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December ‘Connections’ Newsletter

Read the December “Connections” newsletter here.

Janet Shipp retired from her job in Covington almost a year ago and immediately jumped in to her lifelong love of libraries as a volulnteer at the Newport branch. Read all about Janet in this month’s “Connections” newsletter. Also in the December issue:

  • NKU professor Jonathan Cullick joins the library’s Board of Trustees.
  • Dr. Tonya Krouse of the NKU English Department discusses Ta-Nehisi Coates’ “Between the World and Me” in the final session of The 2019 Danny Miller Memorial “Let’s Talk About It” Lecture Series concludes at Cold Spring.
  • Let your young ones enjoy the spirit of the season at Jingle Babies at Carrico/Fort Thomas.
  • Check out the music, snacks and fun at Holiday Open House at Cold Spring and Carrico/Fort Thomas on Saturday, Dec. 7, and at Newport and Alexandria on Saturday, Dec. 14.
  • Ring in 2020 early, family style, on Saturday, Dec. 28 at Cold Spring and Newport.

Read about all that and more in the December issue of “Connections”.

 

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November “Connections” Newsletter

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In the spirit of Thanksgiving, the November “Connections” newsletter pays special tribute to the spirit of giving. Read more

October ‘Connections’ Newsletter

See the October 2019 “Connections” newsletter here.

In the October issue of our “Connections” newsletter, read all about two important exhibitions starting this month: Her Story Must Be Told: Women’s Voices from the Holocaust, Oct. 1-31 at Carrico/Fort Thomas; and Telling a People’s Story, Oct. 16-Dec. 3 at Newport. Also in the October newsletter:

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September ‘Connections’ newsletter

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Read all about an awesome new program to the library as we introduce “Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library: Campbell County, Kentucky.” This partnership with Campbell County schools and the Dolly Parton Foundation will give you the opportunity to sign your child up to receive a free new book in the mail each month until age 5.

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Sign comes down; commitment to southern Campbell County stands firm

For several years, a sign pointing to the “Future Site of Campbell County Public Library” has been visible from US 27 near Parkside south of Alexandria. The Library has no immediate plans to pursue construction of the new library, and a decision was made to take the sign down this week.

“Having a sign up implies construction might start soon, and that is confusing since there are no plans to move forward with a new library at this time,” said JC Morgan, director of the library. “The sign had become worn and the expense of replacing it, when no immediate plans are in place, did not seem wise,” he said.

The Library is exploring ways to provide some library services in southern Campbell County but no decisions have been made as to location or what services would be offered.

For now, the Library still owns the land at US 27 and Parkside and fundraising for a new library continues in the hope that one day, a new library building with full-service operations will be possible.

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