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E.g., 02/28/2020
E.g., 02/28/2020

Spanish-language learners, let us help you to enhance your conversational skills. We’ll read and discuss articles together, in Spanish, with helpful native speakers and advanced students. Good for intermediate and advanced levels.

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Registration opens 30 days in advance of each session. Register online or call 913.826.4600. For this program, registration will open January 27 at 9 am.

Micro:bit is a super easy-to-use, tiny-and-powerful microcontroller. 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. 

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Adults interested in practicing English to improve their level can attend free classes at Oak Park Library every Saturday morning. The levels are intermediate and advanced. There is no registration or exam.

Los adultos interesados en recibir clases de inglés para mejorar su nivel, pueden asistir a las clases que se dictan en la Biblioteca de Oak Park todos los sábados por la mañana. Los cursos de inglés que se imparten son: intermedio y avanzado. Los interesados pueden ir los sábados en la mañana para asistir a las clases gratuitas sin necesidad de que presenten examen de...

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Share a great read with your favorite kid, grandparent, friend, or partner. This book group is for everyone who likes to read - and who likes to talk about it online. We've chosen a middle grades title, Refugee by Alan Gratz, that will appeal across the ages. We're giving away a limited quantity of the book at select events and at your branch. Join us online at tinyurl.com/virtualbookgroup (a Facebook group!) anytime to add your thoughts about our pick. We will host a live discussion...

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Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Johnson County Department of Health and Environment can help you learn the risks and meet your goals. Meet one-on-one with a certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist.

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Friendships and communities are built by the conversations that happen over a meal. Gather with us to break bread, understand different viewpoints and discuss some of the difficult and controversial topics at the forefront of our thoughts and news. We will discuss a new topic each month. All are welcome at anytime during this drop-in discussion group. Food and drink are provided.

February: Marijuana Legalization

March: Politics of Reproductive Health

April: Climate Change

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The Silent Book Group meets at the Lenexa Public Market, 8750 Penrose Ln., Lenexa, KS 66219.

In a Silent Book Group, bring your own book and spend time reading together. No book assignment or discussions. It's book group fun, minus the pressure. A librarian will be present to recommend a few new titles.

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Meeting Room

The only thing as enjoyable as a good book is talking about it!

January: The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

February: The Library Book by Susan Orlean

March: The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein

April: Choose your own Biography/Memoir

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The De Soto Book Group meets at the TriCentury Bank, 33485 Lexington Ave., De Soto, KS 66018.

The only thing as enjoyable as a good book is talking about it.

January:  If the Creek Don’t Rise by Leah Weiss 

February:  ...

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