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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

In class you will learn basic English skills: reading, writing and communication. No fee or books required. For more information contact Estelle Manning at estellemanning@aol.com.


Tuesday, September 13, 2016
9:30am @ Plaza Branch

Want to know how to check out a library ebook, or learn what other online resources the library has? Come see what all the Hoopla is about in this informative class. Click here to register.


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Louise has a new neighbor the creative and offbeat Andie--but can they overcome their differences and be friends?


Tuesday, September 13, 2016
10:00am @ Central Library

Join us every Tuesday on the second floor. It's a great time to talk, sing, read, write and play! All ages welcome.
Parking is free.


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Join us as we learn to speak basic Spanish.


Tuesday, September 13, 2016
1:15pm @ Waldo Branch

Bring your mat and spend an hour stretching and relaxing in a meditative environment. This class is for everyone, from beginners to those who have been doing yoga for a long time.


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

This group will discuss books and work on quilting projects. Beginners are welcome!


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Are you eligible to become a US citizen? In this FREE course, you will improve your English speaking, reading, listening, and pronunciation skills. Practice and prepare for the USCIS naturalization test and interview

Beginning English skills required.

Please bring a notebook/notepad and a pen with you.

Contact Julie Robinson at 816.701.3587 to register.

Meets in Room 310, weekly.


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

This year’s election stakes are high, as always. But perhaps no presidential vote in U.S. history was more consequential than that of 1860.

The nation roiled over the issue of slavery. Abraham Lincoln captured the Republican nomination over New York Sen. William Seward, and then took on a divided Democratic Party. His win in November – with less than 40% of the popular vote – prompted the immediate secession of South Carolina, roused the rest of the South, and ushered in the Civil War.


Wednesday, September 14, 2016

In class you will learn basic English skills: reading, writing and communication. No fee or books required. For more information contact Estelle Manning at estellemanning@aol.com.


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