Tag Archives: Hanukkah

Craft Christmas, Kwanzaa & Hanukkah too

Kids can get crafty and learn about the holidays of the season during a fun program at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 17, at our Lake Branch. Children will make a Christmas tree, menorah and Kwanzaa place mat, while finding out what … Continue reading

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10 Picture Books for Hanukkah

Hanukkah begins at sunset on Dec. 2. It celebrates Jewish independence from a Seleucid Syrian king and the miracle in which one day’s worth of holy oil burned in the rededicated Temple for eight days. In celebration of the Festival of Lights, … Continue reading

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Holiday Story Times & Programs at Mentor Public Library

It’s a very special time of year — time for peace on earth, decking halls and stuffing stockings. It’s also a good time for story time! We are hosting a sleigh-full of special programs to celebrate the season at all of our … Continue reading

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New Christmas books for 2016

You already know and love The Grinch and Polar Express, but you want something new for your seasonal story times. Fortunately, our own Ms. Marilyn has five recommendations for books to add to your Christmas (or Hanukkah) canon. 1. The Day Santa Stopped … Continue reading

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8 Picture Books for Hanukkah

Hanukkah begins at sunset on Dec. 24. It celebrates Jewish independence from a Seleucid Syrian king and the miracle in which one day’s worth of holy oil burned in the rededicated Temple for eight days. In celebration of the Festival of Lights, … Continue reading

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