See what debuted at the 1893 World's Fair that is still popular today and what the time period looked like in Chicago, New York and Kansas. Join us for a look into the world of The Devil in the White City and The Alienist during 2Book Topeka. This exhibit will be on display from Oct 1 - Nov 12 in the front gallery.
Grab your favorite book and read to these special dogs. Dogs are man’s best friend and they're a child’s best listener. [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.
Learn the proper way to hold and move the mouse. Learn about check boxes, radio buttons and scroll bars. If you can't make one of these sessions, register for a Computer & Gadget Help session to get started. Register at tscpl.org/register.
Watch this fairly odd fairy tale for the ages. R.O.U.S., fire swamps, shrieking eels, a giant, a six-fingered man and some guy called Dread Pirate Roberts. You won't be disappointed with this classic. Come watch and get a free book, as you wish. 12-18 years
An Alzheimer's Association presenter will share an overview of Alzheimer's and related dementia diseases including diagnosis, stages of the disease, communication tips and local resources for support.
Bite-sized discourse in the Capital City. Take part in this public group and discuss interesting articles. Each month a curator selects an article for the next month’s discussion. Additional articles can be discussed in an unregulated bonanza at the end of the event. Email email@example.com for more info.
Enjoy stories, songs and fingerplays that encourage a love of reading and help develop early learning skills. [3-5 years]
Statistician & Wichita State University professor Beth Clarkson will talk about voting in Kansas. The meeting is free and the public is invited to attend. A catered luncheon will be available at 11:30 a.m. for $9.25; the program will be from 12-1 p.m.