Monthly Archives: April 2017

Eat like a superhero

Want to get your children more excited about eating healthy? Viktoria Higgins, a local holistic health and nutritional coach, will visit us at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 29. She’ll teach you and your kids how to “eat like a … Continue reading

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Dan Chaon brings ‘Ill Will’ and good reads to Mentor Library

Dan Chaon’s newest novel, Ill Will, has received awed reviews from NPR, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. The Post called it “the scariest novel of the year.” Publishers Weekly praised it as a “singular vision of American dread.” You can meet the … Continue reading

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Making cutouts like Henri Matisse

You only need construction paper, scissors, a glue stick, and imagination to make art like Henri Matisse. Matisse became famous as a painter and sculptor in the late 1800s and early 1900s; but, when he contracted abdominal cancer, it hurt … Continue reading

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Thrity Umrigar discusses parenting, turbulence & Bob Dylan

Thrity Umrigar is a delight. She visited our library recently to talk about her newest tale and first children’s book, When I Carried You in my Belly. Then she graciously stayed afterward to answer a few of our questions. We learned: … Continue reading

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Learn how to manage your student loan debt

Struggling with student loan debt? You’re not alone. Americans owe $1.2 trillion in student loans. (Yes, trillion, with a t.) And the average 2016 college graduate owes more than $37,000. If you don’t know how to deal with your debt, get advice from an … Continue reading

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