Whether you are working on a home project, crating personalized items, writing a novel, creating hand-made gifts, learning to garden or researching your family tree the library can help! In addition to books on all of these topics, we have programs to help you learn how to be a maker and DIY.
Some of our regular programs include:
- Garden Club
- Craft Club
- Genealogy Research
- Sewing/Knitting/Crocheting Classes
- Writers' Group
- Cooking with Dagmar
- Paint Nights
- STREAM and Maker classes
You can also schedule one-on-one training in the STREAM Center at the Erlanger Branch or Makerspace at the Covington Branch. These spaces off 3-D printers, engravers, button makers, a heat press, poster/banner printers, T-shirt printer and more. There is a nominal fee for supplies.
Doing a home project and need a tool? We can help! You can borrow tools for free from the library through Empower Tools. Visit the website for details, location and hours.
Looking for inspiration? We have a whole list of books on crafting, cooking, DIY and more.
Need recipe inspiration? Want to learn to sew or garden? Need to complete a home project? We have books to help with all of your DIY projects.
Written by Gina Stegner, public relations and social media coordinator for the Kenton County Public Library