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Thanks to all who supported the Kansas City Public Library in the first round of voting for The Pitch's "Best of Kansas City 2019!" The Library earned nominations in multiple categories, and the second round of online voting is underway. Show your love by casting a vote -- or votes -- for the Library by Friday, August 30, at thepitchkc.com/bestofkc19.
Thanks to all who supported the Kansas City Public Library in the first round of voting for The Pitch's "Best of Kansas City 2019!" The Library earned nominations in multiple categories, and the second round of online voting is underway. Show your love by casting a vote -- or votes -- for the Library by Friday, August 30, at thepitchkc.com/bestofkc19.
 
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Creativebug Helps Your Build Your Craft Skills

The Library is thinking of offering a new free service which provides more than 1,000 videos that teach you arts & crafts, design, cooking, painting, and more. We need you to test drive it, and all you need is your library card!
 

New Device? The Library Can Help You Make the Most of It.
Planning to give (or get) tech-themed presents such as computers, tablets, or smartphones this holiday season? The Library provides an extra boost to your gift-giving or gift-getting by offering many free services and resources to make the most of new devices.
 
Our virtual magazine rack just got a lot bigger. With OverDrive Magazines, you can now access digital editions of many top titles to read on your computer, phone, or tablet.
Our virtual magazine rack just got a lot bigger. With OverDrive Magazines, you can now access digital editions of many top titles to read on your computer, phone, or tablet.
 

UPDATED Question: What happened to all the Christmas decorations that used to be downtown, particularly the crowns strung across the streets with garland?

In our first response to this question, I reported that the Merchants Association began displaying crowns at busy downtown intersections in 1957. Thanks to an observant reader with a special connection to the crowns, I now realize that this date is incorrect. In fact, evidence points to the crowns first being installed in 1962.

The H&R Block Business & Career Center can familiarize you with Lynda.com, a valuable resource for furthering your financial education that's available for free through the Library.
The H&R Block Business & Career Center can familiarize you with Lynda.com, a valuable resource for furthering your financial education that's available for free through the Library.
 

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