The StoryWalk® at Evergreen Park, 2700 N. Woodland, is an activity families can enjoy together. This interactive attraction pairs literacy with physical activity. There are 20 stations along the walking path at the park, each one containing laminated pages from a children's book. Read the whole book with your child and ask guided questions about what they read, provided at the last station of the StoryWalk®.
StoryWalk® was created by Anne Ferguson in Montpelier, Vermont.
Current book: I Went Walking by Sue Williams
Talking Books service, or library service for the blind and physically handicapped, is handled by the State Library of Kansas. Call the State Library at (800) 362-0699 for additional information.
We provide various methods to help those who are elderly or disabled and cannot get to the Library still check out books and other materials. Call (316) 261-8500 for more information or assistance.
Is your facility looking to borrow a collection of books for an extended period? We can provide schools, senior resident facilities, child care centers, and summer camps with reading materials for your group.
We bring storytime to you! Our Youth Outreach Librarian visits preschools, home child care centers and other youth sites that are unable to transport children to storytimes at our libraries.
Invite us to your Parents Night, Book Fair, Wellness Fair or other community gathering. We will staff our booth to help your group learn about the free benefits of the Library system.
We may also be able to issue library cards at your location!