February “Connections” Newsletter

Read about upcoming programs, book suggestions, library news and more in this month’s “Connections” newsletter.

Highlights from the February issue include:

  • In recognition of Black History Month, Dr. Eric Jackson of Northern Kentucky University’s History and Geography Department will discuss “The Meaning of Freedom: The Underground Railroad from a Regional and Local Perspective” at our Cold Spring Branch on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
  • Join us as we welcome chef Edward Lee to our Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch on Friday, Feb. 7. Khora, his Cincinnati restaurant opening this spring, was recently listed as one of Vogue’s most anticipated restaurant openings of 2020. 
  • Stop by our Cold Spring Branch on Thursday, Feb.27, to celebrate Dog Man, the crime-biting canine who is part dog and part man. The Dog Man Party will begin with a demonstration from the Highland Heights Police Department’s K-9 Unit.
  • Enjoy snacks and a play area for younger children during a screening of Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out at our Newport Branch on Thursday, Feb. 13.
  • Teens and tweens can test their chess skills during our Alexandria Branch’s Chess Tournament on Thursday, Feb. 6.
  • Thanks to a grant from The Yiddish Book Center, we’re proud to present Coming to America: Reading Groups for Public Libraries. The series will begin with a discussion of Motl the Cantor’s Son by Sholem Aleichem at our Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch on Tuesday, Feb. 25.

Read about these and more in the February issue of “Connections”.

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