Jun 30

4th of July Fun

fourth of july4th of July Fun

is set for

Wednesday, July 1

from 1:30-2:30. 

Join us for games and

make a red, white and blue craft.


Jun 25

Airplane Derby, Friday, June 26

airplane paperTomorrow, Friday June 26 is  

 Airplane Derby

from 1:30-2:30.  

Don’t worry if you don’t have an airplane,

supplies will be provided

for you to make your own.  

Jun 24

DIY Super Hero, Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Do you know what day it is?

It’s DIY Super Hero!

Join us from 1:30-2:30

for some super hero fun!

Jun 18


Bingo cardWe are playing BINGO tomorrow,

Friday, June 19 from 1:30-2:30.  

All ages are welcome to join us!

Jun 12

Training Camp

Join us today,

Friday, June 12 for

Super Hero Training Camp

from 1:30-2:30PM.

May 05

2nd Saturday…Art Adventure

Art Adventure will be this Saturday, May 9 for children ages 3 to 12. This free event will be from 12:30-1:30 at the library.
DATE: Saturday, May 9, 2015
TIME: 12:30-1:30pm

Come and make something special for Mother’s Day.

The class will be led by a local artist and all art supplies will be provided (paint may be used).

Made possible by The Jeanie Kendall Memorial Fund


May 04

Helping Underprivileged Youth at Oakland Community Centers

We have on display at the Osage City Public Library a poster of a project “Helping Underprivileged Youth at Oakland Community Centers” completed by Emma Schemm, Kristen Stinett and Wyatt Robinett, all Washburn University students. Emma and Wyatt are former graduates from Osage City High School.

Helping Underprivileged Youth at Oakland Community Centers is an after school program which provides a supportive, safe environment where kids can be kids while receiving positive encouragement to succeed both academically and personally.

The after school program at Oakland Community Center is a part of Washburn’s Literacy Education Action Project (LEAP). The Oakland program helps Students with homework problems, aiding students in reading, filling gaps in the general curriculum, and reinforces the importance of a strong education. They emphasize the importance of independent and critical thinking and see every situation as a learning opportunity.

This program is very important to the Oakland Community, because many of the parents work two jobs. The parents can be assured that their child is learning, is safe, and is having fun in an environment with positive role models and mentors.

It also has been a learning experience for the volunteer Washburn Students. The Washburn Students have not only learned patience and understanding, but also have learned about the many problems that are faced by communities. Oakland is a diverse neighborhood, with most of the population coming from a lower economic background. As the Washburn Students work with these children, they hope to better learn how to nurture that uniqueness, and hopefully make a meaningful impact on the children.

Visit the library to learn more about this project.

Apr 24

Small Business Resource Center

Have a business or thinking of starting a business? Then check out Small Business Resource Center.

Download startup kits (with pre-made Excel files), watch Harvard Business School lecture videos, and read up on business basics (including human resources). The article search also lets you limit to “forms” – so if you are a landlord, for example, and need a sample lease agreement, it is easy to pull up.

Apr 10

Art Adventures

Art Adventures is scheduled for this

Saturday, April 11 from 12:30-1:30.

Paint will be used, so please dress for it.

Please share and get the word out.

Apr 07

Lego Club, Wednesday, April 8

Lego Club is scheduled for

tomorrow, April 8.

The Legos will be out starting at  3:30  

Invite a friend and join us!

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