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Mohawk Community Library

Director Susan Runion susan.runion@mohawkcl.org
Phone 419-927-2407
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Dungeons & Dragons at MCL
200 South Sycamore Ave.
Sycamore, Ohio

Mon.-Fri. 9am to 8pm
Sat. 9am to 2pm
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Mohawk Community Library
P.O. Box 9
Sycamore, Ohio 44882
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From May 5th through July 26th
(12 weeks of walking & reading) Each participant to sign up at Mohawk Community Library for Mind Body & Sole will receive a pedometer and a Mind Body & Sole scorecard. Participants just need to get a total of 26 books read or listened to, then run/walk a total of 26 miles or 52,000 pedometer steps from May 5th through July 26th to earn prizes for both the miles and the books.
Let's get moving!
Due to the popularity of the last D & D game session we will be hosting another day of D & D gaming on Saturday, July 19th at 10am. Join us for a day of fun and snacks at the library.
Kroger Reward Card
Do you have a Kroger Rewards Card?
Register your card at Kroger.com/communityrewards to help raise money for the Mohawk Community Library. We have made the web address above take you straight to the site.
1,000 Books Read Before Kindergarten!!!
The Mohawk Community Library is excited to start the new 1,000 Books Program for children ages birth to kindergarten. The child's parent is encouraged to read 1,000 books to them before they enter kindergarten. This program is meant to cover the first five years of life. Parents can enter their child/children at any age before kindergarten. There is no prize for finishing quickly. Parents are encouraged to enjoy the books from the library with their child/children. The purpose of the program is to encourage reading to very young children. After every 100 books the child is given a incentive for that level. After 1,000 books are finished the child receives a 1,000 Books T-shirt and a certificate. We hope that the parent and child will enjoy reading together and it will become a regular part of their family life.
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Desk Clerk
Walking with Kim
Local historian Kim Mohr will be leading guided walking tours for the Mind Body & Sole program starting in May. We will have walks on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays. (if the weather is nice)
So if you still need walking miles for your Mind, Body, and Sole come on down to the library.
Mind, Body & Sole at MCL
Pie Baking Contest & Auction at MCL
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At the Family Fun Festival on Friday, July 11th the Mohawk Community Library will be holding a Pie Baking Contest and auction. Classes for the contest are large fruit (apple, peach, etc.), small fruit (cherry, blueberry, raisin, etc.), and other (cream pies, mixed fruit, sugar, etc.). Pies have to be at the Firehouse before 4:30pm. There is no limit on how many pies you can enter, so enter your favorite pie and someone else's too. The more pies entered the more there are to auction. Ned Gregg will start auctioning the pies at 6:30pm. Donations received from the pie auction will go directly to the library for Adult & Children's programming.
Pie Baking Contest Rules
Pie must be in aluminum pan with name on bottom of pan. Pies must have at least one homemade pie crust. Deliver pie to Firehouse between 3:30pm - 4:30pm on Friday, July 11th. Judging criteria is 1) CRUST, 2) FILLING, 3) APPEARANCE, 4) TASTE. Entries open to everyone; men, women, youth, etc. Pies will be auctioned by Ned Gregg Realty at 6:30pm.
Family Fun Festival At MCL
Help us end the Summer Reading Program with a FIZZ BOOM on Friday, July 11th at 4:30 pm. It will be an evening of fun, food, and fellowship. The Mohawk community is rallying around the library in an effort to celebrate another successful Summer Reading Program.
The Mohawk Community Library Foundation and the MCL Board of Trustees along with our community churches, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H Clubs, Mohawk Lioness, Sycamore Lions Club and Women's Literary Club, and community "helpers" are hosting a pulled pork sandwich meal and an evening of fun activities. All donations received from the meal go directly to the Library for programming.

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