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

Book Club Corner
Adult Summer Reading
Recipe Swap
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.

2018-2019 Schedule: 

September 6th:  The Opioid Crisis: What You Need To Know – The misuse of opioids is a national crisis that is putting millions of lives at risk! Presented by Sharon Erickson Fryback, FCS Extension Agent

October 4th:  The Kansas’ Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program – a resident-centered program designed to advocate for the civil & human rights of individuals in long term care facilities and give a voice to those who might otherwise go unheard.  Presented by Jan Scoggins, Ombudsman

November 1st:  Medicare and You: Education on deadlines, pitfalls to avoid, how to choose the best plan for you, changes and updates and quite a bit more in between.  Presented by Cortney Dale of Sunflower Senior Solutions

December 6th:  Holiday and Festive Fun – Come learn how to make a fun and cute snowman out of socks and enjoy some festive treats to start off the Holiday season with fun.  Presented by Sharon Erickson Fryback and Sara McFarland

January 3rd:  Elder Abuse and Neglect – What You Should Know — No one is immune to elder abuse.  It can happen to anyone, at any time, and anywhere.  Presented by Sharon Erickson Fryback, FCS Extension Agent

February 7th:  Dynamic Aging: Simple Exercises for Whole Body Mobility — Stretches for improving your balance and for better walking.  Presented by Sandi Coast

March 7th:  Gardening tips from a local Master Gardener – TBA

April 4th:  Health Related Topic – TBA

May 2nd:  Our Soldier Dead: what we can learn from the Cemetery — In this program, we will explore the history of Cimarron’s veterans from the Civil War to the present by searching through cemetery records, newspapers and various genealogical sources.  Presented by Sara McFarland, Research Librarian, Cimarron City Library