Mentor, OH

The City of Mentor 2021 Updated Visitor Guide

Angela Kervorkian-Wattle

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CLEVELAND, OH – There are so many things to see and do in Mentor. This summer, the Mentor Visitor Guide has been updated, providing a list of places and events visitors can visit and enjoy for summer 2021.

The City of Mentor has over 300 retailers and 170 eateries, it is the heart of Lake County’s shopping, dining and entertainment experience. For whatever taste, the City of Mentor will provide a range of food of different cuisines and shops.

The full guide is available online, which can be downloaded from the following link: https://cityofmentor.com/wp-content/uploads/City-of-Mentor-Ohio-Visitor-Guide-May-2021.pdf.

The Mentor Visitor Guide will provide a list of all the shops, restaurants, and entertainment in Mentor. The list of restaurants is provided with complete information including delivery, curb-side pickup, or/and dine-in service availability.

Not only does the list include guides on where to eat and shop but also events and activities visitors and residents can enjoy.

Here are some of the events available for summer 2021 in Mentor:

  1. The Headlands BeachFest. This beach party will be held on July 17 from 11:00 AM till 7:00 PM at Headlands beach state park.
  2. City of Mentor Independence Day Concert and Firework. The event will be held at Mentor Civic Amphitheater. It will start at 8:00 PM and feature Darryl Worley.
  3. Mentor City Fest, a family-appropriate event that features live music, games and food on August 20 - 21 at Mentor Civic Center Park.

These are just some of the events from the many upcoming events available to enjoy in Mentor. The list also includes educational destinations, such as historical sites, cultural centers and family activities.

The City of Mentor provides a list with complete information to make it easier for visitors and residents to discover the things they can see and do in Mentor.

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