No school on Friday?! A three-day weekend?! That’s like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. It’s as good as discovering a lucky four leaf clover. By golly, it’s better than pouring a bowl of Lucky Charms and getting nothing but marshmallows. Sweet! If you’d like to sprinkle some shenanigans into [...]
On the Shelf: Take Me Out to the Ballgame
So, the High School and Middle School seasons are winding down…you might be thinking about YMCA or Sports Zone ball….maybe Washburn Basketball or KU Basketball camp. With all of March to relax and enjoy the “Madness” that it brings, you’re going to watch these amazing College Kids and dream big! Use this month to inspire you [...]
Movies, Cherry Blossoms, Cheese and Beer!
From comic books shows to chili cook-offs, fun fairs and festivals are held all across America. Whatever your interest, I’m sure someone, somewhere is celebrating it.
It’s thirty years after the Kollaps and humanity is on the verge of extinction because the planet is almost uninhabitable. There are a few people who have changed, enabling them to survive outdoors. One of them is Josef Horkai, but since the Kollaps he has been stored in a suspended state.
At the library we are committed to helping every child learn to read before they start school. Programs like our educational and interactive storytimes are, for many, the gateway to becoming a reader for life. The events nurture children’s social skills and give them a chance to be read to by someone different.
In this edition of All Booked Up, Diana gives you a sneak peek of an upcoming author talk with Debra Goodrich Bisel. The ladies talk about what surprised Bisel as she wrote The Civil War in Kansas. Non-historians and non-scholars will find Bisel’s book quite accessible. We hope to see you at her talk March 10.