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Mentor Public Library celebrates 150 years of ‘Little Women’

We’re throwing a big party to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women. Anyone and everyone can learn about and explore the world of Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy March, as well as their creator, this September at … Continue reading

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US Presidents series continues with Harry Truman

Our lecture series focusing on 20th Century US Presidents continues this month with a program focused on Harry Truman. Truman, a former haberdasher from Missouri, rose to the ranks of president. He guided the country through the conclusion of World War II … Continue reading

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Woodrow Wilson: The Rise of American Internationalism

Our resident historian Dr. John Foster continued his US Presidents of the 20th Century series last month with Woodrow Wilson. We’ve filmed and shared his talk for those who couldn’t join us that night. Nowadays, Wilson his best known for his failed … Continue reading

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US Presidents series continues with Woodrow Wilson

Our lecture series focusing on 20th Century US Presidents continues in June with Woodrow Wilson. Learn about the college professor who brought America into World War I and onto the world stage in the interwar years. The talk will be 6:30 on … Continue reading

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MPL Talks: The Easter Rising of 1916

We have a treat for those who enjoy the work of our resident historian John Foster. Foster recently discussed the Easter Rising of 1916 during a special program at Concord Township Community Center. We filmed and are sharing the talk for … Continue reading

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