Ring in 2020 with your little ones at our Cold Spring Branch and Newport Branch on Saturday, Dec. 28. Read more
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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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Help your child build early literacy skills at our Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch’s Story Time Stars. Read more
Our Drop Your Drawers campaign provides clean underwear and socks to public schools in Campbell County, meeting a crucial need for Family Resource Centers’ emergency supplies.
This November, children and teens can create their own comic strip for the chance to win an autographed copy of Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild and other books. Read more
Telling A People’s Story is the first major museum exhibition devoted to art found within the pages of African-American children’s picture books. View it now at our Newport Branch. Read more
Halloween is right around the corner. If you still need a costume, we have 31 book-tacular ones to suggest. Read more
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:
- The library’s Annual Report to the Community gives a mid-point update to our Five-Year Strategic Plan.
- Go Camping with the Library at A.J. Jolly Park.
- The Cincinnati Museum Center presents “Bats” at Cold Spring.
- “Lilac Girls” author Martha Hall Kelly is coming to Carrico/Fort Thomas as part of our Signature Series.
- Dance your way to fitness with Geek Your Health: “Stranger Things” ’80s Dance Fitness at Newport.
- At Alexandria, kids can enjoy Pumpkin Painting, Friday, Oct. 25 (Grades 1-5) and Saturday, Oct. 26 (12 & under).
- Enjoy a special Story Time in the Park, 11 am Friday, Oct. 11 at Tower Park Amphitheater.
- Read all this and more in the October “Connections.”
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