Monday, October 20, 2014

Getting ready for Halloween

Lauren decorates her customized Trick-or-Treat bag at our Lake Branch.
Kids had the day off school on Friday for NEOEA Day, so we held programs to get them in the Halloween spirit at all three of our branches.

At our Main Branch, Mr. Zap performed a magic show for more than 100 kids and parents.
Mr. Zap plays to a packed house
At our Mentor Headlands Branch, kids crafted spiders while sipping on cider.
Lucius wants to make the scariest spider of all.
Then, at our Mentor-on-the-Lake Branch, kids made customized trick-or-treat bags.
Olivia gets a little help decorating from her aunt.
And the Halloween fun has just started! On Tuesday, Oct. 21, kids can make a spooky ghost and play some haunted games at our Main Branch. (There are still a few spots open if you want to register your children.) Then, on Saturday, Oct. 25, we're hosting a Halloween Spooktacular at our Mentor-on-the-Lake Branch with ghost stories and a scavenger hunt.

Finally, on Friday, Oct. 31, kids can wear their costumes and go trick-or-treating at the library!

You don't have to wear your costume to our Halloween programs, but it does make it more fun.
We take Halloween very seriously at Mentor Library.
For more photos from our Halloween programs, visit Mentor Library's Facebook page.

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