Share stories, songs and crafts with your older toddler. This 6-week program transitions children from lap-sitting to independent story times. Registration for classes on Tuesdays from 6/6-7/18 begins 9 a.m. Tues. May 23. Register at tscpl.org/register. 24-36 months Registration begins Tuesday, May 23.
Stories, songs and activities that encourage a love of reading and help develop early literacy skills. Each session counts for 30 minutes toward your Summerfest reading goal. 3-5 years
Read, build and discover with inspiring and exciting stories followed by crafts and activities. Each session counts for 30 minutes toward your Summerfest reading goal, with different stories and activities every time. How will you build a better world? [6-12 years]
Join us for lunch Monday-Friday from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in David J's where children of ages from birth-18 can eat for free. This program is sponsored by Harvesters, with meals provided by the Millennium Cafe. Birth-18 years
Learn basic internet functions and visit a variety of sites for information and entertainment. Register at tscpl.org/register.
Kids will work with an artist to create a garden installation in the gallery. Each week there will be different sculptures to build and add such as native flowers, birds, and insects. Try different techniques and materials as we build together. 8-12 years
A dedicated time to focus on your technology questions. Bring your laptop, tablet or other device. Practice new computer skills or learn to use the library catalog while trainers are available. Describe the help you need when you register at tscpl.org/register.
As part of the Topeka City of Character’s challenge to have real conversations about character, publisher Zach Ahrens will lead the foray into the newspaper process, including how editorial and advertising are divorced from newsroom operations, and how individual reporters take on the challenge to truthfully report the news.
Join us for the first of three 2Book Topeka discussions. This time we will share our insights of the book The House of the Scorpion. On July 6 we will discuss The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and on July 23 we'll compare the two books. adults