Here it is: my final Something To Say for 2012. And we’re going to launch it from the proverbial nest of Library events. Stop by the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch this coming Monday, December 31st at 2pm for a special New Year’s Eve party.
You’re probably still digesting the spoils of yesterdays various gluttonies – but it’s not a bad idea to pause and make time to make good with the gratefuls. Troop the kids to the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch tomorrow, Thursday, December 27th for Many Thanks! craft time at 2pm.
RACKED! Make someone else's day while you're enjoying the last few days of the season.
Slow things down with your kids this winter break.
It may be 60 degrees outside today – but that doesn’t mean we can’t make a White Christmas. Stop by the Louisville Library’s Main branch this Saturday, December 22nd, at 2pm for Let It Snow! storytime.
Aravind Adiga’s book, ‘The White Tiger’ takes center stage at this month’s meeting of The Mayor’s Book Club at the Louisville Free Public Library. Get your lunch and get your read on at the Main branch, this Wednesday, December 12th at noon.
Make some memories with your family this Thanksgiving. Check out some books from the local library and read together, play family games, or get outside and jump in some leaves!
That pulpy, beating thing in your chest is important. Maybe you should think about it. Join the executive director of Louisville’s Cardiovascular Innovation Institute, Dr. Stuart Williams, as he presents on bioengineering tonight, Thursday, November 15th at the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch.
Now is not the time to sully the good name of vampires with glitter or teen angst. Pay your respects to the creator of the great Count Dracula. Check out the classic and other titles at the Louisville Free Public Library.
Many LFPL library locations are hosting teen mock elections this Election Day, Tuesday November 6.
The family that explores stuff off the beaten path together, stays together. Or something like that.
Art is subjective, yes, but some eyes see better than others. Join writer and social critic, Camille Paglia, at the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch this Monday, October 22nd, as she discusses themes in Western art with her new book ‘Glittering Images’.