This year, Batman celebrates his 75th Anniversary. Come to Marvin Auditorium on May 17 for an afternoon of Batman activities, crafts and a movie.
Learn about the history of your neighborhood and the city of Topeka at the Neighborhood Fair May 10 from 10am-3pm. Meet and mingle with community members as you learn about Topeka’s culture and heritage.
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.