Just how much can our community read in four hours? We’re going to need your help to find out. Cozy up with a good book, or even a dog, and read with us. Bring your friends and family! Everyone can help us make reading history.
Tap into this holiday edition of Library News. We’ll help make the new year as awesome as it can be. Let us help you figure out what to do with family members visiting from out of town. There’s always something happening at the library.
Prep for National Novel Writing Month. Take part in a frantic writing adventure in November with help from your library. Find out when the writing fun begins.
An upcoming silent film event showcases the talents of Lon Chaney as Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Find out what silent shorts will be shown alongside this classic film.
Celebrate Teen Read Week October 13-19 with your library! Teen Read Week is a national initiative from the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) with special events and programs aimed at encouraging teens around the area to read for the fun of it. The theme for 2013 is Seek the Unknown @ your library and we have great […]
Learn cost-effective steps you can take to improve comfort and conserve energy in your home from Westar Energy. Registration required.
Learn about genealogy research at the FREE 4th Annual Ancestor Fair Saturday October 19 at the Kansas Historical Society. Researchers of all experience levels will find something to pique their interest or move their research project along.
Join us for a day of entertaining stories, live music and treats, Saturday, Oct. 12. It’s a chance to explore a new learnscape for kids and hear some pretty awesome entertainment.
The library, in consultation with the community center staff, announces a slate of programming offered off-site at the centers. Community participation will determine what programs work best in what neighborhoods. Please come to the programs that interest you and let us know what you’d like to see.
Sing, dance, laugh and fall in love with books, especially the popular Pete the Cat stories. The New York Times bestselling author of Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes will be singing, guitar-strumming, harmonica blowing and banjo picking Oct. 9.
Be part of the library’s first community video! As part of the festivities surrounding the 50th anniversary of the Doctor Who franchise, the Topeka and Shawnee County Library is asking members of the community to help create a Doctor Who inspired spoof entitled, Don’t Blink in the Library! Get started with instructions inside this post.