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May 19, 2020

What to Read: Mental Health Awareness Month

In 1949, Mental Health America (previously the National Association of Mental Health) established Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States during the month of May to […]

May 15, 2020

What To Play: Dungeons & Dragons Do’s & Don’ts

Published in 1974, Dungeons & Dragons is considered the original tabletop roleplaying game. While its popularity has varied since its publication, the game has recently […]

May 12, 2020

Home Brewing: From Grains to Glass

McCracken County Public Library presents a talk on the art of home brewing led by Tom Knight! Knight is a homebrewer with 15 years of […]

May 6, 2020

What to Read: Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

In the United States, the month of May represents Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in honor of the first immigrants of Japanese descent and their arrival to […]

May 4, 2020

Legal Aid for Your Legal Needs During COVID-19

In case you missed the live event, you can watch this MCLIB Live presentation below or on our YouTube channel. Attorney Catherine Fuller discusses services […]

15 Kids’ Novels Every Adult Should Read (or Re-Read)

Of course, children’s novels were written to appeal to children. But one should not forget that children’s fiction is written and published by grown ups. […]

April 30, 2020

What to Read: Multi-Cultural Romance

One of the hottest trends in romance/women’s fiction is multi-cultural romance.  More writers of color are entering the market than ever before and are publishing some really […]

April 29, 2020

What To Read: Short Cures for a Reading Slump

Sometimes life gets crazy and reading habits fall by the wayside. Sometimes it’s just been a while since you found a good book to sit […]

April 28, 2020

Sign Up Now for Interactive Story Times in May

Interact with your favorite Story Time friends online! Join a virtual story time with Ms. Nicole, Brary Bear, Dr. Duck, Lady Dragon, and Ms. Michelle! […]

50 @ 555 : A Timeline of the Library’s Last 50 Years

As the library celebrates the 50th Anniversary of our current building, we’ve compiled a little history of the programs, services, and people that have been […]