It’s Hip to Be a Square at Mentor Library’s Minecraft Club

One of our Minecrafters made a Haunted House during our last meeting.

One of our Minecrafters built a Haunted House during our last meeting.

Do your kids love Minecraft?

Do they spend hours building masterpieces from blocks?

Are they always trading strategies with friends or watching Machinima videos for new ideas?

If they do, then they would probably love our Minecraft Club.

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The club meets from 4 to 5 p.m. on the first and third Thursday of the month at our Main Branch. Our next meeting is Nov. 6.

Each session features a new challenge. Kids mine, explore and share strategies in the wide world of Minecraft on the library’s server.

For our two November Club meetings, we will be holding a Minecraft Thanksgiving Challenge. In this challenge the kids will have to build an entire village and farm in survival mode, much like the pilgrims did when they first came to America. (Of course, the pilgrims didn’t have to worry about cave spiders or fireball-spouting blazes.)

They are welcome to work in groups, or by themselves. At the end of the meeting, the group with the largest village and farm will receive a prize.

Tyler Coad and Aiden Unk Pumpkin

The club is for children from eight to 12 years old. Each kid must bring his or her own charged laptop, tablet or mobile device and have an active Minecraft account.

You can register your child (or children) for our Minecraft Club on our library’s website or by calling (440) 255-8811 ext. 221.

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