Kansas Day

Kansas Day is celebrated every January 29th to honor the day that Kansas was officially admitted into the Union in 1861.

Here are some of the books that the library has to offer that are all about what Kansas has to offer:

The-Kansas-guidebook-for-explorersThe Kansas guidebook for explorers
by Marci Penner

From the Book Description
Marci teaches you how to see Kansas “with new eyes.” Whether you’re looking for a day trip, a long vacation, or just want to travel from your armchair, The Kansas Guidebook for Explorers is a priceless resource.


Kansas curiositiesKansas curiosities : quirky characters, roadside oddities & other offbeat stuff
by Pam Grout

From the Book Description
Kansas Curiosities is your round-trip ticket to the wildest, wackiest, most outrageous people, places, and things the Sunflower State has to offer. Humor columnist Pam Grout has combed Kansas for one-of-a-kind gems that make her home state truly unique.


Kansas off the beaten pathKansas : off the beaten path : a guide to unique places
by Patti DeLano

From the Book Description
Devoted to travelers with a taste for the unique, this easy-to-use guide will help you discover the hidden places in Kansas that most tourists miss.



Ghost towns of KansasGhost towns of Kansas : a traveler’s guide
by Daniel Fitzgerald

From the Book Description
This illustrated guide to Kansas ghost towns will delight travelers and armchair tourists alike. Organized by region, it tells the story of 100 towns that have either disappeared without a trace or are only “a shadowy remnant of what they once were.”


Kansas Day Story Time

Don’t forget to join us at Liberal Memorial Library for a special Kansas Day themed Story Time on Thursday, January 28th at 11:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. There will be stories, crafts, and songs. Story times are open to children of all ages.


Super Bowl Recipe Swap

Tomorrow we will have our monthly Recipe Swap. This month’s theme is “Super Bowl snacks”. So come in and share your favorite recipe with fellow patrons who share your passion — cooking!

It will be on Monday, January 25th at 6:30 p.m. in the Cooper Clark meeting room.



tax formsTax Forms at the library

It’s that time of year again. If you come in to the library looking for federal and state tax forms, we will be happy to help you find the forms you need.

The library doesn’t receive as many paper tax forms each year as we did in the past, but the forms are available online and we can help you download and print them. There is also a place on our website, http://lmlibrary.org/eresources/tax-form-information/, that gives information about tax forms.

Please remember that the library staff cannot offer tax advice, but we can help you find tax forms that you need.


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