This community of student cello players under the direction of Erinn Renyer play cello ensemble music. Come see this group March 21, 1:00-2:00 pm at the Library in The Edge (teen activity room East Wing). The Cello Collective learns about performance technique, musicality and enjoys opportunities to perform at community concerts and events. Cello Collective [...]
I am the library's Program Supervisor and work with staff to help organize, promote, and create programs for the library. My creative passion is art and crafts. I have had several dough art and clay books published (type my name in the card catalog). For the last ten years I have turned my focus toward gourd art and hope you'll see me published on that topic someday too.
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Get in the spirit of the season when you attend Songs of the Season, a daily holiday music series, in the library’s rotunda. From school choirs to veteran music masters, these performances are sure to delight. Most concerts are scheduled between 11am and 2pm.
You’ve heard the expression one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. My new version of that saying is one woman’s junk is another woman’s fashion accessory. I do not collect rare buttons and I do not make fine art jewelry. But I do like to make fun funky artsy jewelry from things I find in my “junk” box.
Join award winning author Linda Rodriques for a talk about her new book.
“Fans of Nevada Barr and Sara Paretsky will relish Linda Rodriguez’s stellar debut. Her sleuth, Skeet Bannion, is a keeper. Every Last Secret is a triple crown winner; superb writing, hell for leather plotting and terrific characters.” – Julia Spencer-Fleming, New York Times bestselling author of One Was a Soldier
Book Talk with Professor Concannon
When: Sunday, October 7, 2012
Where: Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library
Marvin Auditorium 101C
Time: 2:00-3:30 p.m.
Thursday, August 2, 7:00 pm, Marvin Auditorium 101C Despite the name, Death Valley is a beautiful place full of life waiting to be explored. Join Ranger Justin Sochacki, Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site to learn about the hottest, lowest, driest place in the United States and those who have explored it, including [...]
Look for these upcoming programs presented by the park rangers from Brown V. Board of Education National Historic Site Elisha Scott, Colored Lawyer of Topeka This program revolves around Scott’s life as one of the state’s most noted attorneys and some of his most important cases where he fought to win fair treatment for all [...]
Join Professor Pamela Gordon for this final lecture of the Ancient Greeks/Modern Lives: Poetry-Drama-Dialogue.
Of all the ancient Athenian philosophical schools, the Garden of Epicurus (as one of the schools was called) was reputedly the only one that accepted women and slaves as students. Professor Gordon explores fact and fiction about the Garden, and describes why it would have attracted her over two millennia ago.
Go back in time to when ballroom dancing hit the silver screen while you enjoy two classic films with two classic dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
Any time is a good time for Recycling. Clean out your closets, basements and storage areas where you keep your ANTIQUE (old) electronic equipment and bring your surplus and obsolete equipment and accessories to the library Saturday, April 21, 1:00-3:00 pm The Green Fair starts at 2:00 so you will have time to do your [...]
Watch the Film The Help and then stay for discussion of the Book by Kathyryn Stockett with Glenda DuBoise, President, The Topeka Chapter of The Links.Inc.