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God’s Pantry, library partner to fight hunger

God's Pantry Food Bank set up at the Lexington Public Library Northside Branch on Thursday for a pop-up food distribution.

Village Branch library, Shiloh Baptist offer weekly vaccination clinics

HealthFirst Bluegrass, facilities will host a weekly COVID-19 vaccine pop-up sites.

Architects named for new Village Branch Library

New building twice the size of current building.

Lexington libraries go to “red” zone rules, limited service

Libraries limited to curbside service this week.

Lexington Public Library Election closures

All branches of the Lexington Public Library will be closed on Monday, November 2 and Tuesday, November 3 for voting purposes. 

Lexington Public Library adds online service

Live homework help for grades K-12

From cookbook and reading clubs to sing-alongs, Library adds more online programs, groups

While the doors to the Lexington Public Library's  six physical locations remain closed, the window to the library’s seventh – and virtual - branch remains open and thriving.

Library offers online options for learning at home

Services, options available for library card holders and non card holders.

Libraries closing in response to COVID-19

Fines, due dates will be suspended, extended.

Lextran honors Rosa Parks by reserving bus seats

Lextran says each one of its buses has a seat reserved for civil rights leader, Rosa Parks.

Library wants help defending against budget cuts

State lawmakers have rearranged their schedule so they can continue budget negotiations Wednesday. As they talk, organizations like the Lexington Public Library are asking people to fight for them in Frankfort.

Kids can get letters delivered to Santa at Lexington library event

The Lexington Public Library and the Lexington Post Office are teaming up for a Santa letter-writing event.

Lexington Public Library unveils ‘Tiny Library’ program

Lexington Public Library unveils the 'Tiny Library' program to make reading more accessible to the community.

Lexington Public Library announces new collection of board games

The Lexington Public Library announces a new collection of board games at its Beaumont Branch.

Lexington Public Library – Homework Help

Volunteers will assist students with daily homework assignments, reading, and school projects.

Checked Out – A Virtual Book Club

Join librarians Alexa and Jenny as they talk books. What they're currently loving, what they're hating, and what they can't wait to read next!

Kids Matter Spring Institute – Lexington Public Library

The Childcare Council of Kentucky has partnered with the Lexington Public Library to host children's author John Archambault as part of the annual "Kids Matter Spring Institute," a continuing education opportunity for childcare providers.

An LGBTQ History of Central Kentucky 8-24

Dr. Jonathan Coleman and Robert Morgan stop by the studio to tell ABC 36's Lauren Gawthrop about the Faulkner-Morgan Pagan Babies Archive that documents the history of the LGBTQ community in central Kentucky, that will be at the Lexington Public Library.

Rand Paul holds campaign town hall in Lexington

Senator Rand Paul is holding a campaign town hall in Lexington on Wednesday.

Bluegrass & Bourbon – Lexington Public Library 6-1

Meteorologist Eric Burke learns how to mix bluegrass music and bourbon, all while raising money to support children's education, at the Lexington Public Library's "Bluegrass & Bourbon" event coming up on June 10th.

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