Check out this Levisa Lazer article regarding our Summer Reading Program and our pilot program in the Blaine community. We have experienced tremendous turnout and hope to offer more in the future. Thank you to the Blaine citizens for supporting our efforts! Levisa Lazer Article
Per the Kentucky Historical Society, the Historymobile visit will be rescheduled from July 8 for the fall due to needed repairs. Check the library’s website and Facebook page for more information.
We’re making wood picture transfers. Please bring a wallet size photo.
We’re making button tree canvas art. The library will provide all supplies.
LCPL Teen Week will run July 13-the 16th Ages: 10-19 Daily Schedule: Monday, July 13th: All activities at Blaine on Monday only. Comic book exchange day. Also, Greek Gods and Goddesses discussion with mini clay sculpture project. Tuesday, July 14th: Free Comic Book Day. Participants need to bring any comics they would like to exchange for new ones. The library will … Continue reading
The Summer Reading Program schedule is now available at the link below. http://lcplky.org/kids/summer-reading-program/
The Lawrence County Public Library and the Lawrence County Extension Office are kicking off a seed library partnership on July 8. The event will be hosted at the library. The organizations will provide seeds for fall planting and answer any gardening questions patrons have. Feel free to bring any additional seeds you’d like to exchange. The event will run from … Continue reading
The LCPL is proud to offer the Kentucky Historical Society’s HistoryMobile to our community this summer! Scholarship meets the graphic novel. That describes “Torn Within and Threatened Without: Kentuckians in the Civil War,” the current exhibit in the HistoryMobile. The exhibit visually engages visitors. Artifacts allow them to touch the past and interactive components let them step into the historical … Continue reading
We are celebrating the 96th annual Children’s Book Week! This is the longest running national literacy initiative in the country. Stop at the library front desk for one free children’s book. (While supplies last).
We’re making fabric owls. The library will provide all supplies.