Keep informed about library happenings and read feature stories of human interest. Information about activities, services and library materials that you, the library customer, care about, but the media might not.
Woe to the lost lens cap, the single broken drawer handle on the eight-drawer dresser. Despair not! The library has your back.
This year’s National Library Week campaign is “Libraries Transform,” and this is your chance to share your library story with us.
In the February-March edition of Library News, we recruited some of our heaviest Hoopla and OverDrive users to reveal what it’s like to be obsessed.
Embedded librarians set up shop at downtown makerspace, 712 Innovations.
The bookmobiles will be out of service December 14–19 for scheduled maintenance. They will resume their regular schedule on Monday, December 21.
Facebook posts by the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library during the #CheckItOut campaign and National Library Week 2015.
At 7 p.m. Mon. Nov. 9, Roger Aeschliman presents a talk titled, “America Won the Vietnam War.”
We scroll through a feed, click links, refresh a page, easy as breathing. But what most people who’ve embraced the digital age tend to take for granted is that everyone knows that stuff. Not so.
Heartland Visioning just made a music video with Philip (Brail) Watson, who has performed at the library in the past! Here’s more information from Heartland Visioning: “Working with Downtown Topeka Inc. we contracted with Philip (Brail) Watson to produce the music and Dave Uhler of Berkeley Square Media Inc. to produce the full video and […]