Monthly Archives: October 2017

Having fun-kins painting pumpkins

Kids stretched their creativity while painting pumpkins on Tuesday at our Lake Branch. Jack covered his pumpkin in googly eyes. Rhea’s will glow in the dark. Sarah even painted her pumpkin like Skye from Paw Patrol. There’s no limit when a gourd is … Continue reading

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Let your imagination soar this November at MPL

We want your imagination to take flight during National Novel Writing Month at Mentor Public Library. That’s why we’re hosting three women who know how to soar this November at our Main Branch. First, Connie Luhta—a trustee for the International … Continue reading

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MPL Talks: Winston Churchill & the Battle of Britain

Our Major Leaders of World War II series concludes with a closer look at Winston Churchill. Our speaker, John Foster—who, in addition to being a librarian, also has a doctorate degree in history—discussed: Churchill’s acumen as a leader, speaker, soldier, … Continue reading

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Psychic medium Laura Lyn visiting the library

Psychic medium and author Laura Lyn will visit our Main Branch at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, November 6. Lyn explains on her website that she “works primarily with angels and spirit guides.” She says her focus is to bring forth awareness … Continue reading

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D.M. Pulley helps us kick off National Novel Writing Month

Writers, have you ever been intimidated by a blank page or computer screen? Award-winning writer D.M. Pulley will offer strategies to overcome writer’s block when she helps us kick off National Novel Writing Month this November. As an engineer-turned-mystery-author, she’ll … Continue reading

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