Come and join our new art group where people can gather together to create, learn, share, paint and draw together.Find out more »
Kendra Blevins Ford has compiled the previously untold story of her great-grandmother, the Navy’s first poster girl.Find out more »
Kansas was historically a leader in women's rights. This presentation will explore the courageous individuals who took on the powerful interests opposed to electoral reform.Find out more »
Chad Gilliland of Next to Nature Farm in Tonganoxie will offer the latest insight into the honeybee and its critical importance to our planet.Find out more »
Let’s get ready for spring. Liz will help you bring out your inner artist and teach you how to paint your own version of a spring tree.Find out more »
Celebrate National Library Week by visiting the library to explore your interests and discover what’s new.Find out more »
Presented by Rex Buchanan and Humanities Kansas — Dinner and Discussion
Based on the book “Petroglyphs of the Kansas Smoky Hills”, this presentation focuses on the Native people who lived on the plains, and left behind rock carvings on the soft sandstone in the middle of our state.