As you admire all the bright and shiny holiday lights decorating the houses of your friends and neighbors, do you ever wonder what to do with any broken, old strands of Christmas lights? Well, MCPL is helping you out by partnering with Southeast Enterprises to collect and recycle any unwanted Christmas lights. Visit any of our branches to donate your lights to this great project.
We all have good days and bad days, but especially during the holidays when cheer and good will towards all are rather abundant. One can seem particularly scroogey with a few bah-hum bugs. Thankfully, one not-so-cheerful day doesn’t allot us a late-night appointment with three timely ghosts. But a lifetime of stinginess can bring us a whole lot more than we bargain for.
One of the things Mid-Continent Public Library is most proud of is our ability to find you, our customers, anything you need. If it is not readily available through our own resources, then we will move outside our buildings and look nationwide through Interlibrary Loan.
Are you tired of being a One Day Novelist, as in “One day I’ll write a novel”? If you have always considered writing a book, November is the month for you. November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), the endeavor where each participant cranks out 50,000 words of fiction in just 30 days.
Star Wars Reads Day is an international event that celebrates reading and all things Star Wars. Launched in 2012 by Lucasfilm and its publishing partners, the event attracts participation throughout the world.
Let's celebrate literacy together! Join your friends at one of our many MCPL branches hosting Early Literacy Storytimes on Thursday, October 3rd for a reading of Otis by Loren Long.
Kids nationwide will be gathered in libraries, schools, and daycares to Read for the Record. Be one of millions of kids having this book read to you in support of making sure that every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed!
Five years in the making and still going strong. During the month of October, Mid-Continent Public Library hosts the Pink Party, a library fair that takes place at branches around Kansas City to promote breast cancer awareness. At our Pink Parties, we bring out vendors and guest speakers from the community to share information and resources on breast cancer to those who need it.