The Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia start with the opening ceremony on Feb. 7 . For the next 16 days of competition, the website Mashable will be curating photos and tweets from the Olympians and journalists. For a different look at the Olympics, try Mashable.
The Kansas State Historical has preserved the rich heritage of our state through pictures, letters, advertisements, etc. – all scanned and available online at Kansas Memory. See actual letters from John Brown, pictures of what a downtown looked like in the early 1900′s, and much, much more.
Kids.gov is a website that’s full of fun for kids. February’s resources activities for African American History Month, American Heart Month, and National Children’s Dental Health Month.
Here at the Basehor Library, we’re always looking for new ways to Explore, Imagine, and Connect with our community. You can help by taking our survey, either on paper or online. Thanks for your thoughts!
Rock and Roll: An American Story (RRAS) is an online educational resource presented by Steven Van Zandt’s Rock and Roll Forever Foundation and offered free-of-charge to educators and individuals everywhere. Interdisciplinary in nature, RRAS is geared toward middle and high school students but includes resources for learning at all levels. Launched in Fall 2013, the website will offer new lesson plans and teaching resources on a monthly basis. Educators are… Read more »
The 4 Winds Mahjongg League, which meets at the Library on Monday evenings and Friday afternoons, concluded their food drive for BLAS. Read the article in the Basehor Sentinel. Want to learn how to play? You can learn at the library!
Basehor Library’s Book-a-Librarian service offers you a FREE 30-minute appointment with a librarian for one-to-one help. If you need help with a new technology device, a piece of software, your resume, or just a great book to read — ask us! To schedule an individual appointment with one of our staff members, please complete the form here on our website. If you’re in the library, you can ask for a paper copy of… Read more »
It’s time again for Basehor Library’s annual Scary Stories in thePark. This year our guest storyteller is Priscilla Howe. She has some sort of scary stories…and then some REALLY scary stories! Scary Stories begins 7:00pm at the gazebo in the Basehor City Park, 159th & Leavenworth Road. For your comfort bring lawn chairs or blankets. Plus, enjoy FREE hot chocolate until it… disappears! Right after “Scary Stories”, about 8:00pm, the Teen Advisory Group invites you to… Read more »
Friday 4-7pm • Friends ONLY Preview But you can join at the door for only $5! Open to all on Saturday 9am-5pm On Sunday, we’re open 1-4pm — for $2 you can fill a bag!
Join us in celebrating the freedom to read by stopping by our Banned Book Week display. Have your picture taken with your favorite banned or challenged book, and then enter our drawing to win a mug with disappearing (censored?) words! Each year during the last week of September, bookish types like librarians, booksellers, teachers, and all of you who cherish reading join together to express appreciation for having the freedom… Read more »