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The Library invites patrons to sit down and connect through conversation during the first National Week of Conversation, April 20-28, 2018.
Maria Hodge was part of the Kansas City Public Library's pilot program, English for Citizenship. For 12 weeks, she studied with her classmates in preparation for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ naturalization test.
We know there are more than 50 shades of love, and we’ve broken down some of the many subgenres of romance to help you find the best match for your readin’ heart this Valentine’s Day.
Each year, the Library partners with the Local Investment Commission (LINC) and the Black Archives of Mid-America to produce a series of Black History Month materials celebrating the legacies and accomplishments of notable African-Americans from the Kansas City area. The seven individuals featured in 2018 left indelible imprints on our community and beyond.
As the Kansas City Public Library’s director of public affairs from June 2006 to August 2015, Henry Fortunato imagined and developed revolutionary public programming that earned national recognition and helped redefine the role of the modern library. On February 5, 2018, Fortunato died at his home after a short illness. He had turned 62 a month earlier.