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Letter from Executive Director Dave Schroeder

When we were ordered to close the Library on March 13, I would not have imagined that it would be nearly three months until we could welcome patrons back into our buildings. During the closure, Library staff have been diligently working toward the reopening. Instead of offering in-person programming, we switched to online programming.  Our NKY Accountability Group for job seekers transitioned to Zoom. Chat reference has been taking place for those who needed assistance. In addition, Library staff are certified, so all participated in online training sessions.  Staff also created training sessions and made them available to staff.  Our drive thru windows have been open since May 18.  Most importantly, we have been working toward preparing for your return.

While your next visit to the Library may be a little different than in the past, I can guarantee you will still receive the same level of service and dedication as you have in the past. We can’t wait to see you again on June 8!

-Dave

Blogs & Updates

A Rainbow of Kenton County Houses Part IV

July 14th, 2021|Comments Off on A Rainbow of Kenton County Houses Part IV

The green house at 1222 Russell Street. Over the summer the staff of the Local History and Genealogy Department will be posting a blog to go along with the stops for our virtual [...]

A Rainbow of Kenton County Houses Part III

June 30th, 2021|Comments Off on A Rainbow of Kenton County Houses Part III

The yellow house at 1213 Greenup Street Over the summer the staff of the Local History and Genealogy Department will be posting a blog to go along with the stops for our virtual [...]

Juneteenth Book Recommendations

June 16th, 2021|Comments Off on Juneteenth Book Recommendations

Juneteenth (June 19) is the day federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas in 1865 to ensure all enslaved people be freed. This was 2-1/2 years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, which is when [...]

A Rainbow of Kenton County Houses Part II

June 16th, 2021|Comments Off on A Rainbow of Kenton County Houses Part II

The Orange House at 707 Greenup Street Over the summer the staff of the Local History and Genealogy Department will be posting a blog to go along with the stops for our virtual [...]

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