[Virtual] McLib Live : Community Coronavirus Update

August 19 | 3:00pm

Led by Dr. Brad Housman,  Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Baptist Health Paducah A Paducah native, Dr Housman attended University of Kentucky Medical […]

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[Virtual] Nature Kids
August 15 | 10:00am
libraries lead with digital skills
[Virtual] Google Slides class
August 18 | 11:00am

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Lincoln High School Class Photo, Circa 1899 (Hattie Brown Collection, McCracken County Public Library)
Black History and Genealogy Resource Guide

August 8th is a time of celebration, remembrance, and fellowship within Paducah and the surrounding area. While the specific day has numerous origin stories, the week surrounding the date remains a moment to reflect […]

Libraries Lead With Digital Skills

The library will have a two-week run of computer classes starting July 20th. The classes will be offered on Zoom. They’ll be recorded and put […]

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 […]

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 […]

Let’s Get Crafty!

Want to get crafty with us from your home? Feel like getting creative and making something? We’ve got you covered! We have tons of tutorials […]

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.” […]


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