Want something fun to do with your kid? Design a bookmark for our Summerfest bookmark design competition. Learn about entry guidelines inside this post.
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To get going with your vacation ideas make your first stop the library’s Travel Neighborhood. Here’s how the library helped me plan for my vacation and how it might be helpful to you.
Book bargin shoppers can stuff brown grocery bags (provided) full of books for just $5 a bag at the Friends of the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library Bag Day Book Sale Sat., April 23 from 10am–4pm. This one-day sale includes both hardbound and paperback books on all topics including children’s, religion, health, large print, [...]
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library will host two learning programs for kids and their families: Under the Sea, April 12 and 13, and BLOCKfest™, April 15. Reservations are required for both classes. Children ages 8 months to 8 years will enjoy BLOCKfest™, at 9am, 10:30am and 1pm, April 15, in Marvin Auditorium. During [...]
Click here for reading recommendations from your library. Amazing stories await you. Check out one of these books – most appropriate for children ages birth to 10 years.
This is your source for planning your summer fun! The library offers tons of adventure for kids and adults this summer, from live musical performances to a how-to class on making the most of your vacation photos. Check out the summer edition of connectnow magazine, jam-packed with great ideas for fun.
The 3D arts and crafts exhibit showcases the best from across the country. Come in to the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery for an exhibit that will exceed your expectations April 1-May 13.
As local partners gear up for our popular Green Fair April 16 – a day where “green” rules and vendors, demos and literature explain why – it’s time we gauge the return on our own green efforts. Does the library practice what we preach – I mean aside from being Topeka’s No. 1 book recycler? [...]
As part of the Kansas sesquicentennial, we’re honoring women who made Kansas history Sunday, March 27. Join us in Marvin Auditorium.
Being a smart consumer can save you big. Read up on products before you buy. Use the library’s subscription to Consumer Reports to give you peace of mind on life’s big decisions.