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If you are starting to think about your Spring garden and need help, have no fear! Master Gardeners will be back in 2014 for a great series of programs. Here is a quick list of what you can expect almost every month – sometimes even twice a month! Thursday October 24, 2013 | 7-8:00PM | […]
Read and discuss The Twelve Tribes of Hattie by Ayana Mathis on Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 7-8:45 pm in the Hughes Room on the second floor of the library.
Artificial light is utilized to jump start plants inside for summer gardens several months before the growing season begins, in addition it can also be used for keeping your houseplants alive and thriving during the winter months, when natural lighting is unavailable. The most effective and inexpensive light source for houseplants is a fluorescent tube. […]
Kids’ eyes light up with surprise when they cruise through our nonfiction area and find Tyrannosaurus Rex legs standing in the stacks. An octopus-wrapped aquarium and a school bus pulling up to a schoolhouse add to their fascination. Truth be told, adults dig the new Kids Library too. Come in and see for yourself the […]
Have you been too busy lately and missed some movies you wanted to see in the theater? Well, our public library has been doing a great job of getting those movies into our collection so you can watch them at home. Here’s a list that will help you start catching up on your viewing this […]
Remember a wonderful movie you saw years ago–if it’s one that you’d like to see again or like to show to your kids, then it’s a Classic Movie. Your library has an incredible collection of Classic Movies and is adding more every year. Here’s a list of some you might like to watch this winter: […]
Who is the smartest of them all? See who took top prize at the library’s quarterly trivia weekend, find out what the most popular topics were, and learn how to get your trivia team signed up for the next trivia events at the library!
Beginning October 1 bookmobiles will add three new stops to their community schedule. Check out this blog post to find the stops near your home, work or school.
The library, in consultation with the community center staff, announces a slate of programming offered off-site at the centers. Community participation will determine what programs work best in what neighborhoods. Please come to the programs that interest you and let us know what you’d like to see.
The library has the tools and the staff to assist you in your genealogical research, and one such “tool” that’s very popular is our obituary request service. The Topeka Room has more than 170,000 obituaries indexed from Topeka newspapers from 1906 to present and is available 24/7 online.