12:00 noon, Friday, April 1
Freewill donations accepted
Averill Discusses the collection of essays on the meaning and appeal of Kansas.“A sampler of the best writing on Kansas. Each of the pieces reflects the writers’ convictions that Kansas represents something powerful, something significant, something noteworthy.” —Kansas! Magazine
Reserve your seat for the 1970’s Flashback Luncheon at the Ashland Library!
The Ashland Library will be open Wednesday, February 9. We’ll see you at the library!
The Ashland Library will be closed Wednesday, February 9, due to weather. Please enjoy a good book safely at home!
The Ashland Library wil close: Friday, December 24; Saturday, December 25; and Friday, January 1.
Sandra Woodrow and Michelle Reimer will perform a selection of holiday songs at the Ashland Library Luncheon at noon on Monday, December 6.
Ashland City Library Window Unveiling November 29, 6:00 – 8:00– Visit the library to enjoy Christmas treats and create a frame for your Santa picture!
Ann E. Liston of Fort Hays State University will lead a discussion of Epitaph for a Peach by David Mas Masumoto at 2 PM on Sunday, October 31, sponsored by the Ashland Library, 604 Main St.
To help enjoy the “flavor” of this book, bring a peach dessert to share as we sample three of life’s greatest pleasures—eat, talk and read!
This final book in a four-part “Food for Thought” series is a delightful narrative on the author’s life as a Japanese American peach and grape farmer in California. Relationships, weather, the market, frustrations, and joys are all presented by Masumoto with poetic flair and a sense of humor.
The Talk About Literature in Kansas (TALK) book discussion series is provided by the Kansas Humanities Council (KHC), a nonprofit cultural organization with over 35 years of experience promoting understanding of the history and ideas that shape our lives and build community. For more information, visit www.kansashumanities.org.
Theresa Peters Casper and Kayla Tonne
Theresa Peters Casper, author of The Soldier Was A Boy and Kayla Tonne, Illustrator, personally autographed copies at a special book signing party at the Ashland Library. Ms. Casper, Special Education Teacher at the Ashland Schools, lives in Oklahoma and is well known in the Clark County community. Kayla Tonne, Senior at the Ashland High School, has received many awards for her art. Books are available for purchase locally.