Tag Archives: Headlands Branch

Meeting the eagles from Mentor Marsh

Naturalist Becky Donaldson wasn’t able to bring the actual bald eagles who nest in Mentor Marsh with her when she visited our Headlands Branch this Saturday, but she was able to bring a few interesting artifacts (including a skull) and … Continue reading

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Discover More About Where You Live: The Bald Eagles in Mentor Marsh

Did you know that more than 200 kinds of birds live in Mentor Marsh? That includes the blue-winged teal, yellow warbler, American wigeon, gadwall, heron, American black duck, red-winged blackbirds, Northern shoveler and hooded merganser. And bald eagles. Yes, that’s right. There are … Continue reading

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Snow Day Like Today

This winter has been too cold, too snowy and too long. If we saw the sun any less, we’d be nocturnal. If this cold lasts any longer, we’ll assume there’s a wicked witch behind it. But if people can turn … Continue reading

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Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday at Mentor Library

Someone is celebrating a Seuss-pendous birthday soon, and Mentor Public Library is ready to party. On Monday, March 2, all three branches of Mentor Library will commemorate Dr. Seuss’s birthday with story times, crafts, special programs and, of course, cake. … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day at Mentor Library

We started celebrating Valentine’s Day early at Mentor Library and the fun has just begun. On Monday, kids used melted crayon shavings, heart-shaped stencils and wax paper to make their own translucent valentines Monday at our Main Branch. We also … Continue reading

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