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E.g., 03/20/2019
E.g., 03/20/2019

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Computer programming is all around us. Coding Club is the perfect time to dabble alongside other aspiring programmers. Learn together through exploration, self-directed projects, and guidance from a librarian with a background in software engineering. The library provides a limited number of laptops or bring your own. All coding skill levels welcome. Ages 8-16.

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Johnson County has a generally affluent population yet food waste and food insecurity are problems here. According to a study from The Food Policy Council of Johnson County, food waste here is estimated at about 1.6 million pounds annually, valued at approximately  million. During the past five years it has been estimated that 11.6 percent of Johnson County households experienced some kind of food insecurity. 

Join Johnson County Library to examine the issues of hunger. We'll be screening two documentaries, Wasted: the Story of Food Waste,...

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Gently-used books, movies, music & puzzles at bargain prices. Most items 50¢ - $2.00. Cash, check, major credit cards accepted with valid I.D. Ample free parking.

The Cabin Fever Book Sale runs March 21-23. See the full schedule »

Hosted by Friends of the Johnson County Library. Supports the programs, collections and...

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Tailoring, sewing and stitchery are not lost arts. You can learn to repair and customize your clothing. This session includes instruction in simple processes like sewing on a button, patching a hole or adding a pocket. We provide patches and equipment, you bring in that torn sweater. Textile specialist Whitney Manney and the MakerSpace crew are on hand to assist. Registration opens 30 days in advance of the session. Register online or call 913-826-4600.

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Board games have been played for more than 4,000 years – and they never stop being cool. Join a fun-filled evening with new friends and adventures and play one of our many games such as Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride and Apples to Apples. You can even bring your personal favorite to share!  All ages are welcomed, with snacks and drinks provided.

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Micro:bit is a super easy-to-use, tiny-and-powerful micro-controller. In this workshop you will learn about the micro:bit, learn to code a simple program, transfer it to the micro:bit and see the result. Session participants get to keep their micro:bit to take home and code on their own!

Registration opens two weeks in advance of each session. Please call or check this event listing at that time. Register online or call 913-826-4600.

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Carmack Community Room

The Actor's Choice, a division of the Senior Barn Players, provides high-quality theater experiences for general audiences. Bring the whole family and enjoy an evening of performances. The Players will perform First Kisses by Jay D. Hanagan.

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Gently-used books, movies, music & puzzles at bargain prices. Most items 50¢ - $2.00. Cash, check, major credit cards accepted with valid I.D. Ample free parking.

The Cabin Fever Book Sale runs March 21-23. See the full schedule »

Hosted by Friends of the Johnson County Library. Supports the programs, collections and...

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Johnson County has a generally affluent population yet food waste and food insecurity are problems here. According to a study from The Food Policy Council of Johnson County, food waste here is estimated at about 1.6 million pounds annually, valued at approximately  million. During the past five years it has been estimated that 11.6 percent of Johnson County households experienced some kind of food insecurity. 

Join Johnson County Library to examine the issues of hunger. We'll be screening two documentaries, Wasted: the Story of Food Waste,...

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Bullet Journals are a way for people to stay organized in a forgiving manner. It is simply a journal that you use to create ways to keep yourself on task and balanced. This could be everything from a simple to-do list to a daily/weekly/monthly calendar to tracking what you do. Teen Bullet Journal Meetup is a way of keeping oneself organized and balanced and the meetup is a place to be creative and learn with and from other teens. There is no right or wrong way, one can do whatever works best for them. This is an opportunity to get together with other teens to bounce ideas off each other...

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