Posted On: Dec 19, 2016 In: Just for Seniors, Teens Featured
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Posted On: Jun 30, 2016 In: Summer Reading, Uncategorized
On Wednesday, July 6 at 7 PM in the Auditorium, Renée Whaley will take us on a microscopic, visual tour of the water treatment process.
See who’s going!
Renée is both a photographer of tiny life forms and graduate of the University of Kansas where she studied philosophy.
She currently works for the City of Lawrence Utilities Department, is a state-certified water and wastewater operator, and maintains a fascinating micro-blog about microscopy (lfkulture.tumblr.com).
IMAGE: Courtesy of lfkulture.tumblr.com
Posted On: Oct 27, 2014 In: Uncategorized
“The sky is made of rivers before and after they became rivers,” Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg writes in Chasing Weather, a collaborative book featuring weather chaser/photographer Stephen Locke’s images and Kansas Poet Laureate Emeritus Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg’s poetry (Ice Cube Press). Come see a multi-media presentation that includes images and videos of wild weather matched with stirring poems. Weather subtly shapes our days, infuses our moods and interactions, and at times, completely re-orients our lives. Catching moments of stunning beauty and surprising shifts in the sky helps make the vibrant and variable world more visible to us, and shows us how to truly see where and who we are.
Wednesday November 5th at 7pm in the Auditorium.