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Great music, stories and dance from around the world awaits you at Children’s Day/Book Day. Two times to choose from April 30. Families will engage in cultural activities and receive a free book (first come-first served).
Your family will have so much fun at the library this summer. Plan now to enjoy 8 weeks of entertaining programs, plus a kick-off event May 31 featuring the Grammy-winning Okee Dokee Brothers.
It’s time to revisit Middle Earth and once again share adventure with Bilbo, Gandalf and the Dwarves. We’ll host games like Bowling for Dwarves and Knock Over the Orcs. You will also enjoy trivia, Spider Cookies and more. Saturday, December 14th 3:00 – 5:00 pm Marvin Auditorium Here’s a trailer for the upcoming movie […]
Travis is a frequent library user, and he knows that the library is the place to go to learn more about what interests him. Lately, he is interested in dragons! One benefit of using library books with preschool kids is that when they are ready to move on to their next interest, you can return all the dragon books and check out books on knights…or dirigibles…or whatever comes next!
With their slimy skin and lack of cuteness it’s easy to understand why these wrigglers below our feet get overlooked. In reality, worms are powerhouses that make the world go round! Worms improve soil conditions for farmers and gardeners and are a major food source for many animals. In fact, after studying all the amazing […]
Natalie Valarezo is a Kansas native. Marilyn Wiens Horsch is also a native Kansan and a talented artist who calls Lawrence home. They will share their collaboration Mia’s Shoe Dillemma