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LFPL 23h
Today at South Central Regional Library, announced the city-wide Lean Into Louisville initiative, a series of activities, art exhibits, conversations, and presentations that will explore and confront the history and legacy of discrimination and inequality.
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LFPL 24h
Get a taste of what will be bringing to the party at the Louisville Mix Celebration of Hip Hop at the Main Library on Saturday, February 2nd!
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LFPL 24h
There are more than 50 African American History month activities at LFPL, including film screenings, panel discussions, performances, book talks, and workshops. You can see the details here -
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LFPL will hosting 3 separate African American Read-ins in February. 2/2 at 2:30 at Newburg Library, 2/16 at 2 p.m. at Bon Air Library, 2/25 at 6:30 p.m. at Shivley Library.
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Festival of Faiths Jan 18
Join and for a talk by Tish Jennings, PhD on Monday January 28. Jennings will share about her new book “The Trauma-Sensitive Classroom: Building Resilience with Compassionate Teaching.”
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LFPL Jan 18
Join local author Tytianna N.M. Wells for a special storytime, writing exercise, and performance just for kids at South Central Regional Library this Saturday, 1/19.
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LFPL Jan 17
Literary trivia tonight at , 7 pm. There are no limits on team size, so bring some friends to fill out your roster of masterminds! Tonight's game is $2 per person to play, half of the entries will be donated to the LFPL.
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LFPL Jan 17
Metro Council President David James has joined the lineup at this Saturday's Cafe Louie - Main Library, 9 a.m.
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LFPL Jan 16
Cafe Louie season is upon us! Come to the Main Library this Saturday, 1/19, 9am to have coffee with and . Across town at South Central, meet Rep. Al Gentry. We'll be a diferent LFPL branch every Saturday morning through March.
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LFPL Jan 16
English Conversation Club meets tonight at the Main Library and Thursday at Bon Air and Shively. Meet your neighbors!
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Against the Grain Brewery Jan 16
Beer Nerds and Book Nerds Unite for a night of literary trivia at the Smokehouse! will be there with and a virtual reality room setup! Learn more:
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LFPL Jan 16
Tonight, Shawnee Library will share the secret to saving money with the use of digital and printable coupons!
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Louisville Law Jan 15
We love to see our faculty engage in the community! Professor Enid Trucios-Haynes will present on Youth-led Immigrant Justice Movements at January 24:
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LFPL Jan 15
Tomorrow, warm up at Highlands/Shelby Park's indoor beach party! We'll have warm weather activities, crafts, and refreshments to help beat the winter blues. The fun for children begins at 4pm; we can't wait!
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LFPL Jan 15
At Main's Teen Tech Club, we'll work on a 3D printing activity this Thursday at 5:30pm. No need to sign up; any 6th-12th grader is welcome!
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LFPL Jan 15
Learn more about the world with storytelling time and activities at Iroquois' Our Wider World Festival featuring ! This free, interactive children's program begins this Saturday at 10:30am.
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LFPL Jan 15
Tonight see The Bright Side of Frustration with philosophy professor Andreas Elpidorou. He'll weave together stories of art, mathematical discoveries, animal behavior, video games, and neuroscience for positive stories about frustration. Tues., 1/15, 6:30pm, Main Library
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Mitali Perkins Jan 14
When you’re running errands with your sister and she spots your book as a staff pick at her public library and she goes nuts and tells all the librarians that it’s her sister’s book, it really is.
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LFPL Jan 14
So much joining our CD collection today!
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LFPL Jan 14
Have you signed up for this free short course? Starting this Thursday, 6 scholars from the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research and Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace & Justice will explore aspects of social movement-building. More info:
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