Coloring at Mentor Public Library

Coloring isn't just fun. It can calm stress.

Coloring isn’t just fun. It can calm stress.

Feeling stressed? Bored? Anxious?

Add a little color to your life. We can help.

Coloring can help decrease stress and worry while increasing focus and concentration—yes, even for adults.

So grab some markers and join the fun! Here are three ways you can get coloring at the library:

  1. Seniors can join our Get Calm Color On program on Tuesdays at our Main Branch. The next get together is 10 a.m. on Sept. 6.
  2. Families can color together during Color Me Headlands on the fourth Wednesday of each month at our Headlands Branch. Our next program is Sept. 28.
  3. Finally, adults can join our Colorful Characters Book Club where we discuss popular new and classic books, and we do it while coloring.

The coloring makes everything more fun and relaxing. It’s also a fun way for new members to break the ice.

The next meeting of the Colorful Characters Book Club is 10 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 2, at Mentor Public Library’s MOL Branch.

The club will discuss To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Anyone who wants to join the discussion can borrow a copy of the book from library.

All of our programs are free. However, some require registration. You can sign up on our event calendar or by calling the library.

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