There is a concept in the world of libraries called the “Library of Things.” This growing movement recognizes that library can provide more than the traditional book and media resources, and some libraries now have collections of seeds, tools, board games, or cake pans. Within the Johnson County/Olathe Public Library system, one form this movement has taken is in the kits curated by the Makerspace team. These kits contain technology that you and I can check out, take home, and try something new. The newest offering in the kits line is the Sound Production Kit, and I checked one out to see how
Gardner Library's interior will be closed to the public Wednesday, Oct. 5 until mid-December.