Something Fishy at the library: Cooking for 2

Come cook with with us! Arletta and Betsy will demonstrate the preparation of a healthy seafood dish, including a dessert! Try out a new recipe and go home with leftovers. Yum

Arcade Fun

Have fun with coding! K-state Extension is bringing their Arcade fun program to the library. Practice making circuits and coding your own retro video game. Registration is required. https://tinyurl.com/arcadefun2022

Black Kettle Book Club

Join the discussion. Black Kettle Book Club meets monthly to discuss a variety of books. This month they are reading Chorus By Rebecca Kauffman. Contact the library if you are interested in reading the book or joining the club.

Noon Book Club

Join the discussion. Noon Book Club meets monthly to discuss a variety of books. This month they are reading Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. Contact the library if you are interested in reading the book or joining the club.

Board meeting

Library board will conduct its monthly meeting

Noon Book Club

Join the discussion. Noon Book Club meets monthly to discuss a variety of books. This month they are reading Mrs Harris Goes to Paris by Paul Gallico. Contact the library if you are interested in reading the book or joining the club.

Black Kettle Book Club

Join the discussion. Black Kettle Book Club meets monthly to discuss a variety of books. This month they are reading The Ragged Edge of Night by Olivia Hawker. Contact the library if you are interested in reading the book or joining the club.

Children of the Promised land

Presented by Angela Bates Nicodemus, a small, unincorporated town in Graham County, is the only remaining western town established by African Americans during the Reconstruction Period following the Civil War. Today the town is a National Historic Site. This pictorial history explores the unique experience of mothers and their children in Nicodemus, some of whom …

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