Sometimes I have a hard time being ready for winter. When I feel the winter blues coming on, I know it’s time to get out of the house and enjoy the beauty and FUN this season can bring. What does your holiday season look like for this winter? Whether your weekends are booked, or you are looking for […]
I am a Public Services Specialist at TSCPL and you can catch me at the Reference and Red Carpet desks. I am a graduate from Emporia State University with my Sociology degree, so the public library is the perfect place for me and my fascination with people. I like science fiction/fantasy, stories about sisters, and anything with a good tune behind it. I am always up for an adventure!
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For a short while in college I contemplated majoring in anthropology, because the idea of traveling around the world, studing people and their cultures completely fascinated me. While I didn’t pursue anthropology as a major, I did find a way to sastify that curiosity. By reading books of other people who’ve had these adventures. One such […]
It is almost fall, and this my most favorite time of year. Why, you ask? In addition to the leaves changing beautiful colors, wearing warm cuddly sweaters, and sitting on your porch, drinking hot apple cider while reading your favorite library book, there are also so many fantastic fairs and festivals that accompany the autumn season. The Tall Corn Festival takes […]
Here in Kansas we seem to finally be rounding that corner into summer. For me this brings to mind memories of camping, fishing, and lazy afternoons relaxing and reading a good book. For those of you looking for Kansas camping sites and fishing holes, you’ve come to the right place. The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism […]
Often times our wish to travel around the globe is restricted by our finances, lack of time or family obligations. Even though you may not be able to physically visit far away places, you can experience cultural diversity at the library Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Join us for El Dia de los Ninos/El Dia de los Libros (Children’s […]
There is a small town in Texas that has made gardening some what of a local tradition. The Azalea Trails in Tyler, Texas has become well known in the area as the place to go if you want to experience some truly lovely floriculture. The Azalea Trail has been an annual tradition for more than 50 years […]