There will be some very magical flute playing going on live at the library on October 2nd at 3:00 PM. Music for a Sunday Afternoon will present Hannah Porter Occeña in Marvin Auditorium. Hannah’s brilliantly beautiful playing will make you happy.
Renowned art scholar to present at the library September 16 and 17.
National Novel Writing Month challenges participants to write 50,000 words in 30 days and create the first draft of a novel in a frantic but fun writing rush. Find out about the library’s programs in support of NaNoWriMo and download free handouts and resources.
Meet archaeologists and learn more about Kansas’s rich history.
Opera for kids? Absolutely.
Paper copies of your Library News are coming soon to your mailbox, but while you wait, here’s a preview of the fun that is happening at your library this summer.
With music and dancing, crafts and games, stories and free books for kids (while supplies last), a day at Día is a chance to see the amazing variety of cultures in our community and to learn about someone different from you.
We have some of the best guitar-oriented music around, waiting for you to check it out. Read more to discover some new music!
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.
Here’s where it’s at! – 10 fantastic events you need to know about at the library this spring.
Check out the American Folk Music collection and enjoy a free concert by Kelly Werts & Friends.
As one of the most talented and enduring poetic talents to ever hail from our state, Denise Low has nourished the creative spirit of readers for decades.