All Classes and Events

E.g., 06/02/2020
E.g., 06/02/2020

Get some fresh reading and listening recommendations from one of our Librarians.

This Book Party will be held on Facebook live. Visit JoCoLibrary on Facebook and be sure to ‘follow’ us to get notifications when we go Live if you have a Facebook account. You do not need a Facebook account to watch our Book Party. 

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Registration required for this event. Registration closes June 17 at 2 pm.

Learn successful techniques to manage all aspects of your Internet job search campaign from a multi-certified resume writer, career and personal branding coach. The following topics will be covered: LinkedIn and optimizing it's usage in your networking, the new Social Networking and specific strategies for your job search, job searching online, keywords and their usage, and doing company research and what you need to know. Presented by Karen Silins, CEO of A+ Career & Resume.

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Get some fresh reading and listening recommendations from one of our Librarians.

This Book Party will be held on Facebook live. Visit JoCoLibrary on Facebook and be sure to ‘follow’ us to get notifications when we go Live if you have a Facebook account. You do not need a Facebook account to watch our Book Party. 

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Register online for this program. Registration closes Thursday, June 18 at 11 am.
STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. Elementary-age kids can spend time with us at online via Zoom engaging in fun, hands-on activities and crafts where the only limit is their imagination.  We will be inspired by stories, nature, engineers, and artists to ignite critical thinking and design original creations. 

This program will be hosted using the meeting software Zoom.  A Johnson County Library staff member will contact registrants...

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Registration required for this event. Registration closes June 21 at 2 pm.

So many changes have occurred during the past few months as a result of COVID-19 crisis. This crisis has triggered financial fears and anxiety for many of us. This presentation will include basics about the CARES Act, assessing your financial situation, determining priorities, talking to creditors, preventing scams, and making more informed decisions going forward. Presented by Denise Dias, K-State Research and Extension Office. 

This ​program will be hosted using the meeting...

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