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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Tax Preparation at St. Louis Public Library locations

During the 2018 tax season, tax assistance will be offered by AARP and VITA at various St. Louis Public Library locations. These services are not administered by SLPL, therefore all questions should be directed to the telephone numbers or websites below.  State and Federal tax forms are available online and can be printed at any SLPL location.  The 2018 Tax Preparation Schedule: Monday…
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St. Louis Public Library’s opens new exhibit, STL Symphony: 50 Years at Powell Hall

St. Louis Public Library's new free exhibit “STL Symphony: 50 Years at Powell Hall," on display January 16 through March 17 at Central Library, 1301 Olive Street, celebrates the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s last 50 years. The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is the second-oldest orchestra in the country, but it lacked a permanent home for most of…
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St. Louis Public Library celebrates Black History Month through month-long programming

The St. Louis Public Library celebrates Black History Month by hosting various programming throughout February, focusing on and honoring African-Americans in Times of War. SLPL’s Black History Month programming includes: On the Home Front: Victory Gardens February 1 4:30-6 p.m. Divoll, 4234 N. Grand Blvd. Learn about the importance of victory gardens on the home…
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SLPL’s Black History Month celebration to feature Rev. Jesse Jackson

The St. Louis Public Library is proud to celebrate Black History Month with featured speaker Reverend Jesse Jackson, for two special appearances on February 18 at Christ Church Cathedral, 1210 Locust Street. FOX 2’s Kim Hudson will interview Rev. Jackson about his life as a Civil Rights pioneer and his thoughts on the work yet…
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St. Louis Public Library celebrates MLK by presenting a month of programming

In celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the St. Louis Public Library hosts several programs throughout January at various locations to recognize Dr. King’s amazing accomplishments. MLK 2018 Programs @Your Library includes displays, history mapping, book clubs, spoken word performances and much more. For a complete list of Library programs, go…
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