This SCORE program will give you the information to build a business plan the right way. This provides a business roadmap and the best chances of gaining funding for your business. You will also learn about business planning resources available at the library. Registration is required, and is open between Feb. 22, 2017 and Mar. 22, 2017: call 316-261-8507 or register online.
Ta-da! Beware all you
evil-doers: the Captain is here! Participate in the toilet seat toss, make a toilet roll ninja, create your own Captain Underpants name and learn about World Toilet Day. Based on the series by Dav Pilkey. For ages 8-11.
In honor of the 150th anniversary of the Chisholm Trail, authors
who write about Kansas and its history will be
on hand to talk about their books and how Kansas inspires them. Authors and their
works are George Frazier The
Last Wild Places of Kansas; and Jim Mason, Wichita’s Riverside Parks and Wichita: Postcard History.
A first installment of a planned five-part series introduces the character of 1920s Bristol dock worker Harry Clifton, whose unexpected scholarship leads him to pursue a very different life while uncovering the truth about his father's identity. - (Baker & Taylor)
Children ages 3-6 will develop literacy skills while they sing, dance, play games, and enjoy books in a large group setting. Due to space limitations, we ask that only children are in the meeting space for this program.
Women who are homeless face challenges unique to their gender. Many have faced domestic violence and have increased risk of sexual assault, some have children to support, and have few have the job skills necessary to easily find a job. Sandy Swank, Homeless Services Director for Interfaith Ministries, sees these women on a daily basis. Join us as she shares information on the scope of the problem and what the need is in Wichita. Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters-Metro Wichita. Room opens at 11:30 for brown bag lunch; program starts at 12:00 pm.
all aspects of gardening in containers, from choosing the container, to the
plants, to the location, and their proper care. With Master Gardener Karen
Sanders-West. Registration is required, beginning March 14; call 337-9119 or register online.
Learn about searching for jobs, filling out online applications, and making resumes. Using Microsoft Word, guidance will be provided on using the resume templates to build a resume. Must have basic keyboard and mouse skills. Registration is required, beginning Mar. 14; call 688-9580 or register online.
Bring knitting, crocheting, quilting, or other needlecraft supplies and share your ideas, questions, and love of needlecrafts. Learn from the experience of others and advise those who are just beginning.
Learn about gardening in raised beds – all the information you need to make your raised bed garden successful. Topics will include types of raised beds, selecting edging materials, soil and amendments, and bed layout and garden planning, all to maximize the use of your space. With Sedgwick County Extension Agent Rebecca McMahon. Registration is required, beginning March 16; call 688-9361 or register online.