Adult Services

BIG BOOKS, little toys: An Adult Bus Trip! – Wed. June 13, 9:30 am-4:00 pm

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The day will be spent exploring Kansas City. Our first stop will be the Kansas City Public Library Central Branch, where we will experience a guided, beyond-the-bookshelves tour of the Central Library’s unique spaces and rich history.

Our next stop will be the City Market for lunch (on your own) and time to explore the Wednesday Mini Market, which features local growers, artisans, performers and even youth vendors. Feel free to bring your cooler and grab some fresh goodies to take home.

Our last stop will be a guided tour through The National Museum of Toys/Miniatures.

The trip will include some walking and standing.

Prepayment of $10 is required at time of registration. Registration deadline is Monday, June 11.

Seating is limited. Older children welcome when accompanied by an adult.

Thank you to the Friends of the Basehor Library for helping to fund our bus trips!

Barn Quilt Classes – Same Class, Offered Twice: Sat, March 24 – 9:00 – 4:00 OR Sun, March 25 – 9:00 – 4:00

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Back by popular demand!  We are once again offering the very popular Barn Quilt Class. Just sign up for ONE of the all day sessions.

A barn quilt is a large piece of wood that is painted to look like a quilt block which is then attached to the side of a barn, garage, house, fence or
wherever you choose.  Participants will leave the class with a finished 2’ x 2’ barn quilt ready to be displayed. Instructor Tammy VanTuyl will provide all the supplies.
Class size is limited so registration and pre-payment are required. Cost is $20.

Registration deadline for the class is Thursday, March 22. Older children welcome if accompanied by an adult.

Community Outreach from the Council on Aging, Thurs, July 19, Drop-by between 9:00-10:00 am

This event finished on 21 June 2018

A staff member from the Leavenworth County Council on Aging will be at the library to answer your questions regarding services available to any person 60 or older regardless of income. Some services provided are transportation, nutrition, home and telephone visits, legal assistance, advocacy and social services. There are no set fees for the services, however, donations are accepted. No
appointment necessary. For more information, contact the Council on Aging at (913) 684-0777.

Final Friday Computer Class – Fri. June 29, 10 am

Next meeting on June 29th, 2018 at 10:00am

Fear not the computer! The class is aimed at all skill levels and will be presented at a relaxed pace. Topics addressed will be based on your questions. The library has some fantastic tools to help you learn to master your computer. Let us share them with you!

Registration requested.