Women's Voices

Conversation allows people to better understand different viewpoints and to build a stronger community. Gather with us to break bread and discuss the #MeToo movement and its many questions and issues. We provide the conversation starters - and the bread - and you provide the conversation. All are welcomed at this drop-in discussion group. Food and drink are provided.

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Kansas is home to a robust community of authors of all kinds. We celebrate women Kansas writers with a panel of authors who have Summer and Fall 2018 releases for teens. Participating authors:

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Carmack Community Room

Life and money can get complicated.  Getting it "right" is what this unique day is all about.  Mary Hunt, author of Debt Proof Living, The Financially Confident Woman and other personal finance books, will kick off the event with a keynote address and book signing.   Afternoon breakouts, designed for women ages 18 to 80 plus, include career planning, investing, why everyone needs a will and breakouts about mediation for family disputes as an alternative to divorce.  Speakers have...

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Meeting Room

American girls love to read, and this Book Club helps American girls read more. American Girl offers many character stories exploring historical perspectives from a girl's point of view. Join this group to read and craft with your American Girl. Borrow a special copy of the book from the Youth Services desk. Ages 8-12.

Sept 17 - The Jazzman's Trumpet – A Kit Mystery
October 15 - Danger in Paris – A Samantha Mystery
November...

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Carmack Community Room

Join us for an evening celebrating the words and voices of women. In conjunction with the Library’s programming of Women’s Voices, The Actor's Choice, a division of the Senior Barn Players, will present a variety of presentations about the influential women in history who have inspired us, shaped our youth, and challenged the status quo. Presented by The Actor's Choice, a division of the Senior Barn Players.

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