The public is invited to take part in one of a series of online book discussions scheduled throughout October. Towards the end of the month, Heather McGhee joins the Library for an online presentation, which can be viewed on the Library’s YouTube channel.
Online Group Discussions:
The latest installment of What’s Your KC Q? tells the story of German immigrant named Martin Keck who operated a popular beer garden in the 1870s. A century later, the property he developed would become the site of one of the city’s most iconic destinations: Crown Center.
Here at “What’s Your KCQ?” we often hear from people who remember something intriguing or remarkable. But only bits and pieces of it. They need us to help fill in the blanks. Like Robert Griffle. He says that shortly after WWII he’d accompany his mother and sisters to the Country Club Plaza to watch and participate in a radio show called “Luncheon On the Plaza.”