Partnerships develop strong communities. At the LCPL we are proud to have established partnerships with the following organizations: Lawrence County Extension Office Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Blaine Community Center Blaine Elementary School Fallsburg Elementary School Louisa East Elementary School Louisa West Elementary School Lawrence County High School Trinity Christian Academy North East Head Start Louisa East Elementary Resource … Continue reading
What is geocaching? Geocaching is real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. Most geocachers participate for the thrill of the hunt with no contest involved. This is perfectly fine, in fact we welcome all treasure hunters!! However, our … Continue reading
We now have a guitar pick punch! Bring old gift cards or any type of thin plastic to the library to make your picks. They can even be used to make jewelry. The possibilities are endless!
Our 2015 Summer Reading Contest Winners were: Kids: Kayla Ham Teens: Bridget Binion Adult: Misty Caldwell Join us next summer for another chance to win. Congrats to the winners and keep reading!
Thank you to our LCPL Summer Interns! We had 13 teen volunteers ages 13-18 in our first ever summer internship program. This group provided us with over 250 service hours this summer. Certificates and letters of recognition were given to each student to be used for scholarship or college applications. The program was coordinated by LCPL Children’s Librarian, Deanna Farris. Standing: … Continue reading
The Pinterest Monday craft is painted rock art. The library will provide all supplies. Join us in the library meeting room at 2:00 p.m.
The Pinterest Monday project for July 6 will be summer star plaques. The library will provide all supplies.
Stop by for a movie and some popcorn in the meeting room! We’ll be showing The Spongebob Movie: A Sponge Out of Water.
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.