09 25, 2020

Mentor Public Library hosting free magic show for kids on NEOEA Day

By |2020-09-25T12:00:19-04:00September 25, 2020|

Are you ready for some magic? Mr. Zap will share a free online magic show for kids on NEOEA Day, Oct. 9.

Are you ready for some magic? Mr. Zap will share a free online magic show for kids on NEOEA Day, Oct. 9.

Looking for something that your children can enjoy when they’re off school on NEOEA Day? We’re hosting a free magic show that kids can watch online at 11 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 9.

Mr. Zap – a popular local magician – will perform an amazing and magical Halloween-themed show that will be broadcast via Zoom, so you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home.

The show is free to watch, and registration is required. Families can sign up on our website or by calling us at (440) 255-8811 ext. 220.

01 13, 2019

Discover the magic of reading at the Read-a-Thon Kickoff Party

By |2019-01-13T06:00:17-05:00January 13, 2019|

Kids can learn about the magic of reading during the Read-a-Thon Kickoff Party on Jan. 31 at our Main Branch.

Kids can learn about the magic of reading during the Read-a-Thon Kickoff Party on Jan. 31 at our Main Branch.

Kids can have fun and learn how they can raise money for a good cause during the Mentor Schools Foundation Read-a-Thon Kickoff Party at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 31, at our Main Branch.

First, the children will enjoy a magic show with Mr. Zap, who you may remember from our Summer Reading Kickoff Party last year. (When you want to kick something off, Mr. Zap’s your guy.)

He will show kids the magic of reading. Then, the children will learn about the Read-a-Thon where they can win prizes and help raise money for Mentor Schools Foundation.

The party is free to attend and open to all kids. Families are encouraged to register beforehand. You can sign up online or call us at (440) 255-8811.

The Read-a-Thon is an annual fundraiser for the Mentor Schools Foundation. Kids sign up friends and family members for pledges. The more the children read and the more pledges they get, the more money will go to the Mentor Schools Foundation.

The foundation has given more than $120,000 to Mentor Schools’ projects since its creation in 1985. It’s given grants to robotics, theater, Science Olympiad, Model United Nations, literacy programs and more.

For more information about the foundation, visit www.mentorschoolsfoundation.org.

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