Libraries are so much more than books. We’re music, movies, story times for kids (and occasionally for adults), as well as programs that stimulate your creativity and encourage you to keep learning all of your life.
But we aren’t just about books. We’re also a place to go where you can expand your tastes—whether it be in entertainment, information or, in the case of our newest program, your literal sense of taste.
This week we launch our new monthly series, Tasty Tuesdays.
And you don’t need to be a gourmand or foodie to appreciate it. You just need to have taste buds and be curious.
Each month, the library will offer tastings and host discussions on foods from all across the palate. It’s like a book club for your mouth.
The first Tasty Tuesday will be at 7 p.m. Feb. 24 in Mentor Library’s Main Branch, and they’ll be talking about (and eating) chocolate.