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July 13, 2020

National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

The US House of Representatives announced July as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in 2008. Bebe Moore Campbell, who passed in […]

July 7, 2020

What to Read: YA Edition

What are your summer reads? Teen volunteer Caroline has volunteered some reviews of YA books available through the Libby App. If you are looking for […]

June 3, 2020

Black Lives Matter: A Resource Guide

As a public library, our mission is to empower our community with knowledge and “treat our patrons and each other with respect, dignity and kindness.” […]

June 1, 2020

What To Watch, Read, or Listen To: LGBTQ+ Pride Month

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 […]

May 28, 2020

What to Read: Tomato Edition

Summer in Kentucky is the time for fresh tomatoes – ripe, juicy and bursting with flavor. Whether you are a beginner or a master tomato […]

May 21, 2020

What to Read: Get Outdoors

As spring turns into summer, many of us are feeling the desire to get outside and enjoy some outdoor recreational activities. Here are a few […]

May 19, 2020

What to Read: Kentucky Authors

Kentucky is home to some of the world’s most fascinating writers. Acquaint yourself with Kentucky’s diverse literature with these staff picks. Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A […]

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 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

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. […]