Tag Archives: Headlands Branch

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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Scream for ice cream

Looking for a sweet way to spend a summer evening? Kids can make their own ice cream the old-fashioned way during a special program at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 31, at our Headlands Branch. The program is free to … Continue reading

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Mentor Library offers reading tutoring for kids this summer

Summer is a lot of fun, but the summer slide is not. The reading skills of children (especially younger ones) can atrophy if they don’t practice over the summer. So to fight the dreaded summer slide, kids (those entering first through … Continue reading

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Travel back to 1819 at our Headlands Branch

As part of our bicentennial celebration, kids can travel back to 1819 during a special program at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 29, at our Headlands Branch. Our friends from the Lake County History Center will teach kids about churning butter, … Continue reading

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Engineering with Jelly Beans

Are you ready for this jelly? Kids can build houses, huts, domiciles and edifices out of jelly beans at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, at our Headlands Branch. The architect who builds the tallest structure wins a prize! Our program … Continue reading

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