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The Confluence of Poetry and Art
Thursday, Oct. 17  |  6:30 p.m.  |  Central Library
Photographer B.A. Van Sise, whose work is featured in the Library exhibit One Second, discusses the convergence of art and poetry in his book Children of Grass: A Portrait of American Poetry. It spotlights notable contemporary poets including St. Louis’ Dana Levin, who joins Van Sise and reads from her work.
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Staying informed about what’s happening in your community, nation, and world is now easier than ever, thanks to PressReader, the latest addition to the Library’s collection of digital services. PressReader gives you one place to manage the news, and your Kansas City Public Library card gets you free and unlimited access to over 6,000 newspapers and magazines from around the world, in 60-plus languages… no subscriptions required.
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Need Direction? Start at the Library.
As information discovery has evolved, so has the Library. We’ve launched a new Community Reference Team dedicated to connecting patrons with resources to find jobs, start businesses, grow nonprofits, manage personal finances, develop healthy lifestyles, and more.
Wanting Some Halloween Spirit? We Got You, Boo.

Wanting Some Halloween Spirit? We Got You, Boo.
It’s fall, y’all, and the Library is all about the Halloween season with a monstrously good mashup of haunted local history tales, scary story recommendations, spooky special events, and frightfully fun family festivities.