Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Kids get their passport to the stars at MPL's Headlands Branch

Kids show off the solar systems they created during the Passport to the Stars program at Mentor Public Library.
Kids earned their passport to the stars during a special story time Saturday at Mentor Public Library's Headlands Branch.

The kids got crafty, creating night skies out of papier-mâché and constructing their own solar systems. They also learned all about constellations.
Riley celebrates creating her own tiny universe from papier-mache.
And the adventure has just begun!

Each month at our Headlands Branch, kids can earn another stamp in their Passport to the Imagination.

In February, they will travel to the arctic circle; in March, they'll go to the hometown of Linus, Lucy, Snoopy and good old Charlie Brown; and, in April, they'll go digital with a passport to passcodes.

All of these programs are free and open to all kids.

For more programs at Mentor Public Library, visit our online event calendar.
Cheyenne puts the finishing touches on her solar system.
Visit our Facebook page for more photos from our Passport to the Stars program.

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