Whether you are a do-it-yourself-type person or need a helping hand, let the library help stock your shelves or your device with loads of great books.
Protect your identity by dropping off unwanted personal documents between 10am and 2pm for professional and secure shredding.
The people of Topeka and Shawnee County value their library. We saw a big increase in checkouts of digital content. Find out which ebooks were the most popular 2013 and what else was trending.
With this book list you’ll have no excuse not to join us at the African-American Read-In Feb. 22 and 23. Honor African-American culture during Black History Month by reading about it!
With a good mix of original tunes and crowd-pleasing covers, Invisible Bike rock band promises you’ll enjoy their free, live performance Feb. 16.
Enjoy this family-friendly afternoon of music that will put a smile on your face, rhythm in your body and a song in your heart. Come hear Picking’s beautiful melodies Feb. 9.
Your DIY wedding is a snap using the library. Here are questions our Wedding Specialist repeatedly answered during a recent appearance at a local bridal fair, where we helped hundreds of brides-to-be. Maybe we can help you too.
A Brown v. Board-library partnership salutes civil rights trailblazers through a film series featuring panel discussions. The first film is slated for Feb. 2.
This Kansas Day program gives you an understanding for just how much life in Kansas has changed since the mid-1800s Join us Jan. 29 for this informative and engaging event featuring re-enactors.
The Library Foundation has announced its officers for 2014. They include Jeanne Slusher, who was reelected to a second term as chair.
Smoke. Flame. Fire at its most raw form. Prairie fires are quintessentially Kansas. Learn more about your state and its ecosystem when you view photos, ceramics and paintings depicting the fires.
Experience a faster tscpl.org. A new design for the Digital Branch officially rolls out Jan. 29. Find out why you’re gonna love it.