Santa is coming to the library to lead storytime! Dec. 1 | 10:00–11:00am | Story Zone Ho! Ho! Ho! A special visitor from the North Pole stops by to read some fun stories and visit with kids. Parents and grandparents, bring your cameras and take advantage of this photo opportunity. Kids can make a craft […]
Get in the spirit of the season when you attend Songs of the Season, a daily holiday music series, in the library’s rotunda. From school choirs to veteran music masters, these performances are sure to delight. Most concerts are scheduled between 11am and 2pm.
Try out a style of the 1920s. Learn how to knit or crochet a Cloche hat. Be fashionably dressed for The Big Read in February when we read and discuss The Great Gatsby. Knit or crochet one of these hats based on styles that have started showing up in stores. Why spend the money when […]
Author of The Depression Cure, Dr. Stephen Ilardi, comes to the library Dec. 5 to share some insight into why prescription medicine may not be the best cure for depressive illness and what else sufferers can try.
This is your opportunity to go beyond peanut butter and jelly. Create an afterschool snack. Do you enjoy meat, cheese and mayo or something more creative like bean sprouts, spinach and hummus? All ingredients are provided. Just bring your appetite. Monday, November 26, 4:00-5:00 PM, The Edge
In this edition of Library News, find the schedule of events, profiles on two of our board members and read about the transformation going on in our Kids Library (see cover story). Correction: The program below was listed in the Library News as Jan 2. It is Jan 9. Sing, Move & Learn [3–5 years […]
Join us in the Topeka Room (204) on Sunday, November 18, 2:00-3:00pm to hear Kansas Author Mary Ann Wittman talk about her new children’s books. The Little Christmas Tree, Muffy And The Big Pink Ball & Clemmie and the Mailman are delightful tales for children of all ages. Get a head start with a new […]