Professional storyteller Rosie Cutrer will lead Storytelling for Adults, sharing the magic of her expertise with a crowd of novice storytellers at the library 1 p.m. Aug. 30
Every week more than twenty thousand customers walk into the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library, and not just for our books. Over 7,000 meetings and programs take place each year in our meeting spaces. Library staff provide programs and services in schools, childcare facilities, community recreation centers, on library vehicles, at senior living facilities, […]
Did you know for a time the library had branches? It did. Through a creative partnership with school district the Library placed branches in 6 public schools by 1932. Some were open only during the school day, others during the summer. All served children as well as adults. By the end of the era of […]
Juggling, yo-yo tricks, hip-hoppin’ birds, songs and stories. Wednesdays at the library rule with live entertainment, lots of smiling faces and laughs. Check out these amazing acts on Wednesdays through July.
Chat and learn more Saturday, June 28, 2014 from 10:00 am–2:00 pm. The Make a Difference in Your Community Fair features a group of community agencies. Find out how you or someone you know can help.
The Alice C. Sabatini Gallery will soon look like Topeka’s fourth skate park complete with its own version of a half-pipe. It’s all in honor of Ramp It Up: Skateboard Culture in Native America, a Smithsonian exhibit, which takes us outside the local skate scene and deep into Native American culture. This is the gallery’s […]