We can help during the government shutdown by providing free learning and leisure events and resources.
Check out our digital magazine library that gives you free access to hundreds of popular magazines.
DigitalLearn is a new online learning tool for people who are new to, haven’t used or are not comfortable with computers.
This year’s National Library Week campaign is “Libraries Transform,” and this is your chance to share your library story with us.
IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, May 26, 2015 Contact: Kristen Brunkow firstname.lastname@example.org 785-231-6006 Diana Friend email@example.com 785-580-4486 Public invited to vision for community and library’s future (TOPEKA, KS) Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library and Heartland Visioning invite Shawnee County residents to identify the priorities needed for shaping their community and library. The public is invited to […]
Movie on the Lawn offers sizable family fun Sat., Sept. 27 at 8pm.
This summer, Topeka Metro offers to bus kids to the library for free. Patrons are invited to flash their library card as they hop on board.
The Library Foundation has received a $200,000 gift from the Capitol Federal® Foundation to fund a new bookmobile in 2014.
The library has the tools and the staff to assist you in your genealogical research, and one such “tool” that’s very popular is our obituary request service. The Topeka Room has more than 170,000 obituaries indexed from Topeka newspapers from 1906 to present and is available 24/7 online.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library is now a tobacco free campus. The policy change became effective after action taken by the Board of Trustees during its July 18 meeting. The change takes effect immediately. The library personnel will act in educational mode with the public for some time to inform people of the […]
The Topeka Metro makes connecting to local destinations possible for kids by offering free bus rides this summer. That’s great news for the kids who want to attend our awesome line-up of summer programs but don’t have a ride. Learn more about this summer bus promotion.
The Kansas Book Festival is an annual event that showcases current authors and books and promotes the importance of reading to Kansans. The 2012 festival will be Saturday, Sept. 15 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Kansas Museum of History in Topeka. The event is free and open to the public. Designed for […]