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January "Connections" Newsletter

Click here to read the January 2019 "Connections."

Read our monthly "Connections" newsletter to learn about upcoming programs, book suggestions, outreach services, our Alexandria Branch's first birthday and more. Highlights:

  • Read our story about Susan Bucher of Bellevue, a patron who enjoys her visits from outreach librarian Diane Katz as well as giving back by being a regular contributor to our Drop Your Drawers campaign.
  • Our Alexandria Branch is celebrating its first birthday this month. To celebrate, read about how you can win a $100 Meijer gift card just by signing up for a library card or getting someone else to do so.
  • The City Barbeque Food for Thought series kicks off 6:30 pm Tuesday, Jan. 22, at our Cold Spring Branch and continues monthly through April.
  • Learn about Composting 101 from Jason Vaughn of Campbell County Cooperative Extension, 1:30 pm Wednesday, Jan. 23 at our Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch.
  • Signature Series returns 7 pm Friday, Jan. 18, at our Newport Branch as Falcon Theatre presents "The Common Man," selections from the book by Kentucky poet Maurice Manning. Free tickets required.
  • Read about all that and more in the January "Connections" newletter.

 

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December "Connections" Newsletter

Read the December "Connections" newsletter here.

It's a fun and festive holiday season at Campbell County Public Library.

See our staff's favorite book/DVD holiday characters in the December issue of "Connections." Other December highlights:

Read about all that and more in the December "Connections."

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November "Connections" Newsletter

Read the November "Connections" newsletter here.

The November "Connections" Newsletter gives you the scoop on two really cool programs starting this month. The first program is 30 Ways to Play, a month-long event in which you can earn prizes just for playing with your child. The second program is our holiday-season tradition, the fourth annual Drop Your Drawers campaign to provide underwear packages for local schools to supplement their emergency supplies. Also in this month's "Connections":

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