Learn how to make cute bears like the one above out of beads! These bears would be perfect for gifts or decorations. This is a two part class and there is a small hands-on materials fee of $12 for your beads and accessories.
Join Tina Gatewood at the Platte City Branch on Thursday, April 7 at 6:00 p.m. for the program, Beaded Baskets. She will show us how to make a cute beaded basket. These small baskets make great gifts and add a nice little touch to your Spring decor. Baskets are approximately 3" x 4". This program has a hands-on materials fee of $4.
Find yourself in need of something Poetry? Related possibly to words and maybe sent— enced to a far off—world of dreams that swim and swirl All through the air and to your ears, where maybe There those words will find that you weren’t Needing them, but they in dire need of you, To rescue them from the air, for once they’re stately said They do float ‘til caught by an ear.
As a child, I loved birthday parties. I remember Mom checking out books from the library to get ideas. I never realized what an undertaking it was to put together the details for my annual event. Luckily, it is now easier than ever to create a fantastic celebration in your own home.
Social Security was first enacted to help provide national economic security. Franklin Roosevelt stressed that point in his "Program for Social Security" speech (1935). He emphasized that there are no guarantees against the dangers of national economic down turns. However, he added that the perils of such troubled times can be reduced by employing safeguards. After 75 years, Social Security is still one of those safeguards!
Learn About the Missouri Legal Forms Database on April 21st!
Need an Estoppel Affidavit? Need to know what an Estoppel Affidavit even is? Or, maybe you're trying to locate an insurance attorney in Kansas City, or find out how to write a Will - If so, the Missouri Legal Forms Database is the resource for you. We will be offering an evening course on how to navigate and use this incredibly useful database.
Coming Soon To the Excelsior Springs Branch: KC's Best Kept Jazz Secret!!!
In honor of Jazz Appreciation Month, we have a special treat for you. The talented jazz musician Millie Edwards will be at the library with some fellow musicians. She is considered one of Kansas City's best kept jazz secrets, and this will be her third performance at the Excelsior Springs Branch. This program promises to be a warm and fun experience for people of all ages.
Barbara Hughes does a powerful portrayal of women of the 1800s. She has graced our classroom as Narcissa Whitman and Ann Everett, but on Tuesday, June 21, 2011, Barbara will tell Laura Bridges’s story. The audience will become entranced by the story of Women in Missouri During the Civil War, and will be able to imagine their own grandparents or great-grandparents going through similar tribulations.
The classes at Midwest Genealogy Center are some of the best in the area. We cover the basics of Beginning Genealogy, Internet, How to Use the Midwest Genealogy Center, and Census Records once a month. Some of the other topics include: Researching female relatives, Church records, Colonial immigration, Organization, and French research.