Bring the whole family, daycare or preschool for some guitar picking music, dancing, whimsical books and great big smiles with Kyler. [All ages]
Use Microsoft Word to edit text, insert pictures or Word art into your document, form a header or footer and create a Word table to organize information. Register online at http://tscpl.eventbrite.com.
Prove you are the best Super Smasher in town. Face off against opponents in the popular WiiU game. Bring your best moves because only one will be the reigning champion. [12-18 years]
For anyone who loves to eat but can’t cook. Learn to follow a recipe, plan healthy and delicious meals and snacks and explore different styles of cooking. [All ages]
A Brooklyn insurance attorney is entrusted with negotiating the prisoner exchange of an American pilot with a KGB spy during the Cold War. 135 minutes | Rated PG-13 | 2015
Learn about the local agencies that offer volunteer opportunities to serve your community. More than 20 organizations will be at the library to share information. Organized by Managers of Volunteer Engagement (MOVE). To participate, contact Amy Pinger, 861-7711 | email@example.com
Shake off your sleepiness with some fun songs and crazy dancin' with Kyler. Occasional surprises and guests! [Birth-5 years]
Learn the basics of weaving with yarn. Even simple looms can create beautiful textiles. Materials provided. Registration is required. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beginning-weaving-tickets-26423936706 Registration begins Thursday, September 1.
Dogs are man’s best friend, but they're also a child’s best listener. Grab your favorite book and read to the Reading Education Assistance Dogs. [All ages]
In an age of increasing diversity and widening inequality, this country needs to cultivate a sense of shared destiny and common civic purpose. To explore this idea and offer local perspectives, Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library, and the Aspen Institute Citizenship and American Identity Program are hosting an interactive panel discussion featuring local thought-leaders.
The event is based on “What Every American Should Know.”
Today, amidst giant demographic and social shifts, the United States needs common knowledge that is diverse and inclusive more than ever. Register at https://tscpl.eventbrite.comAll ages but probably more of interest to adults than children. Registration begins Monday, October 3.