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Perennial Upcycling – Learn Indigo Dyeing – Teens

Saturday, July 13, 2024 Time: 1:00 – 3:00 PM Ages: 12-18    Location: Kirkwood Public Library  The non-profit organization Perennial will be teaching creative ways to reuse materials. Some classes will be Upcycled Terrariums, Leather keychains, bulletin boards, indigo dyeing, DIY bookmaking, pet beds & toys. This week you will…

Perennial Upcycling – Terrariums – Teen

Thursday, June 6, 2024 Time: 7:00 – 8:30 PM Ages: 12-18    Location: Kirkwood Public Library  The non-profit organization Perennial will be teaching creative ways to reuse materials. Some classes will be Upcycled Terrariums, Leather keychains, bulletin boards, indigo dyeing, DIY bookmaking, pet beds & toys. This week you will…

Perennial – DIY Bookmaking – Teens

Thursday, June 27, 2024 Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM Ages: 12-18    Location: Kirkwood Public Library  The non-profit organization Perennial will be teaching creative ways to reuse materials. Some classes will be Upcycled Terrariums, Leather keychains, bulletin boards, indigo dyeing, DIY bookmaking, pet beds & toys. This week you will…

Author Talk: Dave Lange, Soccer Made in St. Louis

Join local author Dave Lange as he discusses all things soccer!

Intro to Kayaking: Dryland Basics

Have you always wanted to learn how to kayak but didn’t know where to start? Kayaks continue to explode in popularity throughout the Midwest and for good reason: they’re great fun and good exercise! But without knowing the basics, it can be a pretty intimidating activity to jump into without…

Outdoor First Aid

If you spend enough time in the outdoors, stuff happens! Everything from minor injuries to life-threatening emergencies can, and do, happen to people when they are hiking, camping, paddling, and biking. Knowing how to handle these types of situations may help save you or a loved one in the future! …

Missouri Weird and Wonderful with Amanda Doyle and Dan Zettwoch

Author Amanda Doyle and Illustrator Dan Zettwoch will visit the library to share how they collected strange and interesting facts about Missouri into their new book Missouri Weird & Wonderful. Join us to find out how much MO you know!

Monster of the Week

Most people don’t believe in monsters, but you know the truth. They’re real, and it’s your task to bring them down. Protect the townsfolk of the small town of Lone Oak and hunt down the monster in this table-top roleplaying game! No experience required, character sheets will be available. Registration…

Monster of the Week

Most people don’t believe in monsters, but you know the truth. They’re real, and it’s your task to bring them down. Protect the townsfolk of the small town of Lone Oak and hunt down the monster in this table-top roleplaying game! No experience required, character sheets will be available. Registration…

Monster of the Week

Most people don’t believe in monsters, but you know the truth. They’re real, and it’s your task to bring them down. Protect the townsfolk of the small town of Lone Oak and hunt down the monster in this table-top roleplaying game! No experience required, character sheets will be available. Registration…

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Summer Reading - May 18th through August 12th!

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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.

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