Unless otherwise noted, events listed on this page are free and open to the public. Please note: programs, dates, times and locations are subject to change. Some programs will be available for viewing later on the Big Read Wichita YouTube channel.
Teens are invited to submit an original artwork design based on mythology. Three prize winners will be selected to win Hobby Lobby Gift Cards, and all submissions will be featured in a virtual show on our social media platforms. A Virtual Art Show will be conducted via Facebook in February.
Application materials will be available on our website, at the front desk, at the Youth Services desk, and at the drive-thru window.
Patrons are invited to pick up a murder mystery box which contains an entire story and all of the clues within it. This special box comes to you from the Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece. Within it are the clues to a bitter betrayal and a subsequent murder. Madame Phoebe, the museum's benefactor of a new mythology exhibit, was gifted this box which contains clues to terrible secrets. Upon opening the box, Madame Phoebe was tracked down and killed. Before her demise, she sent the box to the only place she could think of; a public library. She hopes that a clever reader such as yourself will uncover the truth and bring her killer to justice.
Pick up the box at the Library either at the drive-thru window or at the front desk.
Beyond Aiaia: Explore the cultural implications of Circe's themes. Visit the Andover Central High School Big Read site to discover a series of podcasts, slide shows, video games, and other virtual presentations that answer four questions inspired by Circe:
We'd love to have your comments and feedback. Please use the hashtags #BigReadWichita #BeyondAiaia #BigReadACHS to engage with our researchers on your chosen social media platform.