At the Makin’ Moves Wellness Conference, learn how to balance your life with intellectual and spiritual growth, healthy eating, and exercise. Come prepared to learn and do a few light exercises.
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Listen to songs that will get you in the holiday spirit during our Music for a Sunday Afternoon series. The free show starts at 3pm Dec. 15 and stars John Currey, one of KC’s best percussionists.
The Alice C. Sabatini Gallery’s Topeka Competition 31, a juried, arts and crafts exhibition, has attracted exquisite entries from as far away as New York, New Mexico and Pennsylvania. Jewelry, metalwork, sculpture and ceramics, including some unusual vessels (translate: would you really put tea in that?!), are on display Dec. 6 through Jan. 19. A […]
Will you help fill the shelves of a brand new Bookmobile with best-selling books and chart-topping media? Here’s your invitation to support the community by giving to The Library Foundation.
Catch live musical performances in the library’s rotunda Dec. 2-20. Cheer on both student and professional musicians as they share the holiday spirit through music.
Create to your heart’s content and when you’re done, you’ll have a gift that touches the heart of your special someone. Come to our crafting day Dec. 5 at 3:30pm in the Kids Library.
The Big Read is an initiative that gets everyone in the community to read the same book. This year we need the community’s help in deciding what to read. You can cast your vote for the next community read inside this post.
Listen to the tunes tastemakers love! We’ve polled some teen customers on artists they’ve checked out. So, what are waiting for? Free music from the library is always in vogue. Get rockin’ with these teen picks.
Come listen to this beguiling folk singer and fingerstyle guitarist Sunday, Nov. 24 at 3pm. You’ll be delighted at his take on favorite tunes from early America.
Come hang with friends and create, write, play, cook, dress up in costume and maybe even learn something cool! Talk books with your friends and our teen librarian. There’s something to appeal to every interest or hobby. Check out these programs.
For decades, Gary K. Clarke led photography safaris all over Africa. He collected thousands of photographs and has authored three books previously, which are in the library’s collection. He discusses his newest book, Once Upon a Time in Africa, Nov. 10 at 7pm in Marvin Auditorium. As Director Emeritus of the World Famous Topeka Zoo, […]