It’s March tournament time again. I watched KU and/or K-State in the NCAA basketball tournament (even NIT) every year since the early to mid-1970’s with my dad. As I got older, into my 20’s and 30’s, same thing, even if only one or two games, depending on my schedule and activities—my dad was always available [...]
On the Shelf: Take Me Out to the Ballgame
Shia was caught for her almost flawless forgery of a national masterpiece and sentenced to be executed but was given an unusual offer to spare her life. An attempt had been made on the Emperor’s life leaving him in a soulless state of unconsciousness. The arbiters, who were running the country, want Shia to forge a soul for the Emperor to bring him back to consciousness.
One of publisher Thames & Hudson’s most popular series is “The Most Beautiful Villages of…” photography books. You may have noticed them scattered throughout the Travel Neighborhood—large-sized books with gorgeous covers, inviting you to wander through the most beautiful villages in various places in Europe and the US. Let’s take a look at just a few…
Meet and eat at the library. We have meeting spaces for three to 300 people – plus catering, if you want to keep your group fed and alert. The library is one of the most cost-effective yet versatile meeting room spaces in Topeka. Find out how we can help with your group’s next meeting.
The first Medicare Mondays is held April 1 at 1:00 pm in Menninger Room 206. Join Medicare Mondays at the Library! Senior Health Insurance Counseling for Kansas (SHICK) counselors help you navigate through the complex web that is Medicare. Bring your questions.
Librarians Dave and Nate write mostly about books guys dig. Their reviews appeal to the sports enthusiasts or even to readers simply fascinated by stories of perseverance, leadership and competition. Dave likes to throw in a few history books for your enjoyment too. Their blog Uncommonly Good Books Read by Two Common Guys is published periodically on tscpl.org. If you’ve missed their previous posts, here’s a few we think you might like.