Lily uses a frame to make an enormous bubble during Mad Science Monday at Mentor Library.
Mentor Public Library is dedicating its summer reading program to science this year. That means we’ve been blowing up pop bottles and bringing in NASA scientists to talk about Mars rovers.
Kids can get involved with the science, as well.
Every week we have Mad Science Monday from 1 to 2 p.m. outside of our Read House. We hold it rain or shine, and no registration is necessary.
Clara plays percussion by spraying a Splash Orchestra with water.
Every Monday, kids can try out new experiments. So far this summer, they’ve already manipulated the shapes of bubbles, tested their five senses and used squirt guns as percussive instruments.
Kids can visit us each Monday to see what our new scientific theme is.
And, while you’re at the library, you and your children can sign up for our summer reading programs.
Owen gets a whiff of vinegar while learning about his five senses.
Everyone who participates in our summer reading programs—either by reading and/or attending library programs—has a chance to win prizes. Grand prizes include a $100 gift card from Toys ‘R’ Us for kids and Nook eReaders for teens and adults. The more someone reads, the better chance they have of winning something.
If you want to sign up for summer reading, you can register for it at any of our branches.
Visit Mentor Library’s Facebook page for more photos from Mad Science Mondays and our summer reading events.