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E.g., 08/22/2019
E.g., 08/22/2019

Carmack Community Room

Preschoolers will enjoy this longer storytime. Stories, songs, fingerplays and movement activities encourage pre-reading skills. Designed for ages 3-6 years and a caregiver. Siblings welcome.

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Toddlers will enjoy this storytime with short stories, songs, fingerplays, and movement activities to reinforce early language learning. Designed for ages 18 months to 3 years and a caregiver. Siblings welcome.

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Preschoolers will enjoy this longer storytime that features stories, songs, fingerplays, and movement activities to encourage pre-reading skills. Designed for ages 3-6 and a caregiver. Siblings welcome.

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Jo uses the art of storytelling and silly songs to enrich and engage a child’s imagination. Her listeners move along, sing along and imagine along. Children will delight in “dressing up” in her whimsical, witty brainbuilding ditties presented with unique voices and characterizations. Best for ages 3-6 and fun for the whole family.

Jo Ho is an accomplished storyteller and a frequent visitor to Johnson County Library. Her energetic style delights all ages with collections of folktales, fairy tales and other stories....

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Register online or call 913.826.4600. Homeschool families will love this educational session that features a different way to unlock the mind. You’ll hear expert presentations and demonstrations and learn about related activities. Librarians will provide subject resources for your family to further explore each topic. Ages 8-18 only, please. Parents are invited to explore the rest of the Library during this independent learning experience. 

Cedar Roe
September: Let’s Improv presented by Paige Nelson
October:...

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Join this maker community and socialize with other experienced needlers. You can share your expertise or get advice on a new project. Some members make items to donate to local charities, spreading the joy of making. Bring your own supplies and needle with us.

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Our Teen Book Club reads and talks about books that connect us to one another and that explore issues impacting individuals and communities. We celebrate and honor diverse, inter-sectional identities. Our reading challenge is to lift up ourselves and one another, while seeking to uncover our individual truths.

September: Hold Still by Nina LaCour
October: Girl Made of Stars by Ashley Herring Blake
November:...

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Monday-Thursday, weekly (except school holidays). With lots of resources, tips and friendly smiles Homework Help Coaches are ready to lend a hand. Students can bring specific homework assignments to work on, such as book reports or science projects; vocabulary, spelling, reading and writing skills; math; and social studies. All ages welcome; students in grades 2-8 are given priority. English language learners (ELL) are welcome. Students served on a first-come, first-served basis; busy times may require a wait. Generously supported by the Ewing Marion Kauffman...

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The whole family will enjoy this flexible storytime. Hearing stories is a great way to spend time with your kids and help them foster a love of reading. Stories, songs, fingerplays, and movement activities foster pre-reading skills. Fun for the whole family.

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This popular meet-up includes a potluck dinner and group discussion about cookbooks, cooking and, of course, food. Each month features a specific nationality or type of cuisine, with discussion led by special guest speakers who are food professionals. You can share new or favorite dishes, test others’ creations, learn about new expert techniques and discuss food with other foodies. To help you plan your potluck contribution: we usually have 25-35 attendees.

September: Fresh from the Earth with Stan Slaughter
October: Scandinavian...

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