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Becoming the artist you want to be with Mentor Library

Do you know what it takes to be an artist? You have to create art. That’s it. It doesn’t have to be the most incredible art ever. Nobody has to offer you a million dollars to display your work in … Continue reading

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Painting masterpieces without brushes

On Saturday at our Mentor-on-the-Lake Branch, we gave children paint of every shade of the rainbow. Then we gave them plastics forks, bubble wrap, Q-tips, balloons, sponges, combs, cardboard tubes and plastics bottles. The only thing we didn’t give them was … Continue reading

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Get more out of your computers, smartphones, tablets & eReaders

Do you have a computer, smartphone or tablet but aren’t sure how to get the most out of it? Sign up for a 30-minute personal tutorial with the expert librarians at Mentor Library, and they’ll show you how to download … Continue reading

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The joy of Seuss and of reading to children

When I talked with Amy Popik from The News-Herald about Read Across America, we mentioned who read Dr. Seuss to us when we were kids. For me, it was my grandma; for her, her mom. Now, the actual who doesn’t matter … Continue reading

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Pergola Construction With Boy Scout Troop 280: Part 2

Boy Scout Troop 280 is at it again. Two years ago, they built a beautiful pergola for our Headlands Branch. Now, troop member Michael Judy (with help from other scouts and volunteers) has built two pergolas along the walkway from our Main … Continue reading

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