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We enjoyed a wonderful season of Arts and Culture. We plan to be back in 2017.
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Cold Spring Branch Manager Dave Anderson appeared on the FOX19 Morning Xtra on Friday morning to discuss books that are hitting screens right now.
Dave spoke with Frank Marzullo about three books that have recently made to jump to screens.
All three are available at your Campbell County Public Library.
Watch the segment below:
Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV
You might notice a fresh face next time you visit the Newport Branch. Amy Bruce has just joined our team as Adult/Teen Programmer.
Amy comes to Northern Kentucky from Martinsville, Indiana where’s she’s been working for nearby Monroe County Public Library for four years.
Amy had her eye on moving to this area for two years. She says she was attracted to the library systems and the unique geography of the area, “you can have country but be 10-15 minutes away from a huge city and all the amenities. So you get the best of both worlds.”
Amy holds a Bachelor’s in American History, with a minor in Medieval Studies from Indiana University. She can fence, but poorly. She is currently pursuing her Master’s of Library Science at IUPUI.
Amy is excited to plan programs for the Newport Branch’s teens, tweens and adults. She will shadow Adult/Teen Librarian Valerie Davis through March.
Amy plans to marry her long-time beau, Josh, this coming fall.
Gov. Matt Bevin
New Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has selected a Kentucky author’s forgotten children’s book as his all-time favorite. Read more
We love connecting you to big ideas wherever you are. Here are five ways you can make the most of your CCPL Library Card. Read more
Doc Hendley is proof that anyone, even a tattooed keg-tapper, can cure what ails the world. Read more
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This month in “Connections“:
What is “the good life” and does everyone have an equal chance to share in it?
Dr. Rachael Clark, an instructor in the Northern Kentucky University Department of Psychological Science, looks at residents in an impoverished community to examine hope
and the meaning of life.
Rachael will share her vision for and experiences with including every social class in her studies to improve the quality of life for all human beings.
She will discuss her team’s findings in “Project Hope & the Study of the Good Life” as the Six @ Six community lecture series begins its 2016 schedule at 6pm Wednesday, Feb. 3, at Carrico/Fort Thomas.
The Six @ Six Community Lecture Series is sponsored by Northern Kentucky University’s Scripps-Howard Center for Civic Engagement. Cost for each event is $6. Call 859-572-7847 or visit http://www.brownpapertickets.com/e/2321754 to buy tickets. Tickets are available at the door if the event isn’t sold out.