[Virtual] Evenings Upstairs: Hauntings of the Kentucky State Penitentiary & Other Chilling Tales

October 7 | 7:00pm

led by Steve Asher, Author & Paranormal Researcher  Thursday October 7, 2021, 7-8 PM    Hear the tales of executed killer Kelly Moss and the curse […]

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Wonder Time To-Go
September 28 | 9:00am
[Virtual] Story Time
September 28 | 10:00am
[Virtual] Exploring the Outdoors
September 29 | 4:00pm

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National Recovery Month

September 20th is National Addiction Professionals Day and is part of National Recovery Month. From Narcan to readings on harm reduction, McCracken County Public Library is glad to support our community’s health and wellbeing.   […]

Hispanic Heritage Month/El Mes de la Herencia Hispana 2021

National Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15–October 15, honors the traditions, culture and extraordinary contributions of Americans whose ancestors originate from Spain, Mexico and the Spanish-speaking nations of […]

Local and Family History Department Uploads New Online Black History Collections and Genealogy Video

The McCracken County Local and Family History Department has added new collections to the library’s online historical digital collections, along with a new video for […]

Emergency Broadband Benefit: Save Money on Digital Needs

Did you know that the Federal Communications Commission has created a new program to help bring internet and digital devices to homes across the nation? […]

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month!

Every year, the month of June honors the historical Stonewall riots at the Stonewall Inn in New York City in June of 1969, often considered […]

Mental Health Awareness Month: What to Read and More

Most people can say they experienced stress and anxiety in the last year. According to Mental Health America, “the number of people looking for help […]


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