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Full STEAM Ahead at Mentor Public Library

Starting in October, Mentor Public Library is launching Full STEAM Ahead. For five consecutive Tuesdays, the library will offer hands-on activities that reinforce STEAM curriculum. Each week, we’ll focus on a different aspect of STEAM. Science on Oct. 4 Technology … Continue reading

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Getting ready to explode

Young scientists have one more chance to blow stuff up this summer at our Headlands Branch. Our Get Ready, Get Set, Blow Up & Read series concludes at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 13. During the series, kids have combined household … Continue reading

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Young scientists at our Headlands Branch

The young scientists at our Headlands Branch performed several experiments on Saturday. They made and flew circular airplanes, tested the strength of static cling, and even used alka-seltzer tablets and water to transform film canisters into rockets. If you’re looking for … Continue reading

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Celebrating super science on Saturdays

Sure, gamma rays might not actually turn you into The Hulk and cosmic rays might not transform you into The Human Torch, but there’s still plenty that’s super about science. We’ve dedicated our summer reading program to heroes, and that … Continue reading

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Forensic Fun at Mentor Library

CSI stood for Children’s Science Investigation during our Forensic Fun program. As we’ve mentioned before, this year we’re dedicating our Summer Reading Program to science. Last Friday, we focused on the science that helps law enforcement solve cases. Kids analyzed … Continue reading

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