Category Archives: Library Programs

Bear Sees Colors at Kansas Reads to Preschoolers

Learn about all the colors around you with the State Farm Good Neighbear at the Coffeyville Public Library on Tuesday, November 15th at 6:00 as the Children’s Department reads Karma Wilson’s book Bear Sees Colors in celebration of Kansas Reads to Preschooler’s month. There will be games, treats and fun for the whole cover

Check out what’s on the schedule for Preschool Storytime in November



Did you know …

  • About 1 in 3 adults has Hypertension (high blood pressure) ?

  • Blood pressure tends to rise with age?

  • High Blood pressure itself presents no symptoms?

  • Left untreated, it can damage the heart, blood vessels, kidneys, and other parts of the body?

Learning about the disease and how to manage high blood pressure can prevent problems caused by high blood pressure and decrease hospitalizations.

Join the Low Vision Support group as Angels Care Home Health comes to the Library  on Tuesday, Oct 16th at 11:00 am.


Light Step Program Addresses Neuropathy

Coffeyville Public Library welcomes Jake Carpenter from Angels Care Home Health to present his “Light Step Program”.  The event will take place at 11:00 this Tuesday, August 21, in the Coffeyville Public Library Community Room.

The Light Step Program is an in-service which will educate the audience on issues related to diabetic neuropathy.  The program will address the different types of nerve pain and causes.  We will discuss how to slow the progression of neuropathy.  Neuropathy’s potential complications and warning signs to look for will be included in the presentation.  Jake will answer the question “What is Anodyne Therapy and how can it help me?”