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The Library Channel is available on local cable channel 20 to those who subscribe through Mediacom. Programming focuses primarily on Storytimes, Children's Specials, and a variety of adult programs. Other possible programs include live coverage of meetings and events of local non-profit organizations in our meeting rooms, or local programming provided by the City's Cable Television Services office.

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Video Streaming

Many of the events that have aired on The Library Channel are also available on-demand.
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Record Your Meeting

Non-profit organizations holding their meetings in Meeting Room A can have the event taped and/or shown live on The Library Channel. Prior approval is required and must follow established guidelines outlined in the Recording and Live Cablecast Guidelines section below.

Recording

Use of the video production equipment in Meeting Room A is limited to specific City of Iowa City staff and trained staff of Public Access Television, Inc (PATV). Non-profit organizations must arrange for an authorized individual to run the equipment during their meeting. Technical assistance from Library staff cannot be guaranteed, but will be provided when possible. Programs videotaped in Meeting Room A must follow the general Meeting Room Guidelines. Events must be free and open to the public.

Live Cablecast

Approval will be given for programs that have a broad community appeal if they can be accommodated without major disruption to the Library's program schedule. Programs shown live will not be re-cablecast. All live cablecasts will end at Library close; however, use of production equipment may continue with meeting room use as dictated by our Meeting Room Policy.

All live cablecasts must follow our Cable Television Channel Programming Policy and Policy on Meeting Room and Lobby Use.

How to Arrange for Recording/Cablecast

  1. Request Meeting Room A online or at the Help Desk.
  2. Once your meeting has been approved, non-profit organizations and City Departments should contact the City of Iowa City Cable TV Office at (319) 356-5454 to arrange for equipment use.
  3. After contacting the City of Iowa City Cable TV Office, contact the ICPL AV Librarian at (319) 887-6024.

**All arrangements for recording and cablecasts must be made at least 14 days in advance.**

Channel 20 Schedule

Second Sunday Garden Forum

8:00 am - 9:30 am

in-progress

Linda Naeve Project Green

Music is the Word, Preschool Storytime

10:00 am - 10:22 am

Marc Falk, a music professor at Coe College and founder of Iowa City's Outdoor Adventure Camps will present a concert of fun and interactive music for kids and parents. Featuring songs about animals, authors, food, Iowa City,the ICPL,

Preschool Storytime

10:22 am - 10:55 am

Music is the Word, Preschool Storytime: Mike Haverkamp Today we're being joined by a very special guest, Mike Haverkamp! Come to preschool storytime to sing some familiar songs and learn some not so familiar ones with an Iowa City favorite.

Book Babies

10:55 am - 11:26 am

Join Stacey Kelly, Balance Yoga studio. Stacey will teach you and your baby, poses, songs, and games...all with the benefits of yoga!

Chinese Book Babies

11:30 am - 11:55 am

Book Babies will host Emily Jia. Emily will introduce families to Chinese language.

LIVE Poetry Month Event

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

LIVE: Poetry Month Event - Poems from the Teachers

Happy Birthday Mr. Dickens!

2:00 pm - 2:59 pm

Guest speaker Corey Creekmur, Associate Professor , UI Depts. of English and Cinema and Comparative Literature provides a look at the film adaptations of Charles Dickens' work.

School's Out Special

3:00 pm - 3:51 pm

Kick up your heels to Irish music, dancing, and a St. Patrick's Day celebration featuring Acoustic Mayhem and We 3 Riverdancers. This Spring Break event is free and open to families and children of all ages.

School's Out Special

4:00 pm - 4:40 pm

"Magic's Best Kept Secret" David Casas performs awesome tricks of magic using slight of hand, audience participation, and comedy guaranteed to tickle your funny bone.

Summer Reading Program Special

5:00 pm - 5:31 pm

Join East Central Iowa Council of Government's Environmental Educator Kristin Simon as she teaches us about recycling, waste reduction and gas.

Winter Break Family Special

5:31 pm - 5:59 pm

It's a musical extravaganza featuring Electric Jumping Horse Studio's Deanne Wortman as she narrates this tiny tale of love and friendship. Musical accompaniment by L & M Music, dance with Nora Garda of InterDance and Edith Barragan, and puppetry with Kidspectacular. Costumes by Lisa Belladonna Nyx.

Big Brain

6:00 pm - 6:46 pm

Women in the Civil War

7:00 pm - 7:53 pm

with guest speaker Jennifer Harbour, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of History, Ashford University Part of the Civil War 150 Series Part of the Civil War 150 series

Iowa City's Manville Heights

8:00 pm - 8:58 pm

Trains Across Iowa

9:00 pm - 9:59 pm

All aboard for an Iowa rail adventure! Join Rudy Daniels as he describes the past, present and future of the Hawkeye State's railroads. The program explores Iowa's unique position in the construction of the first transcontinental railroad and Iowa's great contribution to railroad safety. The talk also describes the famous streamliners that rode Iowa's rails. Rudolph Daniels is Assistant Dean, Department Chair of Railroad Operations Technology and instructor of railroad history at Western Iowa Tech Community College in Sioux City, Iowa. He likes to travel throughout Iowa. Dr. Daniels has written the official history of US railroads, Trains Across the Continent. This program is a part of the Irving B. Weber Days and Third Thursday programs and is made possible through the funding of the National Endowment for the Humanities and Humanities Iowa. A cultural resource for Iowans since 1971, Humanities Iowa offers many cultural and historical programs and grants to Iowa's communities.

One of a Kind

10:00 pm - 10:28 pm

Ellen Buchanan interviews Agnes Kuhn, Quaker, activist and extraordinary volunteer.

One of A Kind

10:28 pm - 10:58 pm

Ellen Buchanan interviews retired Iowa City Schools teacher Alice Kurtz.

A SPOT Program

6:00 am - 7:24 am

Preschool Storytime

7:24 am - 7:56 am

Front Porch Music Festival

8:00 am - 8:55 am

The Longfellow neighborhood's Front Porch Music Festival is a celebration of music-making, inspired by the Water Hill Music Fest in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Now in its third year, the festival includes musicians of all ages and experiences, performing in a wide range of musical styles and traditions, including jazz, classical, folk and rock. Trevor Harvey, Ph.D., Lecturer in Ethnomusicology from the UI School of Music, and one of the co-founders of the Front Porch Music Festival will share the Front Porch story, discussing the value of music in building and sustaining communities. He will be joined by other festival organizers and neighborhood musicians to get us in the mood for the 2017 Festival happening this weekend! This program is part of the 2017 Adult Summer Reading Program.

How to Build a Bike

9:00 am - 9:58 am

Learn about bike fabrication and design from UI Professor Steve McGuire.

Preschool Storytime

10:00 am - 10:30 am

Preschool Storytime: Dance with Rebecca Bachar Temple Studio of Fine Art and Dance Director, Rebecca Bachar, will be demonstrating and teaching modern rhythmic movement. Rebecca is certified in Isadora Duncan Dance Performance and Instruction.

Preschool Storytime

10:30 am - 10:56 am

Do you want to learn to dance like Jewel and Blu in the movie Rio? Do you like music that tells stories? Join us for dance, music, and storytelling. Come and get ready for Iowa City Carnaval 2014 on the Iowa Arts Festival Children's Day, June 7th!

Family Storytime

11:00 am - 11:46 am

Family Storytime: A Mini Magical Performance with Kevin Spencer

International Writing Program

12:00 pm - 1:32 pm

10-30-02

International Writing Program

1:32 pm - 2:59 pm

10-30-09

Summer Reading Program

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Celebrate the end of the Summer Reading Program with a Carnival extravaganza. Costumes and masks are designed by U of I Theater Arts professor Loyce Arthur. Create your own mask, listen to a tale from Trinidad, then join in the giant carnival parade on the Ped Mall complete with Chinese dragon, and pickle bucket band.

Iowa State Fair Storytime

3:30 pm - 4:03 pm

Part of SRP 2017 For our final special Thursday of the Summer Reading Program, we are celebrating the kickoff of the Iowa State Fair! Join us for stories, music, activities and crafts that will make you feel like you are at the real deal! And come back this afternoon for the library's own State Fair with animals, face painting, games and more!

Summer Reading Program

4:03 pm - 4:59 pm

K-6th graders will get their groove on with the Hancher dance artists as the electrifying ensemble mixes hip-hop with modern and and ballet for a fun-filled performance.

Tweens on Tuesday

5:00 pm - 5:57 pm

The zany scientists from the U of I department of Physics and Astronomy return with knock-your-socks off experiments with lasers, electricity, and 3D wonders.

One of a Kind

6:00 pm - 6:31 pm

A.K. Traw

One of a Kind

6:31 pm - 7:06 pm

Irving Weber

7:06 pm - 8:04 pm

Iowa City Community Theatre

8:04 pm - 9:18 pm

Thinkin' Lincoln

9:18 pm - 9:51 pm

Lance Mack, in full costume, gives a talk as President Lincoln.

What it takes to be come a World Champion

10:00 pm - 11:16 pm

What it takes to become a World Champion: with Dan Gable and Tom Brands Spend an evening with Olympic Gold Medalists and former and current Hawkeye Wrestling Coaches Dan Gable and Tom Brands as they talk about what it takes to become an Olympic competitor.

Summer Reading Program

6:00 am - 7:19 am

Masked Marvels: Johnson County Conservation Meet some animals you may recognize from your backyard and learn how to keep them safe in this conservation program with Johnson County Naturalist Sydney Algreen.

Bilingual Preschool Storytime

7:19 am - 7:42 am

Bilingual Preschool Storytime: with Casey Today at preschool storytime we will be reading books, singing songs, playing and learning in both English and Spanish.

Preschool Storytime

7:42 am - 7:59 am

Summer Reading Program

8:00 am - 8:47 am

As a special appearance at Iowa City Public Library, Eulenspiegel Puppet Theatre brings to life Iowa's legendary tall tale heroine Sal Fink as she tames a bear, wrestles a vicious snake, lassos a tornado, and plays with her pet pig, Suey. Featuring original toe-tapping music with Ron Hollis, this event is part of the "One World, Many Stories" summer reading program for children. It will be followed by puppet demonstrations and dragon rod puppet crafts for school age children to make and take home.

Summer Reading Program

9:00 am - 9:48 am

Presenter Name: Darrin Crow Listen to local storyteller Darrin Crow tell entertaining tales and bring stories to life! Darrin has been based out of Iowa since 1999 where he brings stories of Iowa history, folk tales, tall tales and more to life for audiences of all ages. He'll keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end today with his presentation of "Big Builders with Big Stories- American Tall Tales and Folk Tales."

Family Storytime

10:00 am - 10:29 am

Join Mrs. Hinky Dink for this special family storytime! Reading, singing and clowning around are Mrs. H's favorite things to do, so you won't want to miss out on this silly half an hour! Designed for the whole family and presented at a time convenient for most working parents.

Book Babies with Music Together

10:30 am - 10:54 am

Presenter Name:Lauren Willburg Please join special guest, Lauren Willburg, for some fun with Music Together. This program is an innovative, research-based program for children ages newborn to four years old and their parents or caregivers. This approach develops every child's birthright of basic music competence by encouraging the actual music experience through song, rhythm, movement and instrument play.

Preschool Storytime with Ellen Buchanan

11:00 am - 11:30 am

In celebration of Iowa City's Weber Days and Children's Book Week enjoy this storytime with local native and legend Ellen Buchanan!

Musical Storytime

11:30 am - 11:55 am

Guest: University of Iowa Art Share. Learn all about jazz music and enjoy a professional ensemble perform the works of the jazz mainstream. This ensemble covers the range between early swing and progressive jazz ( Basie, Ellington, Thad Jones, Mingus, etc). In honor of Black History Month, we will celebrate some of the great musicians who have paved the way of jazz music in America.

Second Sunday Garden Forum

12:00 pm - 1:14 pm

Longtime Project GREEN volunteer and Iowa Master Gardener Marilou Gay will discuss easy ways to give your garden the mood that you want.

Friends of Hickory Hill Park

1:14 pm - 1:59 pm

Friends of Hickory Hill Park Presented by Bernie Knight 08-07-03

One of a Kind

2:00 pm - 2:35 pm

Ellen Buchanan interviews Fred Woodard, professor and head of the African American World Studies program at the University of Iowa.

One of a Kind

2:35 pm - 3:12 pm

Ellen Buchanan interviews Brooke Workman, a humanities teacher at West High School, a local and national leader in education, and author of five books.

One of a Kind

3:12 pm - 3:45 pm

History of Iowa City's Grocery Stores

4:00 pm - 5:08 pm

Part of the 2015 Weber on Wednesdays series. Tom Schulein, citizen historian, will present a program on the history of Iowa City grocery stores from the corner store to the superstore. Co-sponsored b the Iowa City/Johnson County Senior Center.

Helen Lemme - a history

5:08 pm - 5:49 pm

Part of the 2015 Weber on Wednesday series. Sixth-grade girl history detectives, all students from Lemme Elementary School will present a program about their school's namesake, African-American civil rights advocate Helen Lemme.

History of Johnson County

6:00 pm - 6:38 pm

One Communty One Book '07

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Panel discussion of 2007 selection, Blood Done Sign My Name by Timothy Tyson. Panel includes: Sara Baird, Iowa City Human Rights Commission; Rev. Orlando Dial of Iowa City's Bethel A.M.E. Church; Barbara Eckstein, Director of Graduate Studies in English at UI.

Intellectual Freedom Festival

8:00 pm - 8:58 pm

Please join area librarians for a discussion about Public Libraries, Budget Cuts and Intellectual Freedom. Panelists include: Barb Black, Technical Services Coordinator, Iowa City Public Library Jennie Garner, Assistant Director, North Liberty Community Library Mike Jorgensen, Adult Services Librarian, Coralville Public Library Jason Paulios, Adult Services Librarian, Iowa City Public Library Nick Shimmin, Director, West Branch Public Library Mike Wright, Head of Acqusitions and Copy Cataloging, University of Iowa Library and Chairperson of the Iowa Library Association Intellectual Freedom Committee. In 1995, The Iowa City Public Library established the annual Carol Spaziani Intellectual Freedom Festival to honor Carol's 26-year career at ICPL and life-long commitment to the freedom of ideas. Carol believes that the public library's role is to be a resource and a forum for an individual's pursuit and expression of diverse points of view.

Intellectual Freedom Festival

8:58 pm - 10:02 pm

Born Digital - Intellectual Freedom in a Networked Age the keynote lecture by John Palfrey. John Palfrey, 2010 keynote speaker for the Iowa City Public Library’s Intellectual Freedom Festival, is the Henry N. Ess Professor of Law and Vice Dean for Library and Information Resources at Harvard Law School. He is the co-author of "Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives" (Basic Books, 2008) and "Access Denied: The Practice and Politics of Internet Filtering" (MIT Press, 2008). His research and teaching is focused on Internet law, intellectual property, and international law. He practiced intellectual property and corporate law at the law firm of Ropes & Gray. He is a faculty co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. Outside of Harvard Law School, he is a Venture Executive at Highland Capital Partners and serves on the board of several technology companies and non-profits. John served as a special assistant at the US EPA during the Clinton Administration. He is a graduate of Harvard College, the University of Cambridge, and Harvard Law School.

Bill Strickland

10:02 pm - 11:08 pm

Author, MacArthur Fellowship "genius" award winner and Manchester Bidwell leader Bill Strickland builds partnerships to help the disadvantaged build a better future. The author of "Make the Impossible Possible" will talk about his strategies to harness creative energy and talent to improve community life for all.

Thinkin' Lincoln

6:00 am - 7:16 am

Kickoff the Thinkin' Lincoln festivities and join Popo, Deanne Wortman, Babaloon the Clown, Scott Koepke, and Kidspectacular for a fun-filled festival of puppetry, crafts, creative dramatics and a giant circus puppet and pickle band parade. Kidspectacular begins the day with "Hershel and the Goblins" for some spooky fun at 10:30, followed by "Popo and the Funny Penny" at 11:15 and "Popo's Big Top Circus" with Deanne Wortman and Babaloon at 11:45. Crafts and a pickle band circus parade led by Scott Koepke round out the magical merriment.

Family Storytime

7:30 am - 7:59 am

Earth Day Preschool Storytime

10:00 am - 10:26 am

Musical Storytime

10:30 am - 11:01 am

Marc Falk, a music professor at Coe College and founder of Iowa City's Outdoor Adventure Camps, will present a concert of fun and interactive music for kids and parents.

Sign Language Family Storytime

11:01 am - 11:27 am

n celebration of Deaf Awareness week, we are having a family storytime that will be translated into ASL (American Sign Language). UI professor AmyRuth McGraw and some of her ASL students will be reading some classic stories and translating with signage. This is a great opportunity to learn some simple phrases in sign language as well as share some great stories!

Musical Storytime

11:30 am - 11:55 am

Guest: University of Iowa Art Share. Learn all about jazz music and enjoy a professional ensemble perform the works of the jazz mainstream. This ensemble covers the range between early swing and progressive jazz ( Basie, Ellington, Thad Jones, Mingus, etc). In honor of Black History Month, we will celebrate some of the great musicians who have paved the way of jazz music in America.

History for Lunch

12:00 pm - 12:56 pm

Johnson County Historical Society Presents

History for Lunch

1:00 pm - 1:52 pm

Johnson County Historical Society Presents

Second Sunday Garden Forum

2:00 pm - 3:36 pm

Susan Appleget Hurst is the former garden writer and editor at Better Homes and Gardens and other gardening magazines, and a returning guest to the Second Sunday Garden Forums. This year she’ll present “Dream Garden Design” in which she’ll share the lessons she has learned about gardens and garden design through years of scouting gardens. She’ll break down garden design the easy way.

DNA Interest Group

4:00 pm - 5:01 pm

Hidden Family History Revealed, Part I - Searching. A presentation about the search for biological family. The DNA Interest Group is designed to bring together individuals in the Iowa City area interested in learning about the use and interpretation of commercial DNA test results. Meetings will address a variety of different topical areas, including applications in genealogy, inferences of traits, exploration of human genetic variation, and the societal impact of these services.

Big Brain

6:00 pm - 6:44 pm

Dan Knight

Music is the Word

7:00 pm - 7:54 pm

David Zollo has been highly active in the Iowa City music scene for over twenty years as a musician, songwriter, record label founder, and producer. David has asked musician Andy Fleming of Des Moines-based band, Brother Trucker, to join him in a unique conversational music performance for the Music Is The Word series. Part of the ICPL "Music Is The Word" series welcoming the University of Iowa School of Music to downtown Iowa City.

UI School of Music event

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join musicians from the University of Iowa School of Music as they share their talents with our community. Performers include: Ghyas Zeidieh (cello), Solo Cello Suite Movement 1 and 2 (composer: Gaspar Cassado); Rebecca Malina (violin) and Hequing Huang (piano), Violin Concerto No. @ Adagio, manon troppo (composer: Max Bruch); Meredith Olson (soprano) and Sungzin Kim (piano), Take me to the World (composer: Stephen Sondheim) and Don't wanna be here (composer: Adam Gwon); Anna Peterson (oboe), Tony Mai (clarinet), Yinqun Chen (saxophone), Christine Burke (bass clarinet), and Keegan Hockett (bassoon), Quintet in C. Minor, K 406 III Menuetto in Canone and IV. Allegro (composer: W. A. Mozart/arr. Wesley) and 3 Preludes I. Allegro ben ritmato e deciso, II. Adante con moto e poco rubato, and III. Allegro ben ritmato e deciso (composer G. Gershwin/arr. Reynolds); Austin Vawter, Allemande from the Suite #1 and Gigue from the Suite #3 (composer: J.S. Bach)

Singing as Transformational Practice

9:00 pm - 9:55 pm

Can singing help us to heal and even transform ourselves? And how does singing with others differ from singing alone?

History for Lunch

10:00 pm - 10:47 pm

Johnson County Historical Society Presents

History for Lunch

11:00 pm - 11:48 pm

Johnson County Historical Society Presents

Preschool Storytime

6:00 am - 6:30 am

Preschool Storytime

6:30 am - 6:51 am

Toddler Storytime

7:00 am - 7:29 am

Preschool Storytime

7:30 am - 7:54 am

History for Lunch

8:00 am - 9:05 am

Johnson County Historical Society Presents

History for Lunch

9:05 am - 9:51 am

Johnson County Historical Society Presents

Preschool Storytime

10:00 am - 10:47 am

Storytime

11:00 am - 11:36 am

Get down on the farm with musician and self proclaimed Chicken Dancer, John Duggleby.

Preschool Storytime

11:36 am - 11:55 am

Today Sara May and Lauren will be joining us from the Preucil School of Music, Music Together program. They will be sharing songs, fingerplays and action rhymes with children and their families.

International Mondays

12:00 pm - 12:58 pm

With Roger Cressey, Former Director for Transnational Threats at the National Security Council; President, Good Harbor Consulting

Tell Me Your Story

1:00 pm - 1:31 pm

Tell Me Your Story

1:31 pm - 1:59 pm

Tell Me Your Story

1:59 pm - 2:32 pm

Tell Me Your Story

2:32 pm - 3:05 pm

School's Out Special

3:05 pm - 4:00 pm

The Chasing 4 Life crew present "what to do when hurricanes rage and tornadoes sweep the country." Through disaster preparedness, the focus is on tornado safety, environmental issues, climate change, and the importance of home disaster kits

School's Out Special

4:00 pm - 4:52 pm

Kick up your heels to Irish music, dancing, and a St. Patrick's Day celebration featuring Acoustic Mayhem and We 3 Riverdancers. This Spring Break event is free and open to families and children of all ages.

School's Out Special

5:00 pm - 5:55 pm

Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day and kick up your heels to the traditional and modern Celtic tunes of Iowa City's own Beggarmen.

Tell Me Your Story

6:00 pm - 6:29 pm

Dean Marion L. Huit discusses his experiences in China and his 32 years with the University of Iowa, where he was Dean of Students during the 1960s and 1970s.

Tell Me Your Story

6:30 pm - 6:59 pm

Dr. Lewis January

Crime and Punishment at 150

7:00 pm - 8:02 pm

2016 marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of Crime and Punishment. The panel will examine the history of the novel's creation and publication, the theological and humanist foundations of the novel, and Dostoevsky's influence on 21st century writers and narratives. The Crime and Punishment reading and film series culminates with a panel discussion with Anna Barker, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Russian and Comparative Literature; Daniel Boscaljon, director of the Center for Humanist Inquiry; and Christopher Merrill, director of the University of Iowa's International Writing Program. This program is part of the 2016 Iowa City Book Festival

Iowa City Book Festival Reading

8:02 pm - 8:58 pm

Iowa City Book Festival Readings: Ted Genoways will read from "This Blessed Earth - A year in the life of an American family farm." Kathryn Gamble & Barbara Hall will read from "Women And The Land"

Iowa City Book Festival Reading

8:58 pm - 9:59 pm

Iowa City Book Festival Readings: Mike Lankford will read from "Becoming Leonardo: an exploded view of the life of Leonardo Da Vinci" and Steve Paul will read from "Hemingway at Eighteen: the pivotal year that launched an American legend."

Second Sunday Garden Forum

10:00 pm - 11:25 pm

Do you wonder about "Oak Wilt"? Are your roses sick? Have your hostas shown signs of the new "Virus"? Are your Daylilies falling over with Daylily "Rust?" Christine Engelbrecht comes to us from the ISU Plant Disease Clinic to prepare us to identify and treat diseases in our landscape. Project Green

Musical Storytime

10:00 am - 10:25 am

Guest: University of Iowa Art Share. Learn all about jazz music and enjoy a professional ensemble perform the works of the jazz mainstream. This ensemble covers the range between early swing and progressive jazz ( Basie, Ellington, Thad Jones, Mingus, etc). In honor of Black History Month, we will celebrate some of the great musicians who have paved the way of jazz music in America.

Family Storytime Speical

10:30 am - 11:00 am

Join violin-fiddle duo Tricia Park and Taylor Morris in this special family concert as they explore a genre-bending program of music from traditional classical fair to contemporary world music as well as American and Celtic fiddle tunes

Chinese Book Babies

11:00 am - 11:25 am

Book Babies will host Emily Jia. Emily will introduce families to Chinese language.

Family Special

11:30 am - 11:54 am

Join Orchestra Iowa's talented woodwind quartet as they introduce preschool-aged children to the beat of the orchestra! Focused on fun and learning, Pied Piper Concerts offer children the opportunity to enjoy an up-close and personal chamber concert absolutely FREE!

LIVE Rapid Response History

5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

LIVE Rapid Response History - American Climate Policy from George HW Bush to Donald Trump

Sign Language Family Storytime

10:00 am - 10:26 am

n celebration of Deaf Awareness week, we are having a family storytime that will be translated into ASL (American Sign Language). UI professor AmyRuth McGraw and some of her ASL students will be reading some classic stories and translating with signage. This is a great opportunity to learn some simple phrases in sign language as well as share some great stories!

Preschool Storytime

10:30 am - 10:59 am

Stop by the library to celebrate national Tell a Fairy Tale Day with Casey and students from Regina. We will be getting a preview of their upcoming show, Beauty and the Beast.

Book Babies

11:00 am - 11:23 am

Preschool Storytime

11:30 am - 11:58 am

Stop by the children's department for a taste of the Music Together program led by teachers from Preucil School of Music. We will be participating in songs, rhymes and musical games geared for early learning and literacy.