Monthly Archives: November 2015

Video-game tournaments for kids and teens during International Games Day at Mentor Library

Kids who come to Mentor Library on Saturday, Nov. 21, better be ready to play because it’s International Games Day. To celebrate, our Main Branch is hosting not one but two video-game tournaments that day. Kids ages six to 12 can play … Continue reading

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The best documentaries and videos for commemorating Veterans Day

First and foremost, thank you to our veterans from all branches of the military. We cannot not do what we do unless we are first safe, and you are the ones who have kept us safe. Secondly, all of Mentor … Continue reading

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Get wrapped up in Mentor Library’s ‘Tangled’ party

Do your kids love Tangled? Do they know every word to “I’ve Got a Dream” and “I See the Light?” Do they ask you to buy them a chameleon so they can name it Pascal? If so, they’re going to love … Continue reading

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Lego love at Mentor Library

You’ve heard of our Kids @ Work program? On the first Saturday of each month, families come to our Main Branch to play and build with our Lego blocks. Yes, it’s that simple. Usually, there’s some sort of theme. For example, … Continue reading

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Katie Spotz, adventurer and author, talks new book at Mentor Library

Want to know what it’s like to row across the Atlantic Ocean—to spend 70 days with nothing but your boat to keep you company—or to swim the Allegheny River or bicycle across the country with a broken pelvis? There are … Continue reading

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