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By Amber Keck, Children’s Librarian
The concept of telling stories through images has been around since the beginning of time. The idea has evolved in many ways, including the introduction of the comic book. From superhero stories to b…
This Saturday, September 20 from 10 a.m. to noon, join us for the first ever Roll and Read day at the Riley County Family and Child Resource Center at 2101 Claflin Blvd.
Walk, push a stroller, or pull a wagon over a one-mile course, stop…
By Judi Nechols, Adult Services Librarian
Have you ever finished a book and, with a sigh, thought you would never be able to find another author whose writing appealed to you as much? Or have you walked into the library and wandered in t…
By Danielle Schapaugh, Public Relations Coordinator
Wikipedia tells me that lifelong learning is the “ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons.” To me, it means becoming…
by Alphild Dick, Adult Services Librarian
As the new school year swings into full gear and the weather slowly starts to change from summer to fall, we can’t help but get excited about the great activities that are going on in the area….
Tuesday, 23rd Sep9:00 am12 hoursLocation: Manhattan Public Library – Technology Center ClassroomLynda.com trial6:00 pm2 hoursMeeting
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Wednesday, 24th Sep9:00 am12 hoursLocation: Manhattan Public Library – Technology Center ClassroomLynda.com trial6:00 pm1 hourCivic meeting7:00 pm1 hourbible study Thursday, 25th Sep8:00 am1 hour, 30 minutesMonthly meeting9:00 am12 hoursLocation: Manhattan Public Library – Technology Center ClassroomLynda.com trial9:30 am25 minutesLocation: Manhattan Public Library – Lower Level AtriumA storytime designed for infants and toddlers. Enjoy bouncy rhymes, nursery songs, short books, music, and baby sign language. Suggested for 0-24 months. Caregivers participate with children.11:00 am30 minutesLocation: Manhattan Public Library – Lower Level AtriumA lively story and music session with great picture books, action songs, rhymes, and dancing with scarves or a parachute. Suggested for ages 2 to 5. Caregivers attend with ages 2 and under.3:30 pm1 hourHelp make the library a more teen-friendly place. Share your input on teen programs and collections, earn community service credit, and have fun!3:30 pm2 hoursChess instruction5:30 pm3 hoursMonthly meeting.