If the fourth of July is almost here, Wimbledon must be starting up, and as the third of the tennis grand slams gets under way, now is the time to step up your tennis game as well. Did you know the library has instructional books and DVDs that can help you improve your play on […]
Calling all basketball fans, sports nuts and readers of fine literature…do you have a basketball jones? Well, the NBA finals featuring Lebron James and the Miami Heat battling Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs in an epic match-up that is sure to be an enjoyable series starting tonight on ABC! Between games, why not earn […]
Spring is now in full swing and it is time to go outside and finally enjoy the beautiful weather. Running and walking are great ways to enjoy nature, while exercising at the same time. There are a few places around Topeka where you can enjoy the great outdoors. I personally like going out to Lake […]
Come to the library Wednesday April 24, from 7-8:30 and spend an evening with the inventor of basketball, James Naismith, as he is brought to life in a one-man play by Dr. Bill Worley, instructor of history, from the Metropolitan Community Colleges of Kansas City Blue River campus. Dr. James Naismith was born near Ottawa, […]
Ah, the NCAA Tournament bracket. Why do we torture ourselves each year by filling one out? Nate examines this, and wonders if you’ve had to wave your white flag of surrender yet.
It’s March tournament time again. I watched KU and/or K-State in the NCAA basketball tournament (even NIT) every year since the early to mid-1970’s with my dad. As I got older, into my 20’s and 30’s, same thing, even if only one or two games, depending on my schedule and activities—my dad was always available […]