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Read all about the Summer Reading grand finale and Art After Hours in the July issue of "Connections," our monthly newsletter. Art After Hours showcases the works of a diverse collection of local artists, including the designers at Fort Thomas Florist & Greenhouses, which provides florals for the event. The event is 7-9 p.m. Friday, July 27, at our Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch. More highlights from the July issue:
- Two new book clubs debut in July. At 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 11, Coffee & Conversation meets at Carrico/Fort Thomas, with a discussion of "The Burgess Boys" by Elizabeth Strout. Coffee & Conversation will meet the second Wednesday of each month. At 4:30 p.m. Thursday, July 19, our newest book club arrives at our newest branch as the Alexandria Book Club debuts with a discussion of "Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore" by Robin Sloan. The club will meet the third Thursday each month.
- Solve a mystery and Escape from the Library, Saturday, July 14 at Cold Spring.
- Enjoy Late Night Star Gazing with the Cincinnati Observatory, along with a screening of "Apollo 13," Friday evening, July 20 at Newport.
- It's Family Fun Night: Harry Potter Birthday Bash, Thursday, July 26, at Newport.
Read about those and much more in the July "Connections."
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Read all about a special exhibit at our Newport Branch, "Lineillism Revealed," that honors the life and works of local artist Jim Hall. The exhibition begins with an Opening Reception on Friday, May 18, and runs during special hours through June 22.
Other highlights for a busy May include:
- The Arts & Culture Series continues at our Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch with two special performances: Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra presents Summer of Love on May 4; and the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra presents the Covington Devou Doo Daddies on May 25.
- At our Newport Branch, the Early Childhood Literacy Fair, 10 am-noon Friday, May 5, provides a morning of information and fun, in which young ones can get free developmental and vision screenings, play, read and meet Batman!
- The Regional History Series continues at our Newport Branch with two compelling discussions. On Thursday, May 10, Dr. Christopher Phillips discusses Kentucky's Private Civil War; and on Thursday, May 31, Kentucky State Historian James C. Klotter examines Kentucky's Settlement and Statehood.
- At our Alexandria Branch, enjoy a family movie afternoon with a screening of "Ferdinand" at noon Saturday, May 12.
Read about those events and much more in the May edition of "Connections" here.