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Exploring Our New Website

Come learn about the new features and personalized experience available at mymcpl.org!

The Story Center Speaker Series

Join The Story Center for the release of local author Niki Lenz's latest book, Bernice Buttman, Model Citizen on March 26.

Platte County Small Business Bootcamp

This morning seminar will include talks on business plans, government contracts, funding and marketing issues, as well as networking with local resource organizations that help small businesses.

KC Savvy Scavenger Hunt

Join the KC Savvy mobile scavenger hunt for chance to win a staycation courtesy of Visit KC and the Adam's Mark Hotel & Conference Center. 

Make a T-Shirt Memory Quilt

Learn how to make a keepsake quilt out of your family’s cherished old t-shirts.

Rock the Library

Learn about some of the most prolific rock ’n’ roll bands and how they shaped the genre.

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Zumba Passport Party: Passport to the Caribbean

Sat, Feb 23 2019
11:00am - 12:00pm
Registration Required
With instruction from a licensed Zumba instructor, kids will explore Caribbean culture playing games, creating a craft, and dancing to the rhythms of Soca and Calypso.

Traveling in France

Mon, Feb 25 2019
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Registration Required
Take a virtual tour of France from the comfort of the Library. See France’s historical sites, museums, galleries, street life, and restaurants, and maybe plan a trip of your own.

Traveling in France

Tue, Feb 26 2019
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Registration Required
Take a virtual tour of France from the comfort of the Library. See France’s historical sites, museums, galleries, street life, and restaurants, and maybe plan a trip of your own.

Mi Lindo Ecuador (My Beautiful Ecuador)

Tue, Feb 26 2019
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Registration Required
Come learn more about the small South American nation of Ecuador! You will be learning about its food, people, and the world famous Galapagos Islands.

Born a Slave

Thu, Feb 28 2019
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Registration Required
His family has been identified as Caucasian for five generations; but after more than 30 years of genealogical research, local historian David W.
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