Learn the basics of appliqué with felt. With a few simple stitches you can make a colorful coaster and develop skills you can use for larger projects. Materials provided. To register, call the Shawnee North Community Center, 785-286-0676. adults
Whether you are interested in history or your family’s role in it, this program, hosted by the Topeka Genealogical Society, is for you. The public is invited. Rich McReynolds will share a plethora of websites where genealogical and historical maps can be found that will shed light on the life and times of your ancestors.
Get started in genealogy and learn how to use the print and online resources your library offers. Receive a pedigree chart and other helpful forms for keeping records as you research your family tree. To register call Shawnee North at 785-286-0676.
Save hours of shopping and find the best plant varieties from your library chair. Presented by Shawnee County Extension's Master Gardeners
Tour a tallgrass prairie bison ranch and learn about Kansas native wildflowers. Limit 12 per tour. Details provided following required registration at tscpl.org/register.
Let's talk about healthy lifestyles as we launch the new 2Book Topeka community reading program. Visit our booth and talk with area health professionals, and enter for a chance to win copies of "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" and "The House of Scorpions." We will read both books this summer. all ages
Board games and video games bring us together to face challenges, suffer defeats and taste victory. Learn to play a new game or bring a classic to the table. Children are welcome with their adults. [All ages]
Shop high-quality, locally grown produce, farm fresh eggs and fresh-cut flowers. Make a free fun kid's craft at the library booth.
Senior Health Insurance Counseling for Kansas helps you navigate the complex web of Medicare.
June's speaker is Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan, Pastor of the United Universal Fellowship of Topeka and member of Topekans for Racial Justice. The meeting is free and the public is invited to attend. Millennium Cafe-catered luncheon at 11:30 a.m. for $9.25; program from 12-1 p.m.