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Chinese activist Li Maizi will be at the Main Library on Wednesday, September 25th, 6pm discussing the rise of feminism in China and recount her experience being detained by the State for 37 days. Tickets are available at
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Lassiter Library Sep 19
Shoutout to the teen services for spending the day with us. Our lions are so excited with their new library cards!
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Kristina Bloch Sep 19
HUGE thank you to our community parter from the Mrs. Tonya was so fun and shared some great reads!
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LFPL Sep 19
Did you know that 2019 is the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Main Library's North Building? We are celebrating the occasion by opening a time capsule, placed in 1969. And there will be cake! Tuesday, 9/24, 10 a.m., Main Library, 301 York Street.
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Americana CC Sep 19
Free community event! Americana will have a table setup too!
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Eileen Street Sep 18
.'s free art exhibit features all female artists from ENID: Generations of Women Sculptors. A member explained some pieces to me, incl. her own! 2019 is Ky.-native Enid Yandell's 150th bday, a sculptor well ahead of her time.
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Adam Haley Sep 19
Got to pickup the newest book from xkcd author Randall Munroe and see him speak last night
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Louis R Johnson Sep 18
Excellent birthday night with sis, then lecture and book signing! Yay!
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LFPL Sep 19
South Central Library's International Fair could be your ticket to see The Lion King, coming soon to The Kentucky Center! Stop by the International Fair on 9/21 (noon-4pm) to register for a chance to win a Family Four-Pack of tickets to see Disney’s The Lion King on 11/7.
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LFPL Sep 19
We are sad to hear of the passing of longtime LFPL supporter David Jones, Sr. and are humbled by this last letter of support.
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LFPL Sep 18
This Saturday is the International Fair at the South Central Regional Library! Enjoy food from Funmi's and dance, music, and crafts from all around the world. Saturday, 9/21, noon-4pm, South Central Regional Library.
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LFPL Sep 18
Join panelists Susan Rademacher, Sarah Lindgren, and for a discussion of the future of public art in our community—and the country. Tuesday, 10/1, 6:30pm, Main Library. Register at (502) 574-1623.
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LFPL Sep 18
Make and Take a totebag at today's COLLIDER Maker Lab class - South Central Regional Library, 9/18, 4pm. Register by emailing liz.magee@lfpl.org Every Wednesday at 4pm, take a class and learn how to use the machines in the Maker Lab.
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LFPL Sep 17
Tonight we dished about Valley of the Dolls @ the Falls City Book Club. Save the date to discuss Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: October 15, 7p.m. We meet at Falls City Taproom the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
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LFPL Sep 17
Visit Northeast, this Saturday at 2pm, for Family Nature Play Day! We'll have opportunities for nature exploration and creative play. Ages 8 mos. to 80 are welcome. To register your family, please call 502-394-0379.
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LFPL Sep 17
Experiment with tie-dye and make something cool to take home at Western's Twisted Colors Tie Dye program, this Thursday at 4:30pm. Bring something to dye and make groovy art outside with us!
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Courier Journal Sep 17
Today! We're holding our first political listening event at Southwest Regional Branch from 6-7:30 p.m. You can still sign up at ! See you then.
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Carmichael's Sep 17
Don't forget! We're hosting the spectacular Randall Munroe tomorrow night in conjunction with the good people of the . The RSVP's are all snatched up, but they're might just be some stand-by spots available. Details here: and an xkcd about books here:
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LFPL Sep 17
Explore our animal doctor theme through stories, songs, and pretend play! Read + Play: Animal Doctor, for ages 3-6, begins this Friday at 10:15 am at our Crescent Hill branch.
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LFPL Sep 16
Do you wonder why you crave sugar at certain times?Looking for solutions to your sugar cravings? Come to the St Matthews Library Wednesday night 6:30-7:30 to meet with health coach Christine Kenney.
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