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Study anything for free with the Great Courses & your library card

Have you heard of The Great Courses? They’re a collection of phenomenal lectures series created by esteemed college professors for the general public on fascinating topics like Decisive Battles in World History, Writing Great Fiction, and Physics & our Universe. They’re engaging, enlightening, … Continue reading

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Free Christmas concert at Mentor Public Library

Ready to let those bells jingle? We’re hosting a holiday concert with the Erie Heights Brass Ensemble at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 9, at our Main Branch. They’ll be playing all your favorite holiday tunes. The concert is free … Continue reading

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Donate to the Instrument Initiative

Do you have musical instruments that you don’t use? You can donate them this month at our Main Branch and put them in the hands of young musicians as part of the Instrument Initiative. Alex from Girl Scout Troop 70923 is … Continue reading

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Own the music you love for free with Freegal

Do you love music but don’t want to spend money on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal or—you know—CDs? Try Freegal. It lets you download DRM-free mp3s of your favorite songs. Moreover, once you download a song, you can keep the mp3 forever. Put it … Continue reading

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25 Awesome Rock Albums on Freegal

Want to listen to some of the best Rock ‘N’ Roll music ever recorded without having to spend money on iTunes, Spotify or Tidal? Some of the greatest rockers have their music available on Freegal, which is free to use if you … Continue reading

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