The new Learn & Play schedule is ready!
Learn & Play Project is a FREE parent/child activity time for families with children birth to five years of age.
The library encourages families to take advantage of this great program as it helps promote child development in all domains with a focus on early literacy.
An evidence-based curriculum is part of the program and includes early screening for possible developmental delays.
Attendance is free and open to anyone in the community.
Learn & Play groups are made possible by the Building Blocks Early Childhood Block Grant awarded by the Kansas Children’s Cabinet and Trust fund to Russell Child Development.
We are honored and thrilled to have the
Kansas Army National Guard’s 35th Infantry Division Band
come to Sublette Kansas! This event is sponsored by the library.
We invite the public to this FREE
Jazz Combo at the Gazebo at Sublette’s City Park
Sunday, July 8th at 7 p.m.
Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy the show with us!
Rock your imaginations as Thad Beach transforms a common wooden chair into a musical one! His concerts provide lots of opportunities to participate as he demonstrates a variety of ways to make music! While his roots are in old-time mountain music, country blues and jug band styles, Thad enjoys putting his own creative spin on solid musical traditions. This program is lots of fun for all ages!
Join us Thursday, June 14th at 3 p.m.
Share A Story: Daniel The Tiger
Share a Story is part of Smoky Hills Public Television’s mission to encourage children to read. Each year libraries around the viewing area invite SHPTV to share information about PBS Kids programs, read a story, teach children a craft project and send each one home with a book for them to enjoy with their families.
Join us Wednesday, June 13th at 10:30 a.m.
Mad Science ROCKS with you this summer! Together we will discover the universal language of music. Music communicates, inspires, and brings us together. Clap and be astonished to see light streak from the vibrations! Explore pitches and make your own music using things you find! Use PVC pipes, boom-whackers, and even glasses of water to create a silly Mad Science symphony! We invited you to join us THURSDAY, JUNE 7 AT 5:30 P.M. for this free program!