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March "Connections" Newsletter

Read the March "Connections" here.

Read about the March 24 Signature Series event at Newport as journalist Kelsey Timmerman discusses his book "Where Am I Eating? An Adventure Through the Global Food Economy."

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February "Connections" Newsletter

Read about how Kacie Leavell used the library to help achieve her dream of launching a nonprofit and how your generosity helped make the Drop Your Drawers campaign a rousing success. Also this month in Connections:

  • Homeschool STEAM Blast debuts for teens and STEM Girls debuts for 1st-5th graders @ Cold Spring.
  • Learn about, and from, the Greatest Generation as author Adam Makos discusses legendary stories from World War II and beyond as part of our Signature Series @ Carrico/Fort Thomas.
  •  Read about "Being the Best You" a three-part interactive lecture series in February @ Newport.
  •  Is Justice Blind? Race, Class & Our Criminal Justice System will be discussed @ Newport.

January "Connections" Newsletter

Learn about two new graphic novel features, meet the library patrons who will be part of our next Signature Series and check out our list of January programs.

This month in "Connections":

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  • Graphic novel enthusiasts, we have two great new features for you. You've Been Booked (formerly Spoiler Alert), our YA Book Club, will spotlight graphic novels January-June. In addition, the Library is teaming with ComicsPlus: Library Edition, an online resource that lets you enjoy thousands of titles.
  • Meet the library patrons who will be part of our next Signature Series, the Falcon Theatre production of Rafting Rise at 7 pm Friday, Jan. 20 @ Newport.
  • Start your new year off right with New Year, New You, three programs @ Cold Spring that will help you shop and eat smart, get fit with Zumba and get organized.

December "Connections" Newsletter

This month in "Connections":

  • Learn about how our AWE computers provide literacy-based games for young children, even ones who can't yet read.
  •  It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and we will have 30 holiday-themed programs at the Library in December to celebrate, including The Children's Theatre's production of A Christmas Carol, a Gingerbread House Party and Holiday Music with Belltastic! and the Highlands Middle School 8th Grade Strings Orchestra.
  • Planning a holiday-themed movie night? Check out Library staff's picks for favorite holiday DVDs.

November "Connections" Newsletter

This month in "Connections":

  •  Drop Your Drawers promises to be even bigger and better in providing new underwear for children in need at Campbell County elementary schools, with author and illustrator Dav Pilkey's "Captain Underpants" leading the way.
  • Read about how Chess Club at Carrico/Fort Thomas gives young players the opportunity to learn from a master through Cris Collinsworth's ProScan Fund.
  •  Special events for young and old will celebrate all things Harry Potter in November as we get ready for the release of J.K. Rowling's "Fantastic Beasts."
  •  Expand your horizons by learning T'ai Chi or becoming a barista.
  •  Super Kids can become superheroes for a day at Newport.
    Read about all about a busy November at the Library here.

 



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