The library and Brown v. Board’s Created Equal film series continues to engage. May 8, watch a documentary from the Civil Rights era and hear from two members of the Freedom Riders, a group that challenged segregation.
Fletcher’s strings sing! Be whisked away by this highly sought-after classical guitarist. Catch this New Yorker in Topeka for free!
Bring as many books as you want to donate and swap for 10 new-to-you titles to take home. This is a Friends-members only event, but memberships will be sold at the door. Swapping begins at 1pm May 3.
From a new bookmobile to an online summer reading game, visit the library this summer and try something new, whether it’s a new author, a new library location or a reading game! It’s all fun and going on now through Aug. 1.
This exhibit curated by regional high school students using the gallery’s permanent collection. This year’s show is inspired by the psychology behind perspective. Come in and discover how your perspective can be warped April 28–June 15.
Día’s dance performances, live music and great stories are always a hit. At 10am enjoy stories and crafts, and at 7pm, experience a multicultural fair, including traditional dance performances.