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Olathe Public Library – Summer 2018 Reading Program posted on May 24th, 2018

This summer’s reading program theme is “Libraries Rock!”  Get ready to rock out, get groovy and have some fun at the library this summer.  A variety of fun activities are planned for kids going into 5th grade and younger.  English   Spanish

Summer Computer Camp – Youth Tech Inc. posted on April 18th, 2018

Youth Tech Inc. offers students ages 6-17 summer technology courses including animation, web design, application design, graphic design, movie makers, robotics-battle bots, and more!  Space is limited.  Five Johnson County locations are offered. 

Wonders of Discovery – Pollinator Prairie posted on April 16th, 2018

The Pollinator Prairie is hosting a FREE family-friendly event on June 22, 9am-2pm at 320 S. Blake St. in Olathe.  The even is open to the public at the garden in Olathe in conjunction with National Pollinator Week.  Activities include:  Caterpillar Petting Zoo, Bat Exhibit, Caterpillar and Butterfly Exhibits, Bird of Pray Exhibit, Native Bees vs Honey Bees, Building Native Bee Houses, Bringing Nature Home, “Get Your Fingers in the Dirt,” Arts and Crafts, and much more. 

2018 STEM Summer Camps posted on March 22nd, 2018

This summer, Kansas State University’s Olathe campus and the KU Edwards Campus are teaming up to offer multiple STEM-based camps for middle school students.  Camps support math and science in a fun and safe environment and are geared for students entering 6th grade and leaving the 8th grade.  On the flyer click on K-State Olathe summer camps or KU Edwards summer camps for registration information. 

JCCC – Driver Education – Summer 2018 posted on March 8th, 2018

Seeking driver education training that fits your busy summer schedule?  New courses start each week throughout summer. 

JCCC Summer Youth Enrichment Program 2018 posted on March 1st, 2018

Families seeking enrichment opportunities for their students entering grades 6-12 benefit from a wide variety of offerings at Johnson County Community College this summer.  Registration has begun and courses typically fill quickly.