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 […]
From binkies to bifocals, everyone can read and win this summer at the library. Find out how to start reading for free food and other great prizes.
Long lines at your library will be a thing of the past. Check for yourself and see how fast, convenient and easy this new checkout system is.
Find out why checking out will be much faster. Come in and check for yourself when we reopen May 6. And remember, during closure we’ll still offer several library services, including our Bookmobile.
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.
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.