Fletcher’s strings sing! Be whisked away by this highly sought-after classical guitarist. Catch this New Yorker in Topeka for free!
Tap into digital movies, television shows, even instructional videos, like workout videos. We’ve given you six classic entertainment titles to get you started, but we ask you to explore this service and let us know what you like about Hoopla.
Bring as many books as you want to donate and swap for 10 new-to-you titles to take home. This is a Friends-members only event, but memberships will be sold at the door. Swapping begins at 1pm May 3.
This exhibit curated by regional high school students using the gallery’s permanent collection. This year’s show is inspired by the psychology behind perspective. Come in and discover how your perspective can be warped April 28–June 15.
Día’s dance performances, live music and great stories are always a hit. At 10am enjoy stories and crafts, and at 7pm, experience a multicultural fair, including traditional dance performances.
The library mourns the loss of a Board of Trustee member who meant so much to so many. Bob Harder passed away at age 84 after a long and successful career in government and working with children.
Experience the newest, most challenging and exciting works in American, contemporary printmaking. Exhibit opens April 18.
Heads up! New check-out stations will be located throughout the library this spring. Have your card and your PIN ready for a speedy, more convenient, more discreet way of checking out starting May 6.
Our “selfie” campaign invites you to share your library moments April 13-19 during National Library Week. Help tell the library story through pictures. Share yours; here’s how.
Honor the 60th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision by taking part in an All-City Book Read centered around having positive conversations about racial issues.
Have a professional appraise your antiques from 10am to 3pm April 19. Appraisal cost does apply, but it’ll be worth it if you find out you have an antique you can retire on.
Clean out the electronics clutter in your home or office when you take part in electronics recycling at the Green Fair April 19. Enjoy giveaways, kid crafts, dozens of vendors and great library resources for living green.