Wednesday, Feb. 27 | 6:30 p.m. | Central Library
One of the nation’s top military historians, John McManus of the Missouri University of Science and Technology, examines the influence of Ulysses S. Grant on the military and presidential leadership of Dwight D. Eisenhower. It continues a series of events coinciding with the exhibit Eisenhower’s Middle Road.
The Library has relaunched its Stories to Go program, offering monthly story time sessions to children at day care and early-learning centers in underserved areas of the community. We’re looking for book-loving adult volunteers to join the program and learn how to conduct fun, engaging story times.
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 notable African-Americans who have made their mark on Kansas City history. Learn about the changemakers profiled in the 2019 edition.