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Mom VS. Kid You Tube video.
You do not want to miss this epic battle between a mom who just wants to read and a kid who just wants to play. Watch our latest You Tube video right now. »
In Memory of 6 Million.
Kansas Citian Judy Jacobs will share her experiences as a Jewish child in Hungary during World War II at Corinth Library on Thursday, May 1 at 7 p.m. Please join us for the evening as Ms. Jacobs and others in the community share memories and stories in recognition of Holocaust Remembrance Day »
Poetry Month.
April is National Poetry Month! We’re celebrating all month long with a visit from the Kansas Poet Laureate, a hands-on poetry workshop and even a talking boot named CHA CHA »
eLearning.
The library and learning just go together. These days folks want to learn whenever and wherever they can – and this is why we are showcasing our 2 new eLearning products, Treehouse and Universal Class. Both products allow you to learn at your own pace and in your own space. Treehouse for your web design/ development needs and Universal class for lifelong learning and personal development – so check them out now – or in your own time ;) you’ll be glad you did. »
Art in the Stacks: Memory.
This month our Art in the Stacks program features a beautiful and engaging exhibit on Memory with artworks created by residents from Stratford Commons’ Creative Arts Therapies. Join us for a reception at Oak Park Library on April 18 at 3:00 p.m., and view the free exhibit at Oak Park and Cedar Roe Libraries during regular library hours throughout April. »
Budget Simulator.
Try your hand at budgeting for Johnson County – The County website has released their budget simulator where you can allocate budget resources to departments you hold dear – after you finish submit your results to have your recommendations recorded and taken into consideration. »
Loss & desire series.
From the frustration of misplacing a sock to the heartache of longing for a passed loved one, loss and desire are human emotions that affect us on all levels. This spring, Johnson County Library presents a series of programs that address the impact loss and desire have on our understanding of ourselves and the world »
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