Sunday, December 27, 2015

Mentor Public Library has writing clubs for kids & teens

Young writers can hone their craft at our Write On club for teens or Wordplay club for younger kids.
Do your children love to write?

If so, Mentor Public Library has the perfect club for them—two actually.

Our Write On club is for teens. It meets on the third Monday of every month at our Main Branch.

They use different writing prompts and brainteasers to hone their writing skills. Any teen who wants to join their ranks is welcome. It’s a fun, supportive place to practice and improve your writing with other teens who are doing the same thing.

Our next meeting is 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 18, at our Main Branch. You can register for it on Mentor Library’s website.
All teen writers are welcome at our Write On Club.
We also have our Wordplay Club for younger writers. It's for kids in third through sixth grade.

The also use different ways to boost their creativity. At their most recent meeting, the kids each got Surprise Bags with a different—you guessed it—surprise inside.

They then had to include the surprise item—be it a wrench or plastic insect—into their story.

Wordplay Creative Writing Club meets at 4:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month at our Main Branch. The next meeting is Jan. 13.

You can register your child for Wordplay by calling (440) 255-8811 ext. 221 or by visiting the Mentor Library’s website.
Eric reacts to pulling a wrench from his Surprise Bag during Wordplay.

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