Explore the Covington Station ruins and learn about its history with our new history videos. Train enthusiasts as well as history buffs can explore online.
June is Audiobook Month
June is a busy month! The beginning of Summer brings a lot of new activities.
Upgrade to Libby for eBooks, Audiobooks & Magazines
Have you switched from the Overdrive app to Libby yet? Overdrive no longer supports the Overdrive app and has removed it from the Apple App Store, Google Play
Coming Soon – Use Libby to Discover Titles Not Yet in Our Digital Collection
Beginning March 21, the library will offer a new feature in Libby that helps you find all the content you’re looking for, even if it's not yet in our digital co
Digital Library Exclusives
There are quite a few hidden gems in KCPL's digital library! Whether you're reading on a kindle, tablet, or your phone, having an e-book checked out is perfect
Women’s History Month Resources
Women's History Month began in the United States in 1987. Designated by Congress in recognition of women's accomplishments throughout history.
Classic Movies and News
New York Times Loving the ebooks and audiobooks you checkout from the library? Take your library use to the next level. We offer three day passes to the New Yor
Planetarium at the Library
Kenton County Public Library staff built a planetarium out of cardboard at the Independence Branch. Patrons are welcome to sit inside and watch the stars (see v
Award Winning Books – 2023
The American Library Association announced their Youth Media Awards for 2023. See some of the winners and honor books in the list below.
Call to Artists – Community Book Bench Art Project
Kenton County Public Library is seeking up to five (5) artists or artist teams to create public artwork that celebrates and encourages literacy in our community
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