It’s spring time—no, seriously—and it’s finally nice enough outside to take your bike for a ride. (No, seriously.)
If your bike needs a tuneup or if you just want to know how to do basic repairs for your bicycle, come to Make-It Monday at 6:30 p.m. on May 21 at Mentor Public Library’s Main Branch.
Robert Ponti from Bicycle Hub will teach everyone basic bicycle maintenance and repair skills. You can bring your own bike to the program and get hands-on experience.
Make-It Monday is a series of programs at Mentor Public Library that encourage people to learn how to take apart, fix and make things with their own two hands.
During the first Make-It Monday program in February, people learned how to take apart electronics like computers, printers, keyboards and even eReaders.
People can register for Make-It Monday on Mentor Public Library’s website or by calling (440) 255-8811 ext. 215.
After this Monday’s program, Mentor Public Library will host three more Make-It Mondays in 2014. Then next session will be in June when adults can make art out of duct tape.
Later in the year, the library will host Make-It Mondays for interests as diverse as knitting and costuming.