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.
We’re making felt flowers. The library will provide all supplies.
Library Surplus Sale Where: LCPL Meeting Room When: May 6, 2015, Wednesday @ 1:00-3:00 p.m. Dell, Acer, HP Desktop Computers: Starting Bid $50 Desk Chairs: Starting Bid $25 Sealed bids will be taken day of event only. Items will go to highest bid(s). Items may be bid on individually or as a group. 15 computers and 15 chairs. Dell Computer Specs: Vista, … Continue reading
Tickets are now available for the DAR quilt raffle. The queen sized quilt is a rosebud pattern. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00. All proceeds go to the DAR scholarship fund. The drawing will be June 12.
Stop in Saturday (4/18) for a fun family craft in the library meeting room. We’ll be making fingerprint family trees. The library will furnish all supplies. All ages welcome.
In honor of National Library Week the library board of trustees hosted a reception on April 14 to present certificates of recognition from the Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives to those with long standing library service. The certificates were presented to former director Mary McGuire and the families of late board members Bill Copley and Bill John Sparks. The reception … Continue reading
The Paramount Arts Center in partnership with the LCPL visited Blaine and Fallsburg schools this month to celebrate the Big Read program. This year’s chosen book was The Great Gatsby. The mini-units provided information on the 1920’s including teaching the children how to dance Charleston style. Photo: Alexanderia Boggs (BES) and dance instructor Hannah Lutz