Learn how to use “Art as Hope” in the next session of the Cancer Survivor Education Series, at noon on Tuesday, October 23 in the Anton Room. Jane Hanni, Assistant Curator of Education at the Mulvane Art Museum, will help you look, create and understand. Check out art therapy resources from the library’s collection and the Health Information Neighborhood.
On the Shelf: Take Me Out to the Ballgame
Do you enjoy books about underdogs? Then join Dave and Nate as they talk about the book, “One Shot at Forever: A Small Town, an Unlikely Coach, and a Magical Baseball Season”, by Sports Illustrated writer Chris Ballard.
Here at the Library, we offer a variety of resources to help you search for a new job. We have print resources, online resources, and a professional staff that can help you one-on-one with resumes, cover letters, and online job applications. Here are some of the resources available to make your job search smoother and [...]
It started out as a favor for a special lady, but Pepper went too far and the favor turned into a fight, then Pepper was arrested, but instead of jail he ended up in a mental ward. He was to be observed for seventy-two hours and then could be released, but those hours turned into days and weeks. Pepper was trapped in a place where he didn’t believe he belonged, and it seemed his nightmare couldn’t be any worse, but it was because of the Devil.
Break out the sugar skulls and paper mâché flowers. Topeka is holding its first ever Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Festival. The library is hosting one of the festival’s signature events, a concert reading of the play The Bones of Butterflies by Marcia Cebulska (its debut performance!) on Oct. 28 at 3pm [...]
Free screenings, education and resources to improve your health, Saturday, October 20, 2012, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. In the Atrium and the Health Information Neighborhood at the library, provided by Nursing Students from the Baker University School of Nursing