Monthly Archives: September 2017

MPL Talks: Political Cartooning after the Civil War

Alan Gephardt, a ranger at James A. Garfield National Historic Site, discussed the role of political cartooning in the latest program of our Civil War series. He talked about how illustrators like Thomas Nast and Joseph Keppler affected political discourse … Continue reading

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7 books about Cleveland Mafia

Local historian Dennis Sutcliffe visited earlier this week to talk about the history of the Cleveland Mafia. Here are some reading recommendations for those interested in the topic. 1. The Rise and Fall of the Cleveland Mafia: Corn Sugar and Blood by … Continue reading

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Get crafty with your home décor

Teens can learn how to make dreamy DIY décor during a special program at 6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 18, at our Lake Branch. You can make zoo animal magnets and dream catchers. Be sure to wear clothes you don’t mind … Continue reading

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Best of Hoopla: Science

Do you love Hoopla yet? You can use it to stream everything from your St. Patrick’s Day playlist to Sesame Street. You can watch a monster-movie marathon or Disney classics any time and anywhere you have Wi-Fi. And it’s all … Continue reading

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Story time is back in session

Story time is back and that means so is the Story Time Parade! pic.twitter.com/2zjJonh9lx — MentorPublicLibrary (@MentorPL) September 11, 2017 After a (brief) hiatus, story time is back at Mentor Public Library! We have story times for kids from newborns … Continue reading

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