Tag Archives: Lewis Carroll

A Mad Hatter Tea Party for Fathers Day

We celebrated Father’s Day with a Mad Hatter Tea Party for dads and their kids. The families decorated top hats and crowns, played games, and enjoyed a light (and slightly mad) tea at the library. 5 wondrous facts about Wonderland The … Continue reading

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Join our Mad Hatter Tea Party on Father’s Day weekend

Not to brag, but we know how to throw a tea party at Mentor Public Library. Be they princess, Pinkalicious or Poppins parties, the kids always have a good time. (And we do too!) Typically, we host a tea party around … Continue reading

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5 wondrous facts about Wonderland

Today is Charles Lutwidge Dodgson’s birthday, which is the opposite of an un-birthday. Never heard of Dodgson? You might know him better as Lewis Carroll, the writer of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There. To … Continue reading

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We’re all a little mad at the Wonderland Tea Party

Want to visit Wonderland? That’s impossible, you say. Wonderland is a nonsense place. Nonsense? Impossible? Why we do six impossible things before breakfast over at the Mentor Headlands Library. And a trip to Wonderland—that’s as easy as opening as book. … Continue reading

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