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]
Senior Health Insurance Counseling for Kansas helps you navigate the complex web of Medicare.
Get started with the basics of Microsoft Word. Learn to use fonts, spell check and some basic editing techniques to help you navigate, create and edit documents. To register, go to http://tscpl.org/register
An overview of memory loss, Alzheimer's and related dementia diseases, including diagnosis, stages of the disease and communication tips will be shared by an Alzheimer's Association presenter, along with local resources for support.
Learn basic internet functions and visit a variety of sites for information and entertainment. To register, go to http://tscpl.org/register
“Bite-sized discourse in the Capital City.” This is a public group to discuss interesting articles. Each month a “curator” is chosen to select an article for next month’s discussion. Additional articles can be discussed in an unregulated bonanza at the end of the event. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Using the story “Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway, Professor of English Literature Anthony Funari will teach writers to “show” rather than just “tell” important details to readers. Learn to analyze from a writer’s perspective and improve your writing. Sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council.
Share stories, songs and crafts with your older toddler. This 6-week program transitions children from lap-sitting to independent storytimes. Registration for classes on Tuesdays from 3/21-4/25 begins 9 a.m. Tues. March 7. Register online at http://tscpl.org/register. [24-36 months] Registration begins Tuesday, March 7.
Stories, songs and fingerplays that encourage a love of reading and help develop early learning skills for children. [3-5 years]
April’s speaker will be Bill Persinger, Jr, CEO of Valeo Behavioral Health Center. The meeting is free and the public is invited to attend. Millennium Cafe-catered luncheon at 11:30 a.m. for $8.95; program from 12-1 p.m.