FIFA 16 tournament this Saturday at our Main Branch

Teens can compete in a FIFA 2016 videogame tournament this Saturday at our Main Branch.

Teens can compete in a FIFA 2016 video-game tournament this Saturday at our Main Branch.

Sure, FIFA might be corrupt, but its video game is awesome.

That’s why we’re hosting a FIFA 16 tournament for teens (PS4 version) at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 28, at our Main Branch.

It’s free to compete and the winner gets a $25 card to GameStop. You can register for the tournament online or by calling the library at (440) 255-8811 ext. 216.

While you’re here, you can sign up for our Summer Reading programGet in the Game, Read!

This year, a lot of our teen programs are fitness-based, because we are encouraging everyone to stay active this summer. You can try yoga, learn fun and effective exercises from a certified personal trainer, and check out the best fitness apps all for fun and free as part of Get in the Game, Read!

You can even learn how to program and use Ozbots and fly mini-drones during a special program at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 11, at MPL’s Main Branch. (It may not be fitness-related, but it’ll be fun.)

For more events for teen at Mentor Public Library, check out our event calendar.

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