All Aboard: The Kirkwood City Blog
By: Courtney Flesch on March 4, 2015
The Kirkwood Public Library will be hosting an art reception for Susan Zimmerman on Friday March 6th from 5:30-6:30pm. Zimmerman is a local artist currently hosting her “Light through a Window” collection in the library’s art gallery located in the computer lab. This is a non-manipulated photographic collection capturing different stages of the life of a ceramic vessel utilizing only the sun to highlight atmosphere and form through shadow and light. Find books on art by visiting the library’s catalog.
Also see art at the Kirkwood Train Station sponsored by the Kirkwood Arts Commission to see a full schedule of 2015 artists visit here. The next reception will be Thursday March 5th at 5:30pm for Fred Baugh who works in photography.
At the Kirkwood Community Center on Saturday March 7th and Sunday March 8th from 10am to 4pm visit the St. Louis Artist’s Boutique. It is their 50th anniversary to learn more visit their website at artistboutique.org.
Interested in displaying your own art? The library will be accepting applications from local artist from now through Friday May 1, 2015 for the August 2015-August 2016 display period. The library accepts physical or electronic portfolios. For more details and instructions about the submission process please visit our website or call (314) 821-5770 ext. 1012.
Courtney Flesch is the Stack Maintenance, Teen, & IT Manager and is currently reading The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd. Visit your Kirkwood Public Library at 140 E. Jefferson Avenue, or call us at 821-5770. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
By: Courtney Flesch on February 11, 2015
Downtown Kirkwood is hosting Kirkwood Loves You Back, a fun way to explore our local businesses and win prizes! Stop in to any of the 14 area locations to enter for your chance to win a $25 Downtown Kirkwood gift … Continue reading
By: Courtney Flesch on February 7, 2015
The interior of Your Kirkwood Public Library will be getting a face-lift this winter! The Fiction area on the main floor has been painted, and the lower level youth services area is currently getting touched up. Next up will be … Continue reading
By: Beth von Behren on January 23, 2015
The Kirkwood Human Rights Commission will once again hold an Essay Contest for high school students who are juniors during the 2014-2015 school year and enrolled at Kirkwood High School, Vianney High School, Ursuline Academy, or any 11th-grade Kirkwood resident … Continue reading
By: Courtney Flesch on January 14, 2015
With the New Year upon us, a lot of us have resolutions on our minds and things we want to accomplish this year. If one of your resolutions has to do with keeping up with changes in technology, discovering new … Continue reading
By: Courtney Flesch on January 11, 2015
January is National Blood Donor Month. If you are eligible to give blood now is a great time to do it. Some interesting facts about blood include: More than 4.5 million patients need blood transfusions in the U.S. and Canada … Continue reading
By: Courtney Flesch on December 20, 2014
It’s a busy time of year, so be sure to mark your calendars for these exciting upcoming events: For some Christmas cheer before the big day, strap on the ice skates and come Skate With Santa! Santa is coming to … Continue reading
By: Courtney Flesch on December 14, 2014
Santa’s elves are extra busy this time of year. Aside from making presents, did you know that they are working hard to help you and avoid fines at the library? Here are the top 5 reasons you should sign up … Continue reading
By: Beth von Behren on December 1, 2014
Stuck Indoors? Check out these FUN family events coming up in Kirkwood. by Chelsea Bedley Winter is here, which means it’s getting cold and snowy, making it harder to send the kids outside to play. If you’re beginning to feel … Continue reading
By: Courtney Flesch on November 26, 2014
Make it a family book night with Kirkwood Public Library. We now have Family Book Club Kits available on our book caboose. Inside each kit find a selection of reading materials for all ages from child to adult on a … Continue reading