Teens and tweens can play disc toss, spikeball, giant Jenga, and other lawn games on Mentor Public Library’s lawn.

Teens and tweens (ages 11 to 18) can enjoy an evening of lawn games outside of our Main Branch, beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 20.

We’ll play spikeball, disc toss, giant Jenga, and more. The fun is free to join! Please sign up beforehand. You can sign up on our website or call us at (440) 255-8811 ext. 247.

The next time you’re at the library, don’t forget to sign up for Summer Reading! This year’s theme is Imagine Your Story and we’re hosting programs all summer long about fairy tales, myths and magic.

Kids, teens and adults can all win spectacular prizes for reading this summer. Kids (those entering sixth grade or younger) can earn a raffle ticket for every hour they read or are read to. The more they read, the better chance they have to win one of the library’s prizes.

Kids who read at least 20 hours during Summer Reading will also earn a golden ticket and a chance to win a $50 gift card to Target.

Meanwhile, teens (those entering seventh grade and older) and adults can earn raffle tickets two ways. First, they can earn a ticket for each book they read. Next, they can earn up to 10 bonus tickets by completing different challenges. Each ticket means a better chance of winning.

For more information, visit www.mentorpl.org/summerreading.