Boyle County Public Library, A Hub for Exploring
DANVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – Boyle County Public Library is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. Located in Danville, Kentucky, the library has been in service since 1893. Its humble beginnings include a collection of just 300 books.
In 1920, much needed stability came when the library purchased the old, red Downtown House.
Today, the library serves as a hub for reading, technology and culture. Events include book clubs, toddler programming, literacy programs, scavenger hunts and various seminars. No matter what you’re interested in, Boyle County Public Library has something for you to explore!
Community interests are important to the employees of this library. They work hard to create an engaging environment with relevant content. The Kentucky Science Center, located in Louisville, currently has science stations for young kids to explore set up inside Boyle County’s library. These stations are switched every 3 months, keeping the stations new and interesting for the kids.
To find out more about the Boyle County Public Library, visit their website here.
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