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Making Rockets at the Headlands Branch

On Wednesday, we used water, Alka-Seltzer tablets and old film canisters to make some backyard-safe rockets at our Headlands Branch. This is a fun and simple craft you and your kid can do if you have any Alka-Seltzer tablets left … Continue reading

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Mentor Public Library starts writing club for kids

Mentor Public Library has a book club for children who love to read, a comics club for fans of sequential art and Studio MPL for kids who love every other kind of art. But, until recently, it didn’t have a … Continue reading

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Health District talks about building healthy meals

You’re probably familiar with USDA’s food pyramid. It had grains on bottom, then fruits and veggies, meat and dairy, and finally a little bit of sugar on top. (If you’re a bit older, you remember the four food groups.) The USDA has updated … Continue reading

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Making raised salt paintings at our Headlands Branch

At our Headlands Branch, we thought we’d use salt to make a fun craft and teach a little bit about local history on Friday. After all, a lot of kids (and even some adults) don’t realize that we live right … Continue reading

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Another big summer at Mentor Public Library

Our Summer Reading Program may be over but the fun isn’t done. You can join us for an End of Summer party from 6 to 8 p.m. this Thursday, Aug. 7, at the Read House, which is next door to our … Continue reading

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