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Fall Guide 2018
E.g., 10/19/2018
E.g., 10/19/2018

Carmack Community Room

Couples around the world are undoing domestic gender roles one diaper change at a time. Francine Deutsch, Professor Emerita of Psychology at Mt. Holyoke College, presents her research on issues of gender justice and how gender shapes people's lives. She is particularly interested in resistance to gendered norms, and how, by undoing gender roles, couples can create equally-sharing families. Light refreshments served.

Supported by the Mount Holyoke Kansas City Alumnae Club, Mount Holyoke College and Johnson County Library Foundation.

 

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This program of songs, rhymes and fingerplays is for the very young. Introduce your little one to the sounds of classic rhymes and music and give them a head start on language learning. Ages 12-24 months and a caregiver. Older siblings welcome. A 6 by 6 program.

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Older preschoolers will enjoy this longer storytime. Stories, songs, fingerplays and movement activities encourage pre-reading skills. Ages 3-6 years and a caregiver. A 6 by 6 program.

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Drop by the Library and get help from a Homework Coach. Get more details or see the full schedule »

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Drop by the Library and get help from a Homework Coach. Get more details or see the full schedule »

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Drop by the Library and get help from a Homework Coach. Get more details or see the full schedule »

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My fellow Kansans, join us for an evening of politics and podcasts. Host Jim McLean and special guests will analyze the current political landscape in Kansas, and discuss what it all means for the upcoming election. You'll hear from members of the Kansas News Service, and producers of the podcast, to learn more about the making of My Fellow Kansans. 

If you haven't already,...

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This program of songs, rhymes and fingerplays is for the very young. Introduce your little one to the sounds of classic rhymes and music and give them a head start on language learning. Ages 12-24 months and a caregiver. Older siblings welcome. A 6 by 6 program.

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Drop by the Library and get help from a Homework Coach. Get more details or see the full schedule »

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