SLPL and Operation Food Search to provide summer meals for area children

St. Louis Public Library and Operation Food Search are partnering together this summer to provide free meals to area children. Together, SLPL and OFS will provide meals to children 18 years old and under at six different SLPL locations, Monday through Friday, between from June through August. The free summer meal schedule is: • 11:30-11:50…
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2018 Summer Reading Club @ SLPL

A St. Louis Public Library card is your ticket to new worlds.  Find just what you want….picture books, novels, facts that astound—or discover something you never imagined. Check out fantasy; science, both fictional and factual; manga; comics; books about drawing, history; and mystery. Books read aloud count too. A parent, caregiver, friend or sibling can…
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Comics Central 2018 at Central Library

St. Louis Public Library presents the 4th Annual Comics University every Wednesday, June 6- July 11, (except where noted) comic experts discuss different facets of the industry. Workshops and classes will take place from 7-8:30 p.m. at Central Library, 1301 Olive Street. June 6 / The Editorial Process presented by Joseph Illidge / Creative Experience…
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Celebrate Hip Hop Appreciation Week May 14-19 at Central Library

  St. Louis Public Library celebrates the history and culture of hip-hop with its 5th Annual Hip Hop Appreciation Week, running May 15-20 at Central Library, 1301Olive Street. All events are free and open to the public. This year, the Library’s Hip-Hop Appreciation Week programming includes: Monday, May 14 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.: Opening Reception…
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SLPL and MHC present the annual Veterans Writing Workshop

The annual Veterans Writing Workshops kicks off this month at Central Library, 1301 Olive Street. Now more than ever, veterans’ stories should be told. America has seen its longest stint of wartime over the last decade and a half, and fewest Americans have directly participated in the military, with only one percent of the population serving. The Veterans…
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St. Louis Public Library’s Not Quiet! concert series welcomes Rob MacLean

St. Louis Public Library’s Free Not Quiet! concert series welcomes Rob MacLean on March 15 at 7 p.m. to Central Library, 1301 Olive Street. The Branson independent singer and songwriter brings a fresh sound to his Country and American Folk music. His goal is to write songs that portray a simple kind of honesty about…
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St. Louis Public Library to open new exhibit celebrating 200 years of Catholic Sisters in St. Louis

St. Louis Public Library, in conjunction with the Communicators for St. Louis Sisters, will open the new exhibit, “Catholic Sisters: The Spirit of St. Louis," in conjunction with Catholic Sisters Week, which runs annually from March 8 to 14. The exhibit, which celebrates 200 years of Catholic Sisters' presence in St. Louis, runs March 3…
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