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Throughout March, the Library commemorates Women's History Month by lifting up stories, achievements, and experiences past and present. Explore book recommendations, watch online events, and discover how local women helped shape Kansas City’s history.
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Muehlebach sign

After reading a recent article about the history of Municipal Stadium a reader noticed the same name on a downtown hotel sign and asked What’s Your KCQ? to explain who the Muehlebachs were.

September 2022 CYS Zine Cover

Why did the frog go out for breakfast? His toadster was broken. Yes! It's September, and the latest Central Youth Services zine is out and full of toad-ally great jokes! Or at least one toad-ally great one about a frog going out for breakfast

cartoon computer, phone, and library card

To mark Library Card Sign-up Month in September, we asked Kansas City Public Library staffers to share the favorite ways they use their cards.

Library staff member helping a patron with a computer lesson.

The Kansas City Public Library is widening its digital literacy efforts, creating a new Digital Corps aimed at helping thousands of members of the community in the next two years to access and use vital digital resources. Applications for are open through September 16, 2022.

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The Veterans Writing Workshop is designed to help veterans, active military, and their family members develop writing and narrative skills that can empower them to tell their stories.