Calendar of Events

See calendar below for virtual programs! In-person programming and outreach services are suspended until further notice.  

All events are open to the public, unless otherwise noted. To narrow the events displayed in the calendar select from the list of Categories and/or Tags. To display this calendar in another format, select from the list of views on the top right corner of the calendar. Click on any event to see more details and to sign up when applicable.

For questions about events, please contact the appropriate department below.

Adult:

(314) 821 5770, Option 3

Teen:

(314) 821 5770, Option 4

Children:

(314) 821 5770, Option 4

Technology:

(314) 821 5770, Option 5

 

7:00 PM
Meet Dea Hoover, a local tour guide and tour director, as she shares the ideas she used to create the book STL Scavenger: The Ultimate Search for St. Louis’s Hidden Treasures. The book features 17[...]
10:30 AM
Bring your kids on a virtual journey to the top of the Gateway Arch! Best for ages 4-10. Families can hear Amanda read her book “To the Top! A Gateway Arch Story,” Amanda’s reading will[...]
2:00 PM
Valerie Kienzle joins us to present her new book, Ready to Wear: A History of the Footwear and Garment Industries in St. Louis, MO. At one time, St. Louis was one of the fashion capitals[...]
7:00 PM
Katy Trail: A Guided Tour Through History is the book every trail user needs to explore one of the most successful rails-to-trails projects in the country. Join author and outdoorswoman Kathy Schrenk to learn more[...]
10:00 AM
Daniel Sohn will read from his book, Knucklehead and then talk a little bit about writing a book. Knucklehead is the story of a life in transition. From the low expectations of a slow, clumsy[...]
7:00 PM
Walter Johnson will be joining us virtually to talk about his book, The Broken Heart of America. From Lewis and Clark’s 1804 expedition to the notorious 1857 Dred Scott decision, to the 2014 uprising in Ferguson,[...]