Kids in first through sixth grade can get homework help from a certified teacher at The HUB, inside of Mentor High School.
Kids in first through sixth grade can get homework help from a certified teacher this September at our newest branch, The HUB inside of Mentor High School.
Our tutor will help kids in first through third grade from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. every Monday (except Labor Day.) Then, fourth through sixth graders can receive assistance from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.
There is no cost to participate and no registration required. Availability is on a walk-in basis only.
The HUB is open to all for study and quiet tutoring from 3 to 8 p.m. on Monday through Thursday during the school year.
The HUB also houses a state-of-the-art makerspace with a green-screen studio (complete with camera and editing equipment,) laser engraver, vinyl cutter, T-shirt press, large format printer, spiral binder, button maker, 3D pens, sticker printer, and mini-laminator.
People can use any or all of these machines to make the project of their dreams. They don’t need to be a student at Mentor High School or even a resident of Mentor. All they need is a CLEVNET card in good standing. Click here for more details or to make a reservation.
Feeling crafty? You can make a lovely mosaic heart pendant during a special program at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 28, at our newest branch – The HUB inside of Mentor High School.
You’ll use The HUB’s makerspace to create a unique piece of jewelry.
The program is free and open to adults. You can register online or call The HUB at (440) 205-6011.
By the way, The HUB’s makerspace is available to the public for your personal projects, as well. The makerspace has a green-screen studio (complete with camera and editing equipment,) laser engraver, vinyl cutter, T-shirt press, large format printer, spiral binder, button maker, 3D pens, sticker printer, and mini-laminator.
You can use any or all of these machines to make the project of their dreams. You don’t need to be a student at Mentor High School or even a resident of Mentor. All you need is a CLEVNET card in good standing. Click here for more details or to make a reservation.
By the way, The HUB will be open from 3 to 8 p.m. on Monday through Thursday once school starts on Monday, Aug. 19.
Celebrate this strange and amazing universe with art at our Headlands Branch.
Summer Reading may be over, but we’re still seeing stars at Mentor Public Library.
Kids can use paint, collage, and even plastic bowls to make some out-of-this-world art at 1 p.m. this Saturday, Aug. 17 at our Headlands Branch.
This fun and crafty program is free to attend. But space is limited, so we ask that you register beforehand. You can sign up online or call our Headlands Branch at (440) 257-2000.
Joe “The Coupon Guy” Daugirdas will explain how to save money by cutting cable while still finding the entertainment you want.
Special encore presentation! Joe “the Coupon Guy” Daugirdas will offer his expertise on how families can save money by cutting cable at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at our Main Branch.
Daugirdas will explain how households can still watch television – even sports and other live events – while cutting their costly cable bill. He’ll guide people through the various streaming-video devices like Roku and Google Chromecast and services like Hulu and Netflix. Most importantly, he’ll explain how families can cut costs while still having entertainment options.
(Don’t forget that the library offers two fantastic streaming services, Hoopla and Kanopy, that you can use for free with your library card.)
This program is free to attend. However, we do require that you register beforehand for them. You can sign up on our event calendar or call us at (440) 255-8811 ext. 247.
By the way, if this session fills up, we’ll host another class with The Coupon Guy at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Registration opens on Wednesday, Oct. 16.
Finally, we have hundreds of books and documentaries about money and finances that you can borrow for free, which is a money-smart move.
Boba Fett was atypically convivial with the padawans at our Lock In.
We had so much fun at our Star Wars Lock In on Friday!
Our padawans built droids, thawed Han, ran an obstacle course, fashioned their own light sabers, and even survived a close encounter with the Empire.
Our gratitude to all the kids who came and a special thanks to The 501st Legion for making the night so memorable.
Just a reminder, if you ever feel like visiting a galaxy far, far away, you can borrow Star Wars movies and TV shows, books, music, and even video games from us.
Darth Vader was kind enough to sign this young Jedi’s book.
How quickly can you complete the Kessel Run?
One of our teams work together to thaw Han Solo.