You can check here to see how your school is measuring up against the schools in your district and county for the SummerFest school competition.
Being the last one standing is no reward. Eric Grainer and his crew have been hunting werewolves and Marlowe is Grainer’s final prize. Actually, Marlowe is tired- of life, emotion, everything. He’s well over a hundred years old
Sign up for our Summerfest reading program and contribute your own book reviews (plus we got some really cool prizes, including a Nook e-reader). Go to summerfest.tscpl.org to sign up and write a review. As of June 29, the community has read more than 20,000 hours as part of our Summerfest reading program! Join the […]
Be Part of our Geek Hall of Fame; Get Your Portrait on a Poster June 29 and share what you love about your library.
Dennis Dinwiddie brought a variety of snakes to the Zoo Animals Live program for June. All of the snakes reside at the Topeka Zoo and are used in educational programs. Therefore, they are all accustomed to being held and are nonpoisonous. Many snakes benefit people. There are several different kinds of king snakes. The picture on the left shows […]
The library is loaded with resources to help you discover your family history. Read an intriguing account of one woman’s journey back through family history and learn about the library resources that helped her on her way.
Our annual summer reading program starts May 31 and ends on July 29. Record your reading hours at summerfest.tscpl.org. After every 2 hours (up to 16 hours) you are eligible for a prize which can be picked up at any bookmobile stop or the main library. All participants who read at least 12 hours (or […]
A popular community hangout for families has a new look. Come into the library and see for yourself the recent improvements to our Kids Library. A book, a movie or one of our children’s programs is a great excuse to visit your library. We are painting the walls – and look for 3D attractions like […]
Our Summerfest reading program helps bridge the reading gap that forms during summer break from school. Plus, it’s just fun. Find out what this year’s themes are and when you can start tracking your time. Plus, learn what’s happening this summer at the library.
Want something fun to do with your kid? Design a bookmark for our Summerfest bookmark design competition. Learn about entry guidelines inside this post.
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.