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LFPL 5h
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We love to partner with educators!
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LFPL 6h
STEAM Storytime, at our Highlands/Shelby Park branch, begins tomorrow at 4pm! Join us for stories and activities that explore a science, technology, engineering, art or math theme! Snacks are provided for this program geared for ages 3-8.
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LFPL 7h
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LFPL 7h
LFPL is proud to join other Louisville cultural institutions in celebrating the 150th birthday of Louisville's own sculptor Enid Yandell this year. Join us at on March 31st to celebrate her hometown hero banner and the Interwoven exhibit!
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LFPL 9h
Middle school girls, ages 11-14, are invited to explore and design model structures, catapults, stomp rockets and racers at Iroquois' STEM Playground for Girls! The fun begins this Saturday at 10:30am. Please call 502-574-1720 to reserve your space!
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LFPL Mar 18
Lemonade Day University teaches the power and simplicity of entrepreneurship to elementary-aged kids through the creation of a lemonade stand. Call to sign up!
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LFPL Mar 18
WEDNESDAY, 6:30 P.M. SOUTH CENTRAL LIBRARY Enjoy a bilingual storytime read by Evan & Vanessa PLUS a unique musical performance intertwining an original story with sound effects. Kids, get ready to take to the stage and sing your very own song with Evan & Vanessa!
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Actors Theatre Mar 18
Shoutout to partner ! Check out the reading list for each festival show: . AND be sure to snag a sweet bookmark from our Box Office or any LFPL branch!
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LFPL Mar 18
You are invited to celebrate the grand opening on the Kentucky History Room at the Main Library on Tues. 3/19 at 6-7:30p.m. Hear authors & , enjoy catered refreshments & learn about free history resources available at the Library.
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LFPL Mar 16
Our Preschool Jamboree for preschoolers and their families is one week away! Visit Honey Hill Farm's mobile petting zoo, meet the pig from If you Give a Pig a Pancake, and enjoy other hands-on farm fun, crafts, and activities! We hope to see you at Southwest, next Sat. @ 10am.
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LFPL Mar 16
The Main branch is hosting a Lego Club for children ages 3-8 and you are invited! Join us for Lego fun this morning, beginning at 10am! Location: Main Library
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American Library Association Mar 15
Black Superhero Showcase: In honor of in February, 's Portland branch held an all-ages event with screenings, games and activities celebrating black superheroes. Read how:
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LouMetroHealth Mar 15
Community forum to address addictions & overdose deaths, March 20 Portland branch, 5:30.
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LFPL Mar 15
Come to the Highlands/Shelby Park Library Teen Outpost this & every Friday afternoon & join our knitting bee! Extra knitwear will be donated, so help us build up our stock - from 3-4:30pm.
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LFPL Mar 15
Due to storm damage in Jefferson Memorial Forest, tonight's Star Party will be cancelled. We hope to reschedule this event, in the meantime check out a telescope at SWRL & get Louisville Astronomical Society tips for watching the night skies at
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LFPL Mar 14
Replying to @AshleeEats
Yes! Hope to see you there!
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LFPL Mar 14
Do you nails Saturday at Shawnee Library. Stop by at 2:30 p.m. and learn some new nail art skills or show off your own!
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LFPL Mar 14
Join us at Jeffersontown Library for Cafe Louie this Saturday, 3/16 @ 9am. Have coffee with your representatives including , Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf and Councilperson Brian Abrams & Metrocouncilperson Stuart Benson.
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LFPL Mar 14
It's Open Mic Night at Newburg Library! Join host on Thursday, March 14th from 6 -8 p.m. and try out your new poem or song for the audience!
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LFPL Mar 14
Credit as an Asset is a program for people who want to gain new information and tools to build or rebuild their credit history. Presented by Abby Turnball, Financial Wellness Consultant & Nicholas Block, BB&T @ Highlands/Shelby Park Library, Thurs. 3/14 6:30pm
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