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5 notes for using native plants in your gardens & landscaping

Listen, we all love tulips. But you can create problems when you fill your gardens and yards with non-native plants. You: decrease space for native plants. drive out native animal species, especially pollinators like birds, bees, and butterflies. make gardening … Continue reading

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Crochet all day with our Time Travelers Club

The teens of our Time Travelers Club will get their hooks into crocheting during our next meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 3, at our Lake Branch. We’ll provide the supplies. You only need to bring yourself. All teens … Continue reading

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Kids learn about cash during Money Smart Week

Even children are learning about dollars and sense during Money Smart Week at Mentor Public Library. They played Wants vs. Needs Bingo (which is a good game for any age) and a kids’ version of Price Is Right on Monday night. Then they … Continue reading

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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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