Cimarron City Library offers several adult events and educational programs throughout the year.

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Knowledge @ Noon

Knowledge at Noon presentations will be held on the first Thursday of every month at Noon. We invite the public to attend each session free of charge. This year’s sessions will be held at a new location – the Gray County Over 50 Center, 221 S Main, Cimarron, KS.  The programs are designed to start at approximately 12:10 pm and conclude around 12: 50 pm.

Since the programming is held over the noon hour, attendees are invited to bring their lunch with tea, water, and a desert provided.  Or if you’d like a hot lunch, they are available from the Gray County Over 50 Center – suggested donation of $5.50 or $3.50 if over the age of 60.  If interested in a hot lunch, contact Marilyn by 1 PM at 620-855-3711 the day prior to the lesson.

The Knowledge at Noon Series is sponsored by the Gray County Extension Office, the Extension Family & Consumer Science Program Development Committee, & the Cimarron City Library.

2019-2020 Schedule: 

September 5:
Cemetery Tours: A Way to Learn About Local History
Presented by Sara McFarland, Cimarron City Library Reference Librarian

October 3:
Dynamic Aging: Simple Exercises for Whole Body Mobility
Presented by Sandi Coast

November 7:
Community Development: What’s Happening in Cimarron
Presented by Taylor Dye, Community Development Director, Cimarron, KS

December 5:
The Benefits of Cinnamon: From the Kitchen to Crafty Fun
Presented by Sharon Erickson-Fryback, KSRE Family & Consumer Sciences Agent

January 2:
Gluten and Your Gut’s Good Health
Presented by Sharon Erickson-Fryback, KSRE Family & Consumer Sciences Agent

February 6:
Life at the Dairy
Presented by Forget Me Not Farms of Cimarron, KS

March 5:
How to Eliminate Pesky Weeds & Pests from Your Yard
Presented by Kurt Werth, KSRE Agriculture Agent

April 2:
Antiquing Trends
Presented by Kay Vandergiesen, Remember When Antiques, Cimarron, KS

May 7:
Hot Health Topics — What We Need to Know
Presented by Rayna Maddox, RN, BS, KCEM, Gray County Health Officer