Tag Archives: Headlands Branch

Learn about Monarch butterflies at our Headlands Branch

The Monarch butterfly is both beautiful and hard traveling. It migrates thousands of miles from Canada to Mexico, passing through our humble neck of the woods each year. Rebecca Donaldson, the naturalist from the Mentor Marsh, will talk about how … Continue reading

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Celebrating super science at our Headlands Branch

Kids learned about chemical reactions on Saturday at our Headlands Branch. The children combined different substances to make them erupt, inflate, and explode. They: built volcanoes out of potting soil and filled them with baking soda, vinegar, food coloring, and … Continue reading

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Looking for a book club?

Are you looking for a book club to join? Something low pressure that’ll expand your reading taste and introduce you to other readers? Consider our Headlands Book Club. We meet each month at the Headlands Community Center to discuss a … Continue reading

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Be the Monet of the Marsh

Attention all art enthusiasts, lovers, and dabblers! You too can paint. We are hosting a free painting workshop at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 12, at the Headlands Community Center (across the street from our Headlands Branch.) Our teacher will … Continue reading

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Chilling at the poles

What’s cooler than cool? Learning about the earth’s poles at our Headlands Branch. Kids discovered all sorts of facts about the North and South Poles and the animals that live there during a special program earlier this month. For example, … Continue reading

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