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Events for July 17, 2024 - July 17, 2024


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Music In the Library – Roy St. John

Kirkwood Public Library @ 140 E Jefferson Ave, St. Louis, MO 63122

Roy St. John’s music career includes a lengthy stint as morning host on St. Louis radio as well as many albums since his Virgin Records release Immigration Declaration. His new album Flight Risk mixes Pop, Americana, and Blues and was recorded in St. Louis. He and accompanist John Webb have...

Opera Theatre Docent Presentation: Treemonisha

Kirkwood Public Library @ 140 E Jefferson Ave, St. Louis, MO 63122

Come join us as we take a look at the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis’ Treemonisha, by Scott Joplin, presented by Ingrid Neuefeind Sometimes out of the deepest tragedy springs the greatest hope. Embark on a life-affirming journey of love and creativity in Scott Joplin’s opera Treemonisha, re-imagined with a...

Storybook Theatre – Acting Class

Storybook Theatre - Acting Class   For Grades K-5.     Act It Out:  This fun introductory course is a hands-on learning experience where students will explore the foundational elements of the theatre through story. Students will engage in imaginative and creative play-acting through the use of making up their own storybook...

Wacky Wednesday – Mad Science

Mad Science will wow you by bringing together two seemingly opposing forces: Fire and Ice! Experience a flash of fire together in the same show as kids experience the chill of dry ice! Location: Kirkwood Public Library Meeting Room Age: All Ages.

Good Yarns

Kirkwood Public Library @ 140 E Jefferson Ave, St. Louis, MO 63122

If you knit, crochet, cross stitch, embroider, or do any other fiber crafts, unwind at our Tuesday night Stitching Club! Bring the project you’ve been neglecting or your fresh ideas for a new piece. Maybe you’ll even learn something new! All levels of experience are welcome.

Planting for Pollinators

For Families.    Listen to stories about the importance of pollinators, and how to attract them to your yard with native wildflowers. Then start your pollinator garden by making seed balls that will unleash seeds to grow in your yard. Finally, learn about the proper sunlight and moisture that different Missouri...

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Summer Reading - May 18th through August 12th!


PARDON OUR DIRT : The front lawn of the library is under construction. At this time, access to the library is through the front ramp only.