All Classes and Events

E.g., 06/26/2017
E.g., 06/26/2017

Carmack Community Room

Kids and teens up to age 18 can receive a free nutritious sack lunch. The Kids Summer Food Program is provided by Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas in partnership with Harvesters, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Kansas Department of Education. Bring the kids for a meal and stick around for fun activities at the Library!

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Carmack Community Room

Kids and teens up to age 18 can receive a free nutritious sack lunch. The Kids Summer Food Program is provided by Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas in partnership with Harvesters, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Kansas Department of Education. Bring the kids for a meal and stick around for fun activities at the Library!

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Drop by the Library to get help from a Homework Coach.

Students can bring a specific homework assignment to work on. Coaches offer help with

  • Finding library resources to complete assignments like book reports and science projects
  • Vocabulary, spelling, reading and writing skills
  • Math
  • Social studies

All ages welcome, students in grades 2-8 are given priority. English language learners are welcome. Students served on a first come, first served basis: busy times may require a wait.

Los Tutores de "ayuda con las tareas"...

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We want to introduce kids and teens to current technology in a fun and creative way. Librarians will demonstrate new technologies, and kids can self-learn and mentor others. You’ll find Snap Circuits®, Makey Makey™, Lego® animation and more. All skill levels welcome. You can bring your own tech toys to share and demonstrate. Grades 4-8.

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Carmack Community Room

Kids and teens up to age 18 can receive a free nutritious sack lunch. The Kids Summer Food Program is provided by Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas in partnership with Harvesters, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Kansas Department of Education. Bring the kids for a meal and stick around for fun activities at the Library!

Continue reading »

Drop by the Library to get help from a Homework Coach.

Students can bring a specific homework assignment to work on. Coaches offer help with

  • Finding library resources to complete assignments like book reports and science projects
  • Vocabulary, spelling, reading and writing skills
  • Math
  • Social studies

All ages welcome, students in grades 2-8 are given priority. English language learners are welcome. Students served on a first come, first served basis: busy times may require a wait.

Los Tutores de "ayuda con las tareas"...

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Meeting Room

Kids and teens up to age 18 can receive a free nutritious sack breakfast. The Kids Summer Food Program is provided by Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas in partnership with Harvesters, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Kansas Department of Education. Bring the kids for a meal and stick around for fun activities at the Library!

Continue reading »
Carmack Community Room

Kids and teens up to age 18 can receive a free nutritious sack lunch. The Kids Summer Food Program is provided by Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas in partnership with Harvesters, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Kansas Department of Education. Bring the kids for a meal and stick around for fun activities at the Library!

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Meeting Room

The Young Adult Advisory Council (YAAC) is a group of volunteer teen consultants for the Library who meet monthly to share favorite books; give feedback on the Library website, social media and collections; and suggest public programs. Meet new people, have a snack, and receive volunteer credit hours.

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The Young Adult Advisory Council (YAAC) is a group of volunteer teen consultants for the Library who meet monthly to share favorite books; give feedback on the Library website, social media and collections; and suggest public programs. Meet new people, have a snack, and receive volunteer credit hours.

Continue reading »

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