Tag Archives: Mentor Public Library

7 Questions You Should Ask When Picking a College

It’s College Prep week at Mentor Public Library. On Tuesday, Patricia Saddle of the  College Planning Center presented an overview on all aspects of the college-application process. The last time Saddle spoke at MPL, we highlighted some of the worst reasons to … Continue reading

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Be your own hero at Mentor Library’s Comics Club

A bisected page, two large eyes, the beginnings of a mouth—Abby is drawing a superhero she created during the most recent meeting of Mentor Library’s Comics Club. “Her name is Hula,” she explains. “She uses her hula hoop to trap … Continue reading

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Mentor Library hosting College Prep Series to help teens get ready for next step

Mentor Public Library is hosting a College Prep Series from Sept. 16 through Sept. 18 to help people navigate the gauntlet that is college preparation. The workshops cover finding the right college, the application process and how to find loans, … Continue reading

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Music from the Civil War at Mentor Library

The Celtic Union Band performed classic songs from the Civil War yesterday at our Main Branch. If you couldn’t make it, here’s a short video to give you a taste of what you missed. For more of the Celtic Union … Continue reading

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Mentor Library launches new writing club for teens

Writers all share one common attribute. They feel the need to write. It doesn’t matter if they’re 16 or 67, from Cameroon or Colorado. Writers have stories inside of themselves and they need to get them out. That’s why Mentor Public … Continue reading

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