The Dome Theater is a one-of-a-kind visual experience, featuring an inflatable room and using the latest in fish-eye technology to create a totally immersive experience that rivals IMAX. Movies will be shown throughout the day and last an average of 30 minutes. Tickets for each show are $1. Tickets go on sale May 25 and must be purchased at the branch.
Teens, are you ready to Own the Night? The Buckner Branch is pleased to offer two very special, extraordinary, super-duper, kick-butt programs for teens this summer: after hours lock-ins! That’s right! For two nights this summer, the Buckner Branch will be open late, exclusively for teenagers. Want the details? Keep reading!
Looking for something EXTRA fun to do this summer? Wish you could get out of the heat and into a place where you can hang with friends away from parents and younger siblings? Just want some free food? Well, look no further; Mid-Continent Public Library has exactly what you need!
Hey teens! The North Oak Branch is having a teen Swap Party on Monday, June 11 at 7:00 pm. This should be great fun. Bring your books, games, or whatever you think someone might want and swap it for something new for you. Swaps are permanent, so be sure the items you bring to trade are yours and okay for you to swap. This should be an interesting evening. As in garage sales that your parents have, remember, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
School is out for summer and that always sounds great the day before the semester ends. Just you wait. The boredom creeps in and before you know, you too will start to wish away the summer. That is, unless you take appropriate steps keep boredom at bay all summer long.
We can help. We have a pile-o-fun just waiting to be had at the library. The best part is... IT'S ALL FREE!
Summer is in full swing at the Raytown Branch. The Summer Reading Program is up and running. There are programs for all ages, birth through teens. Children have an opportunity to win 3 free books and other prizes. You have until July 31st to participate. It is easy to sign up online or at the Library.
It seems like you can’t go anywhere lately without seeing that angry red bird. Words like "golden eggs," "pigs," and "reverse shot" are tossed around as kids, teens, and adults stare down at their mobile devices tapping away at the screen. So what is this new phenomenon everyone is talking about? It’s called Angry Birds, an online game that has caused frenzy worldwide.