Monthly Archives: February 2016

Author Mark Clark talks writing, researching & Kirk v. Picard

Mark Clark is a polymath of geek culture. He’s written two books about Star Trek, a critical filmography of 1960s horror cinema, and, most recently, a FAQ about Star Wars. He recently visited Mentor Public Library and was kind enough to talk about … Continue reading

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Borrow seeds from Mentor Public Library

  Did you know that you can borrow seeds from Mentor Public Library? Gardeners—from the greenest sprouts to experienced green thumbs—can borrow heirloom and organic seeds from Mentor Library for free. Here’s how it works. Anyone with a MPL card … Continue reading

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Help Feed Lake County at Mentor Public Library

More than 31,000 people in Lake County needed help feeding themselves or their family last year. Nearly one county resident in 10 lives in poverty. For those reasons and more, Mentor Public Library is participating in the United Way of Lake … Continue reading

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Studio MPL practices drawing with live models

Ruthie had held her splits pose for more than nine minutes, and she was beginning to ache. Talk about suffering for your art. The young artists in Studio MPL—Mentor Public Library’s art club for kids—practiced drawing live models during their most … Continue reading

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American Girl Book Club Meets Felicity

Our American Girl Book Club learned that it’s a lot trickier to make your own dolls than it is to buy them. Our American Girl Book Club meets on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss a different American Girl book … Continue reading

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