Social media is an excellent instrument for small business advertising, if properly utilized. Jarod McAferty, the Social Media Marketing Coordinator at Dynamic Computer Solutions, will explain how to harness the power of social media at 11am March 28 in Marvin Auditorium. He will walk you through the ins and outs of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as […]
Two of the many quilts I have hanging in my house hold special meaning for me. ”Celestial Son” (pictured here) is based on a quilt called “Celestial Dreams.” Both feature a large sun graphic surrounded by fanciful birds, flowers, trees, and an angel. I began this quilt after the turn of THIS century, having fallen in […]
Electronic Recyling Saturday, April 16th Library Parking Lot 2:00-4:00 pm During the Get Your Green on 150 Ways – Green Fair Clean out your closets, basements and storage areas, wherever you keep your surplus or obsolete electronic equipment. Now is the time to get rid of your excess electronics. Just drive up and drop off […]
Reflect on your own thoughts and memories using writing prompts and discussion inspired by the Kansas Reads 2011 selection “What Kansas Means to Me.”
There are big changes on the way for this publication. We will be mailing connectnow to library card households. Read more about the changes on page 1 (ConnectNowAprMay2011web pdf). Plus, the library’s website is getting a new look. Why customers should care. And, accessing the library is as easy as pressing a button with the […]
The community reads a book of essays inspired by our home state. Library materials move to one area, creating Collectibles Neighborhood. And, how your library is recognizing the influences of African-Americans during Black History Month. Plus, computer classes and hot new books and movies in this edition of connectnow.
If you’d like to learn more about the States choice for KS Reads come and talk to Tom Averill the editor of this year’s choice.
Monday, February 28
Marvin Auditorium 101BC