Wednesday, November 18 is a great day to celebrate why you love your library with High-Five a Librarian Day.
This day is the brainchild of Cincinnati librarian and EveryLibrary Artist-In-Residence Steve Kemble.
This day is easy to celebrate. Simply high-five any of our staffers on Wednesday, November 18, and share with them why you love your library and the work they do.
If you want to share your passion with your friends, say you’ll be there on Facebook.
Fist bumps are also welcome.
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This is Cam’s first ever holiday season here at the Library. He decided to celebrate with these super-fun activity sheets.
Next time you are in our Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch, stop by the children’s area to meet our branch pet, Fiddle.
This is a fun and easy craft. There is very little mess as this project needs no paint, and very little glue!
To create a one-of-a-kind Rudolph ornament, you will need the following materials:
- Clear glass or plastic ball ornament
- Shredded brown paper
- Red pom
- Wiggle eyes
- Brown pipe cleaner
- Yarn or string
- Dow rod for stuffing (optional)
Fill ornament with shredded brown paper, or try another color for a personalized effect.
Glue wiggle eyes and pom to the ornament. Exercise caution in this step as ornaments tend to break easily.
When working with younger crafters, make sure they don’t press down too hard on the eyes or nose.
Make antlers out of pipe cleaner. Cut a 12-inch pipe cleaner into one 6 inch piece and two 3 inch pieces.
Use the 6-inch piece as the “base” of the antlers and use the shorter segments to make the horns.
Make a hanger by tying a loop of yarn or string to the top of the ornament.
Oh, deer. You made a very cute ornament!
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Our resourceful and creative children’s librarians love a great bargain game. You can make the Witch Pitch yourself by following this easy DIY.
Follow Campbell County Public Library Kentucky’s board Crafty on Pinterest.
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According to the latest data from Kentucky Department of Education, an average of 44% Campbell County incoming kindergarteners were not ready for school.
We now have a Ntouch Videophone at all of our main branches. Ntouch, by SVRS®, empowers the deaf community to communicate with both deaf and hearing family, friends and business contacts using Video Relay Service (VRS).
This service, paid for by the government’s Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) fund, empowers you to place and receive calls with a professional American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter via a videophone or other compatible device and a high-speed internet connection.
One specially marked computer at each of our main branches has videophone software. Our Alexandria Branch does not provide access to Ntouch. Questions? Ask a information services assistant!