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Summer Reading Program

Registration begins on May 13 Program starts on May 21 DESCRIPTIVE FLYER with  complete CALENDAR A full line-up of activities featuring space science, aliens and creativity. Five exciting Thursday programs and much more! JUNE 13 JUNE 20 JUNE 27  – PETER PAN — A Staged Literary Classic  

At the Palace Theater this weekend

May 3 & 4 at 8 pm;  May 5 at 7 pm   $5 per adult Sponsored by the Friends of the Kinsley Library  

PROGRAM CHANGE on April 24

We have had to make a change in this Wednesday’s program. Please join us at 7 pm to hear Dr. Joyce Frey share her knowledge about Indigenous Medicine Wheels from around the world. (The May 1st brown bag event with Poet Wyatt Townley is still on. You will not want to miss it!  See below.)

HK TALK “The Native American Experience”

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Celebrate Poetry with Wyatt Townley

   

Kansas Indians: Walking paths of yesterday and today

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Can you picture yourself working behind this counter

The Kinsley Library is looking for an enthusiastic learner and customer focused individual to become the Librarian and work with the Director to serve the community.  32 hour week, Monday – Friday.  Salary dependent on qualifications and experience.  Health Insurance, KPERS, and paid time off. JOB QUALIFICATIONS AND DESCRIPTION APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Spooky Graphic Lego Stories

Seventeen 4th-7th graders have been meeting for the past 5 weeks to create graphic stories using Lego characters.   They divided into five groups, wrote the story, set up the scenes and characters, took pictures, downloaded the panels and added captions.   We are proud of their stories and how creative and dedicated they were to the …

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Traveling Library Buddy Visits

JOIN THE DISCUSSION – Faith in Fiction

Humanities Kansas TALK Series – Tuesday evening, 7 pm  November 13:  I Hear the Reaper’s Song by Sara Stambaugh. Dr. Galen Boehme will be the discussion leader for this book which centers on a historical event that caused the Mennonite culture to reexamine their beliefs in a modernizing society. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED FLYER