Shake off your sleepiness with some fun songs and crazy dancin' with Kyler. Occasional surprises and guests! [Birth-5 years]
Grab your blankets and lawn chairs and head on down to the State Capitol to experience outdoor cinema at its best. Disney's 1977 film The Rescuers follows Rescue Aid Society's furry heroes, Bernard and Miss Bianca, as they locate and try to rescue a kidnapped orphan being held by treasure hunters down in the swampy bayou. all ages
Celebrate the accomplishment of collaborating on a literary writing and publishing project with author interviews, conversations about the process, the stories behind the stories and autographed bookplates.
Grab your favorite book and read to these special dogs. Dogs are man’s best friend and they're a child’s best listener. [All ages]
Discuss All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. The novel follows the lives of two young people caught up in the events of WWII, Marie-Laurie the blind daughter of a French locksmith and Werner a gifted German boy with an obsession for radios.
It's time to Get Literary. Teens 14-18, meet and discuss current YA titles with people who love books as much as you. All titles in this year's club are Michael Printz Award winners or honorees. September's book is Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein. This group meets bi-monthly at Barnes & Noble. Register at tscpl.org/register. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info. 14-18 Registration begins Friday, September 1.
Shop high-quality, locally grown produce, farm fresh eggs and fresh-cut flowers. Make a free fun kid's craft at the library booth.
Dr. RaLynn Schmalzried from Washburn University evaluates some of the programs and products designed to help keep a healthy brain and memory. She will also discuss how normal memory processes change as a person ages, and what limits and benefits may come from brain training.
See an overview of our online learning tool for new computer users. Bring your email address and password or sign up in class. DigitalLearn is sponsored by Cox Communications and the Public Library Association. Registration required online at tscpl.org/register or call 785-580-4400.
An Alzheimer's Association presenter will share an overview of Alzheimer's and related dementia diseases including diagnosis, stages of the disease, communication tips and local resources for support.