Appropriate for kids of all ages. Co-presented by the Plaza Branch’s Teen Leaders of Today.
The war experience in Vietnam varied greatly, depending on when and where you served. A panel of military veterans, convened by the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, reflects back on the conflict from individual perspectives.
University of Kansas film and media studies professor Kevin Willmott—also an award-winning filmmaker—explores the racial, political, and pro- and anti-war messages of a number of films for which the Vietnam War served as a backdrop.
Public-private partnerships – such as those proposed for upgrading Kansas City International Airport – have grown increasingly popular in recent years as cities look for innovative ways to finance transportation projects.
Explore science as a family, joining the Kid Corner staff at the Library’s Plaza Branch. Young scientists can enjoy balloon races, an egg toss, balancing ducks, and comparing physical and chemical changes.