September 22, 2013 is the first day of autumn, and with these late August temperatures that we have just been experiencing, it cannot get here any quicker for my tastes.
Your kids and teens have a few more days to return their summer reading folders to any Louisville Free Public Library location. Don't miss out on these great prizes and rewards for reading all summer long!
Don’t let those back-to-school ads fool you. There are still plenty of summer activities left to do with your family in the next 20 days before JCPS and most surrounding school districts resume classes.
Tuesday, July 2 at 10:30am, join in on the groundbreaking of the new Southwest Regional Library. It is being held at 9725 Dixie Highway.
From the New Cut Corridor Trolley Hop to the efforts to naming it New South Lou, there is a lot going on in the southern portion of the county to interest families.
Friday, June 21, 2013 is the first day of summer, the longest day of the year, and is the summer solstice.
With the 4th o’July right around the corner, join Pulitzer Prize winner, Joseph Ellis, as he presents his book ‘Revolutionary Summer’ tonight, June 20th, at the Louisville Library.
eMagazines, ebooks, easy to access all that the library has to offer to the public.
Reading is fundamental. Fill your shelves this weekend.
Head downtown to the Main Library this Saturday, June 1 from 10am-12:30pm for the annual summer reading kickoff with the Louisville Free Public Library.
Tonight, Tuesday, May 28, is Operation Parent night at the Louisville Bats baseball game. Doors open at 5:30pm.
This Sunday, May 12 is Mother’s Day. Check out these “pamper” mom events.