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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

VIEW “Hands Up! It’s a Robbery!

CLICK HERE to watch the Smash Hit Musical of the Summer! (Performance pictures and more information posted below.)

“Hands Up! It’s a Robbery” A Smash Hit

View performance here⊗   Script & Lyrics written by Kinsley kids ⊗   MEET THE CAST OF KINSLEY KIDS ⊗   The set created by the Lange Family

Poet Laureate, Kevin Rabas, is Coming

April is National Poetry Month Come Celebrate at the Kinsley Library with KEVIN RABAS, Poet Laureate of KansasTM “Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary” Wednesday evening,  April 25, 2018 at 7 pm Poet, jazz musician, and professor at Emporia State University Poetry collections include:       Lisa’s Flying Electric Piano      Songs for My Father: Poems …

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“The Great War” TALK Discussions

You’re invited to join a TALK discussion series of four books about World War I .  Books are available each month at the library for check out. ABOVE THE DREAMLESS DEAD Tuesday, April 3, 7 p.m. Discussion Leader:  Dr. Jane Holwerda WAR HORSE by Michael Morpurgo Wednesday, January 10, 7 p.m. Discussion Leader:  Valerie Brown Kuchera …

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John Musgrave to Speak March 18

“World War I and  America” series will feature Vietnam veteran John Musgrave on March 18, 2-5 p.m..  Mr.  Musgrave was one of the primary voices in Ken Burn and Lynn Novick’s recent 10 -part documentary, “The Vietnam War,” aired on PBS. In 1967 John Mustrave enlisted in the Marines and was sent to Vietnam where …

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World War I and America Series

APRIL 15 – LAST SUNDAY SESSION, 2-5 P.M. 1918 and the Great Crisis The Final German Offensives and the Allied Counter-offensives Leading to German Collapse and Allied Victory. This series is designed to bring veterans and their families together with the general public to explore the continuing relevance of the war by reading, discussing, and …

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“On the Lighter Side” Theme for TALK Series

Sometimes all you can do is look at life and laugh. That’s what this fall’s Kansas Humanities TALK book discussion series author’s do.  Plan on joining these lively Tuesday night discussions.  Books can be checked out at the library. We had a lively discussion with Dana Waters on September 19. COMING SOON:  CHECK OUT THE …

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Three New LEGO Graphic Stories

Enjoy these NEW Graphic Stories written by Kinsley Kids Adventures at Camp Green Lake by Jack What Happened In New York by Ivy and Kansas Star War Minecraft VS the Forces of Evil by Elise and Tyler Four previously written stories are in the Kinsley Library Activity Archive