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Fluid Art in the Headlands

Ever heard of fluid art? It’s also called Paint Pouring or Dirty Pouring. We tried it last week at our Headlands Branch. Instead of painting, you can mix your paint in a single cup and pour it directly onto the … Continue reading

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Happy 200th Anniversary to Mentor Public Library!

We like to thank the hundreds of you who came to our 200th Anniversary Party on Friday. Gail Christofferson of Animal House Glass helped us made a community mosaic of Mentor Marsh that will soon hang in our Main Branch. Also, Tom Todd, … Continue reading

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Rock the Bears!

You may have noticed this star-spangled sculpture standing outside of our Main Branch. Her name is Ursa Major and she’s part of a citywide public-art display called Mentor Rocks the Bears! You can find Ursa Major and nine other bears (designed … Continue reading

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Your invitation to our 200th Anniversary Party

Everyone is invited to our 200th Anniversary Party from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, July 12, on our Main Branch lawn. You can help us make a community mosaic of Mentor with Gail Christofferson of Animal House Glass. Also, … Continue reading

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Be the Monet of Mentor at our painting workshop

Be the Monet of Mentor during a painting workshop at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29, at our Main Branch. The instructor will be Stephanie Royko, a local art teacher. Painters—from rookies to veterans—will learn to paint water lilies, emulating the techniques of … Continue reading

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