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Recognize an Exceptional MCPL Employee!

Recognize an Exceptional MCPL Employee!

Over the past year, MCPL staff have worked hard to continue bringing essential resources and servi
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Reads for Ramadan

Reads for Ramadan

Ramadan has begun! This year, Ramadan began the evening of April 12 and will end the evening of May 12.
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From the Director: Emergency Broadband Benefit

From the Director: Emergency Broadband Benefit

For decades, cities have viewed gas, electric, water, sewer, cable, and telephone services as critical i
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Rollin’ Down the River: Genealogy on the Go!

Rollin’ Down the River: Genealogy on the Go!

When my daughter was a student at Kansas State University, I had a two-hour drive to get there to visit
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A Wee Bit of Scotland

A Wee Bit of Scotland

When looking for your Scottish ancestors in America, a wee bit of history is important.
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MCPL Celebrates National Library Week, April 4 – 10

MCPL Celebrates National Library Week, April 4 – 10

Mid-Continent Public Library is celebrating National Library Week, April 4 – 10, with the return o
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Registration Now Open for LitUp 2021!

Registration Now Open for LitUp 2021!

Mid-Continent Public Library is proud to announce that registration is now open for its fourth-ann
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Virtual Book Groups Are Coming!

Virtual Book Groups Are Coming!

Starting in April, MCPL will offer a monthly selection of virtual book group events that you can a
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Your Gift Goes Further on Library Giving Day

Your Gift Goes Further on Library Giving Day

Library Giving Day, April 7, is an online fundraising event established to celebrate libraries nationwid
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You’re Doing It (Yourself)!

You’re Doing It (Yourself)!

A lot of people picked up “do it yourself” (DIY) projects and crafting during their recent m
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Publishing Month at The Story Center

Publishing Month at The Story Center

Every year, The Story Center hosts a week of programs dedicated to the topic of publishing.
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What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

I love to hear and read about the foods that my relatives and ancestors ate.
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