Besides visiting with our Green Fair exhibitors and picking up information, there’s a lot of other things going on at the same time. Here are just a few.
Come to the Green Fair, 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 16. If you’ve been wanting to move toward a greener life, this is a gotta-be-there event for you.
Two new books in the Travel Neighborhood offer looks into very different routes of travel. For the more conventional traveler we have travel by train and for the more adventurous traveler, the Silk Road.
Ready to get growing in the new year? Anyone who has ever tried to grow anything knows it’s not as easy as it looks. Luckily, the Master Gardeners are here to help with tried and true tips and practical advice for everyone from the novice to the old hand. Join us for the first program of 2016, Starting Seeds, Thursday, January 7 here at your library, 7 – 8 pm.
How to follow in the footsteps of your favorite book set in Egypt.
Topeka has many beautiful gardens and one of the most interesting is the Ward Meade Botanical Garden located on the grounds surrounding Ward Meade house built in 1860.
Crisp fall weather is on its way and soon it will be time to celebrate a Topeka tradition for 36 years. The annual Apple Festival at Ward-Meade Park and Old Prairie Town is just around the corner.
Vacation with the superheroes when you travel to one of these great destinations. Oh, and be sure to pack your wrinkle-free cape and an extra pair of tights… maybe a magic lasso… an extra mask…
The gardening season is in full swing now and the Lawn & Garden Neighborhood has a great crop of new gardening books for you to peruse, devour, pour over, dream of, be inspired by, absorb information from and spark your imagination!
Tofino on Vancouver Island has been a resource outpost, hippie enclave and now an eco-resort town, according the Lonely Planet guide on British Columbia & the Canadian Rockies. And it’s a great place to commune with nature in general and the gentle giants in particular.
Come recycle your electronics at the TSCPL Green Fair, Sunday, April 19. Asset LifeCycle, a certified e-recycler, will be in our parking lot from 12:00 to 2:00 to accept items*. What’s so important about recycling electronics?
Do you remember your first bicycle? That free, heady feeling of moving faster than your legs could ever carry you. The pride when you learn to master the balancing act that keeps you upright. Your old bicycle can help that dream come true for someone else.