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How does a dinosaur celebrate Jane Yolen’s birthday?

How does a dinosaur enjoy the day When the author who made him at last gets to play? Does he bury his face in a tablet or phone? Does he plug in his XBox and sit their alone? Does a dinosaur … Continue reading

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Be the worst artist you can be

There’s no such thing as bad art… unless you count what we’ll be making on Thursday, Feb. 23. That’s when kids (seven to 12 years old) can join us to create atrocious artwork. We’ll provide the supplies. All you have … Continue reading

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MPL Talks: The Rise of National Socialism in Germany

We host a lot of programs at Mentor Public Library and it’s hard to catch them all. And sometimes you miss one you really wanted to see. That’s why we’ve started MPL Talks, where we post full programs online for you to … Continue reading

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Search smarter with AtoZ Database

In an Internet stuffed with specialized databases, it’s useful to have AtoZ Database. You can use AtoZ to find people, businesses, or even job openings. It can help you locate a doctor or background-check a contractor. Need tips writing a resume? … Continue reading

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It’s about to get LIT

Want to make art so innovative that it’s beyond the visible light spectrum? Feel the glow during our Ultraviolet Designs program at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 13, at our Lake Branch. Teens can use neon colors to create eye-catching pieces … Continue reading

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