During this time of closure, fines will not be accrued by patrons who have checked out items.
Due dates for checked out items will be extended through the duration of the epidemic.
Do not feel obligated to return library items during the closure. Items that have been and will be returned will be quarentined for three days.
News & Events
This year’s Summer Reading Celebration is filled with exciting programs, fun prizes, social media giveaways and so much more. This year’s theme: Imagine Your Story allows for a lot of creativity. The program will run [...]
Library Re-Opens the Drive Thru on Monday, May 18 The Kenton County Public Library will resume drive-thru service with limited hours beginning Monday, May 18. Patrons can place items on hold at www.kentonlibrary.org. Patrons will [...]
For many of us, our idea of normal has changed drastically in the last 30 days (and continues to change daily!), and we’ve settled into new routines. We’re changing our habits: staying home, eating out [...]
If you find yourself with some free time like many others, then this simple tortilla recipe is the perfect solution! The recipe calls for five ingredients most of which you probably already have. You will [...]
Cult Films to Stream on Hoopla Aaaaah! The cult film. Generally hated on release, but beloved by many as time goes by. That's not always the case, however - some films are celebrated cult experiences [...]
See the USA! While it not possible to safely travel around our great country at this moment, it IS possible to see some of the most popular tourist sites while at your computer via [...]