Next time you are in our Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch, stop by the children’s area to meet our branch pet, Fiddle.
Category Archives: Library Love
Come to the Carrico Branch for your chance to meet the authors of some beloved children’s titles. Read more
With their energetic mix of bluegrass and gospel music, Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers move audiences to stomp their feet, raise a cheer and even shed a tear. Read more
In 2012, our board approved mission and vision statements. These statements serve as guideposts in our quest to provide you the best possible library services. Read more
All this year, we’ve had the pleasure of receiving library haikus via our Twitter page from local mom and NKU grad, Amanda Ciani.
Amanda tweets about her parenting adventures in haikus, at https://twitter.com/HaikuCiani/
Here are some of the ones we’ve received. Thank you for sharing your library love, Amanda!
More Library Love
More than 1,000 people took the time to fill out our Long Range Plan Survey. We appreciate your feedback. We are looking forward to combing through your responses to get a picture of how you see the library of the future.
Six lucky patrons were randomly selected to win Target gift cards for their participation. The library has contacted those individuals.
Congratulations and thank you to all who participated in our survey.
Summer is over but that doesn’t mean the fun is! Cam has some fresh activity sheets celebrating back to school and fall. Read more
There’s more great events than ever at Campbell County Public Library and more people than ever attending them. Now there’s more space for it all! After six months of planning and renovation to the lower floor of the Newport Branch, our spacious new Presidents Room is complete.
“It’s more state-of-the-art than our other meeting rooms,” said Assistant Director and Newport Branch Manager Chantelle Bentley Phillips, citing a projector, big-screen monitor, speakers and a second television that will simultaneously show what’s on the projector. “So for people who are in the back, that will be great,” she added.
The space will be a good fit for programs such as the Regional History Series, and several groups are already scheduled to use it. The new space will also allow the Library to host traveling exhibits by the American Library Association and the Smithsonian.
The space’s double doors will allow exhibitors to easily move valuable items in and out, while its enhanced security will keep them safe.
More Community News
On Wednesday, Sept. 23, the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) will facilitate three community listening sessions to begin developing a long-range plan for the Library. Read more