it make you want to read more? Did it make you uncomfortable?

9. What else have you read on this topic, and would you recommend these books to others?

10. What questions do you still have?

- See you at the Meetup!