Connections, the Library’s Newsletter

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November "Connections" Newsletter

Big news and big events highlight our November "Connections" newsletter.

Click here to see the November Connections Newsletter.

Some highlights:

  • The Library signed a five-year lease for a 3,000-foot space at 8333 Alexandria Pike that will become our Alexandria Branch in January 2018.
  •  For the third holiday season in a row, our Drop Your Drawers campaign aims to benefit Campbell County school children.
  •  Author Luke Dittrich discusses his book Patient H.M.: A Story of Memory, Madness & Family Secrets at 7 pm Friday, Nov. 3 at Carrico/Fort Thomas, as part of our Signature Series.
  •  Make a difference for families affected by natural disasters this fall with Care Packages for Disaster Relief, 1 pm Saturday, Nov. 11 at Newport.
  •  Young wizards and witches, be sure to register for our Harry Potter Bash, 1 pm Monday, Nov. 20 at Newport.

Read the entire "Connections" newsletter here.

 


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October "Connections" Newsletter

Click here to see the October "Connections" Newsletter.

Get in the spirit of the season with Halloween-themed events this October. Read all about them in the October "Connections" newsletter, plus much more, including:

 

 

 


September "Connections" Newsletter

See the September "Connections" newsletter here.

Check out the September "Connections" newsletter to learn about about upcoming programs, book suggestions and more. Some highlights:

  • Call it a "Bluegrass Two-Step" as the Signature Series presents two great musical acts at Newport. On Friday, Sept. 8 enjoy Danny Paisley and The Southern Grass. On Friday, Oct. 6, the Trinity River Band performs. Both shows are at 7 pm. Free tickets are required for both performances, separately.
  •  The 2017 Danny Miller Memorial Let's Talk About It Lecture Series begins at 6:30 pm on two Tuesdays at Cold Spring this month, with literary discussions led by Northern Kentucky University faculty members. On Sept. 12, Dr. Parmita Kapadia discusses Amulya Mallardi's The Mango Season. On Sept. 26, Faith Benson discusses Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. Registration is required.
  • See the evolution of the Disney Princess at the Disney Princess Marathon, 10 am-4 pm Saturday, Sept. 16 at Carrico/Fort Thomas. We will watch the first Disney princess movie, followed by the princess who revived the genre and finish with the most modern of the Disney princesses. Come in for one or all. We will have a Make Your Own Snack Bar and simple princess crafts to enjoy as well. No need to register.
  • Find bargains at YART: The Yard Art Sale 11 am-4 pm Saturday, Sept. 16 at the Newport Branch. Enjoy a wide variety of artwork featuring the work of more than 30 local artists and everything is $30 or less. No need to register
  • Read about all this and more in the September "Connections" here.

 


August "Connections" Newsletter

See the August "Connections" here.

Read about upcoming programs, new services, book suggestions and more in this month's issue of "Connections."

Some highlights:

  • The Spotlight Series, at 7 pm on Thursdays (Aug. 3, 17 & 31), will present thoughtful discussion, entertainment and even some great food.
  • Need tech help? Library staff members specialize in helping you with one-on-one technical training.
  • Help save a life at the Hoxworth Blood Drive, Aug. 23 at Cold Spring.
  • Teens can help design and build a Rube Goldberg machine on Aug. 16 & 23 at Carrico/Fort Thomas.
  • Test your knowledge at Library Trivia, 6 pm Monday, Aug. 28 at Newport.

Read these articles and more in the August "Connections."

 


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July "Connections" Newsletter

See the July edition of "Connections" here.

Summer Reading is in full swing, so read all about what's going on at the library in the July issue of "Connections."

Some highlights:

See more great July events in "Connections."

 


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