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Tower Tuesdays will return summer 2020. Check back here for the most up-to-date information. View last summer’s schedule to get an idea of what fun activities we have at Tower Tuesdays!
When & Where
Tower Tuesdays are at 10 am on Tuesdays in June and July. The events take place at the Tower Park amphitheater in Fort Thomas, Ky.
In case of rain, the event will be at the Tower Park gymnasium.
Thank you for another great summer! Jolly Thursdays will return in summer 2020. We will update this page periodically with new information.
When & Where
Jolly Thursdays are at 10 am every Thursday in June and July, with the exception of July 4. The events take place at A.J. Jolly Park’s Stapleton Pavilion in Alexandria, Ky.
In case of rain, please check back here or our social media channels for the rain location.
Jolly Thursdays are made possible with the help of the Campbell County Parks & Recreation Department and the Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service.
In addition to Jolly Thursdays, join us at Tower Park in Fort Thomas for Tower Tuesdays! Events in 2019 included the Cincinnati Museum Center, a special Mascot Day, Touch-a-Truck and more.
Learn how you can win a “Magic Tree House” prize pack that includes the first eight books in the series and two National Geographic STEM kits. Read more
Summer Reading was a home run for 17 young Campbell County Public Library readers on Wednesday, Aug. 3, at the Florence Freedom game. Read more
Our record-breaking second season of Jolly Thursdays has come to a close. Read more
The Library is proud to present our 2016 Five-Year Strategic plan, which is a roadmap that identifies the Library’s future goals. Read more
At the Fort Thomas City Council meeting on Monday, our parade float, featuring an inflatable version of our mascot, Cam, won second place in the category of Most Original. Read more
Thanks to our popular Summer Reading program, Campbell County kids are reading up a storm. Read more
Woodturning artist Jerry Warner is a native of Louisiana, but he views his craft the way a famous Alabama-born movie character looks at life. Read more