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Manufacturer Cristal to talk career opportunities at Mentor Library

You probably don’t realize how ubiquitous titanium dioxide is. It’s in everything from paint to sunscreen to food coloring, but you would never notice it. Moreover, a lot of you probably don’t realize that the second largest producer of titanium dioxide in the … Continue reading

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Good Dog: The Return of Paws to Read

Paws to Read returned to Mentor Public Library last week. This program is a personal favorite. It pairs young readers (between the ages of six and 12 years old) with therapy dogs, who listen to the children as they read. If … Continue reading

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Learn how to fix your own bicycle at Mentor Library

It’s spring time—no, seriously—and it’s finally nice enough outside to take your bike for a ride. (No, seriously.) If your bike needs a tuneup or if you just want to know how to do basic repairs for your bicycle, come to … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Remembering Shirley Temple, America’s Sweetheart

As part of National Library Week, we’re kicking off Throwback Thursday—our celebration of films, TV shows, music and stars we love from yesteryear. And who else can we feature for our inaugural edition but America’s Sweetheart? Shirley Temple Black requires … Continue reading

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The 25 Biggest Money Mistakes People Make

We kicked off Money Smart Week with a visit from Gregory Berlin from the Society for Financial Awareness Tuesday. Berlin listed the 25 biggest mistakes people make with their money. Without further ado, they are: 25 Biggest Mistakes Procrastinating to avoid financial decisions. Having … Continue reading

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