Monthly Archives: April 2015
Naturalist Becky Donaldson wasn’t able to bring the actual bald eagles who nest in Mentor Marsh with her when she visited our Headlands Branch this Saturday, but she was able to bring a few interesting artifacts (including a skull) and … Continue reading
Mentor Library is having one of its Flash Libraries during the Throwback to Giveback Health Fair & Fun Run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. this Saturday, April 11, at Classic Park. We’ll be giving away free books on health, … Continue reading
Did you know that more than 200 kinds of birds live in Mentor Marsh? That includes the blue-winged teal, yellow warbler, American wigeon, gadwall, heron, American black duck, red-winged blackbirds, Northern shoveler and hooded merganser. And bald eagles. Yes, that’s right. There are … Continue reading
The Friends of the Mentor Public Library hosted an Edible Books contest Saturday. About 20 entries—dishes evoking everything from The Color Purple to Everybody Poops—competed for votes. Check out some of the dishes. Which is your favorite?
Our American Girl Book Club always make a fun craft when they get together. They’ve made kites, rag dolls, dreamcatchers and more, while talking about classic American Girl books. But this time, they got a little messy. This week, they met Josefina, a young girl … Continue reading