We’re cutting through the chitter-chatter and getting straight to the action of Ramp It Up, our skateboard-themed art exhibit for children. These gravity-defying photos will impress, and they are even better in person.
Cut through the confusion over where Medicare fits into your retirement plan. A new program series at the library answers questions about Medicare benefits and filing for individuals nearing retirement. Stop in at 6:30pm June 12.
Unless you are organized by nature, you may need some helpful hints for decluttering your life and perhaps selling your stuff. Look no farther than your library.
It’s farmers market season, and you can get your market “fix” at the library! It’s so convenient to pick up some produce and your books.
Whether you’re beating the heat inside or you’re taking the family on the road this summer, these recently released books contain stories that will keep you entranced. Many are available in multiple formats.
Fast fingers race over piano keys during the June 8 Shinetop, Jr., concert. This afternoon of Blues and Jazz is family friendly – and free!
Double down on your support for The Library Foundation during a fair-like event June 3. The Topeka Community Foundation will match gifts made at the event.
Culled from our Lost in the Stacks blog, here’s a best-of list that will have you turning pages ’til your fingers hurt. Give these often-overlooked books a try; they might just surprise you.
With their Americana folk music, Joe and Justin teach kids about nature and make them feel like they’re floating down the river. Catch this Grammy award-winning duo May 31.
Long lines at your library will be a thing of the past. Check for yourself and see how fast, convenient and easy this new checkout system is.
Find out why checking out will be much faster. Come in and check for yourself when we reopen May 6. And remember, during closure we’ll still offer several library services, including our Bookmobile.
The library and Brown v. Board’s Created Equal film series continues to engage. May 8, watch a documentary from the Civil Rights era and hear from two members of the Freedom Riders, a group that challenged segregation.