Comics University @ Central Library

The St. Louis Public Library presents the 3rd annual Comics University at Central Library, each Wednesday from June 7 through July 26. Comics University features comic experts discussing different facets of the industry during workshops and classes, which run from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Central Library, 1301 Olive Street. All events held in the Carnegie…

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Scribblers for Veterans

Scribblers for Veterans, a group for veterans and family members of veterans who are writing or wish to write, meets the third Tuesday evening of each month from 7-8:30 p.m. in Meeting Room 2.3 on the Second Floor of Central Library, 1301 Olive Street. The group’s aim is to:  Help participants achieve their writing goals. Offer honest,…

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Board of Directors – February 6, 2017

In attendance were John Dubinsky, President, presiding; Nina North-Murphy, Keith Savage, Thomas F. Schlafly, David Sweeney, and Vince Volpe. Also present were Executive Director Waller McGuire and staff members Patty Carleton, Tiffany Davis, Diane Freiermuth, Cathy Heimberger, William Jackson, Lori Lakebrink, Kathy Leitle, Brenda McDonald, Scott Morris, Jen Ohzourk, Sarah Parker, Justin Struttmann, and Lisa…

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Board of Directors Meeting Minutes – January 9, 2017

In attendance were John Dubinsky, President, presiding; Jacque Land, Janet Rainford, Keith Savage, Thomas F. Schlafly, David Sweeney, and Vince Volpe. Also present were Executive Director Waller McGuire and staff members Barry Berry, Patty Carleton, Tiffany Davis, Jon Drakesmith, Diane Freiermuth, Cathy Heimberger, William Jackson, Charles Jefferson, Tonnya Joy, Kathy Leitle, Brenda McDonald, Jen Ohzourk,…

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Board of Directors Meeting Minutes – December 5, 2016

In attendance were John Dubinsky, President, presiding; Alison Ferring, Jacque Land, Keith Savage, Thomas F. Schlafly, David Sweeney, and Vince Volpe. Also present were Executive Director Waller McGuire and staff members Barry Berry, Tiffany Davis, Diane Freiermuth, Cathy Heimberger, William Jackson, Charles Jefferson, Tonnya Joy, Kathy Leitle, Sarah Parker, Pepi Parshall, Justin Struttmann, and Lisa…

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Be A Part of Our Story!

Be Part of Our Story... Become a Friend of the St. Louis Public Library. St. Louis Public Library has a great story and we want you to be part of it!  Public libraries are the great equalizer, providing free access to materials and technology that promote literacy to everyone who enters their doors. At St.…

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Workshops for teen songwriters

St. Louis Public Library invites teens to participate in the Lyrics in the Making program at Central Library’s Creative Experience, 1301 Olive Street. Participants will learn about song writing, beat making and music production with help from ex’treme Institute by Nelly instructor Alonzo “Zo” Lee. All programs are from 6-7:30 p.m. Programs dates: May 2…

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Get Connected

“Get Connected: eBooks, Movies, Music and More!” will be at four locations throughout the month of March. Come by for a “drop-in” training session where technology staff can provide you with one-on-one help accessing the Library’s excellent collection of downloadable materials. With a valid Library card, you have the option to download eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, movies…

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Summer Camps @ SLPL

What are your kids doing this summer? Sign them up for one or more of the fun, exciting and educational summer camps offered for free by St. Louis Public Library! Registration for all camps is required. Print and complete the Camp Application here, and bring it into any St. Louis Public Library Branch. Applications require…

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Where Imagination Lives: Part 3

Where will your imagination take you? With over 4 million items in our collection, a St. Louis Public Library card opens worlds of possibilities. Let us be a part of your next adventure. Click here to apply for your own SLPL card today.

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