Join award-winning educator, author, and songwriter Dinosaur O’Dell for a trip around the world on Thursday, June 22 at 11 AM and 2 PM in the Auditorium! Whether you’re swimming with the piranhas in South America, jumping with kangaroos in Australia or fixing spaceships in Europe, Dino’s stories and songs are not only fun, but interactive and educational. TWO FREE SHOWS! ALL AGES!
It’s a city… plane… train! We’re building cardboard creations with local artist Juniper Tangpuz on Wednesday, June 21 from 2-3 PM in the Auditorium! Program is for Ages 5-6. Register: 785-843-3833 or at Library Chidren’s Desk.
On Monday, June 19th from 2-3 PM in the Auditorium, cardboard artist extraordinaire, Juniper Tangpuz, will lead us in creating amazing things from pieces of cardboard! Exploratorium is for ages 7-11. Register: 785-843-3833 or at Library Chidren’s Desk.
By now you’ve probably heard of tiny houses. This social movement focuses on downsizing living spaces for environmental and financial reasons, and the desire for more time and freedom.
On Sunday, June 18 from 1-5 PM, come see what all the fuss is about and tour a tiny house! Then join us from 2-3:30 PM for a panel discussion about sustainable design, affordable housing, and tiny homes. Email Melissa at email@example.com for more info.
In celebration of Centron’s 70th anniversary, we hope you’ll join us for The Stars of Centron!
Thursday, June 22 at 7PM, we’ll be at Liberty Hall with local luminary Hank Booth as he hosts an evening of short films and interviews with Lawrencians who worked both in front of, and behind the camera. From 1950′s etiquette films, to corporate marketing musicals from the 60′s, to Halloween safety tips from the 70′s, it’s sure to be an entertaining evening. In partnership with Watkins Museum of History.
Happy Pride Month, Lawrence!
We’ve got a superstar guest joining us for an all-ages storytime this month! Miss Deja Brooks will be here Sunday, June 25 at 3:30 PM in the Auditorium with stories celebrating our local LGBTQIA+ community, families of all kinds, fun, and of course—RAINBOWS!
Following the lead of Harvey Milk Memorial Library and Brooklyn Public Library, we’re hoping our own version of drag queen storytime is as sparkly and glamorous as it is a safe space for, “positive, and unabashedly queer role models…where kids can imagine a world where people can present as they wish, where dress up is real.” (SOURCE: Drag Queen Story Hour)
Check out this clip from Park Slope Library in Brooklyn:
Join us Thursday, June 15 from 6:30–8 PM at the Douglas County Fairgrounds to watch chefs battle it out to create the best dish featuring local veggies!
Meet at the Culinary Commons Incubator Kitchen in Building 21. Co-sponsored by Just Food. Need info? Email Yilan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Got tracks? Want to share them with the world?
On Friday, June 9 from 5-6:30 in the SOUND+VISION Studio, we’ll learn the basics of audio mixing and mastering using today’s latest digital audio workstations. We’ll dive into basic eq, compression, panning, fx, and increasing the overall volume of your mix in preparation for public release. Get info from Jim: email@example.com
Join us on Monday, June 12 from 2-3 PM in the Auditorium, we’ll have a number of LEGO building challenges ready for you to test your skills! Matt Lord, the leader of LPL’s Lego Club, will join us for this LEGO-tastic program! Program is for ages 7-11. Register: 785-843-3833 or at Library Chidren’s Desk.
We have an action packed performance on Thursday, June 15 at 11 AM and 2 PM in the Auditorium! It includes music, dance contest, magic, live animals, audience participation, Do It Now segment, and lots of FUN! Award winning entertainment provided by Rapping Roy & Reggie Regg the Magic Man. TWO FREE SHOWS! ALL AGES!