Tag Archives: Mentor Public Library

A lot to be thankful for this year

We have a lot of reasons to be grateful at Mentor Public Library and a lot of people to thank. Let’s start with our volunteers. So much of what we do depends on our volunteers. We couldn’t deliver books to our … Continue reading

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Try one of the online book clubs at Mentor Library

Mentor Library has book clubs for art lovers, mystery enthusiasts, teens, seniors, American Girl fans and more. And they’re all great (largely because the people who come to them are wonderful.) Besides, a book club’s a fun way to discover new books … Continue reading

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Willy Wonka visits Mentor Library for his birthday party

It’s the 50th anniversary of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, so we threw a birthday party for that clandestine chocolatier Willy Wonky on Saturday at our Mentor-on-the-Lake Branch. Kids made their own candy concoctions, tested their Wonkavision and … Continue reading

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Art for Adults at Mentor Library

If you’re older than 13, you may wonder why it’s the kids who always seem to be getting crafty. It’s the children who get to make cornucopias or build lava lamps or splatter paint everywhere. But there are plenty of chances for … Continue reading

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Making cornucopias with Studio MPL

On Monday, Studio MPL—our art club for kids in first through fifth grade—made cornucopias of self-expression. They made collages from magazines to show what they were thankful for this year. This continues their theme of self-expression. Last month, they used … Continue reading

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