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Here’s how the City of Mentor does summer

From rockin’ concerts to family fests, beach parties and beer and wine events, the City of Mentor has you covered for a summer of fun. Kicking off the first Tuesday in June through the last Tuesday in August, the city, along with Lake Health, sponsors the free weekly Mentor Rocks concerts at the Mentor Civic Amphitheater. “These...

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ArtsNow launches new Corporate Liaison Program

Countless studies prove that our quality of life increases with vibrant and broad opportunities to experience local arts, culture, and our environment. But a dynamic arts and culture scene isn’t just a nice-to-have community asset. It’s a strong economic driver. According to a 2018 study by Ohio Citizens for the Arts and Bowling Green...

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Busy Bees Pottery & Arts Studio offers a creative twist on summer camp

Since 2015 Busy Bees Pottery & Arts Studio, has provided a cheerful creative outlet for people ranging from youth to adults to get in touch with their inner artist. Parents looking for “that something different” for their creative kiddos should check out the summer camps offered by the studio inside Great Lakes Mall. “Within the...

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Celebrate Earth Day at Penitentiary Glen

Since Earth Day began in April of 1970, the worldwide initiative to foster TLC for Mother Earth has grown by leaps and bounds, evolving into a day of action to change behaviors and raise awareness about protecting the environment. It is now observed in nearly 200 countries and has become the largest secular holiday in the world. Here in...

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Mentor Schools offers another summer of creative camps

Summer vacation signifies a break from school, but it can also mean a time to explore new avenues of learning, from maneuvering a Mars Rover to mastering gourmet cooking skills or even catching a long pass from Chicago Bears QB Mitch Trubisky. “Our summer camps have grown over the years to meet a variety of interests for our students,”...

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