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Monday October 21st

Join us every Monday in October for guided practice and hands-on activities that will teach you the ins-and-outs of Microsoft Word 2016. In this session, we'll focus on layout and print features like columns, breaks, headers and footers, and page numbers. Ages 18 and up. Find out more »
Show off your LEGO-building skills at the library! We'll provide the LEGO bricks—you provide the imagination! Ages 5–11. Find out more »
Join us for hands-on science experiments that will blow your mind! This month, use the magic of science to make your own mini hovercrafts, plus cause a chemical reaction to create a foamy fountain and see how small changes to the "recipe" affect your results. Don't forget to wear your safety goggles! Ages 8–12. Find out more »

Tuesday October 22nd

BCPL has partnered with Kentucky Adult Education's SkillsU to offer free assistance for GED prep. An experienced instructor will be on-site to administer assessment testing and create personalized instruction plans to help patrons work toward their GED.  To schedule an appointment, contact JCTC instructor Doyle Adams at 502-213-7908 or 502-213-7979. Find out more »
Toddler Time for ages 0 to 2 is designed to help lay the foundation for lifelong learning through a combination of stories, songs, and play. Join us to help your little one start their early-learning adventure! Find out more »
Early literacy through stories, songs, and a simple craft. We strive to create fun and rich experiences that will prepare children for school while building a love of books, libraries, and learning that will stay with them for a lifetime. For age 3–5. Find out more »
Early literacy through stories, songs, and a simple craft. We strive to create fun and rich experiences that will prepare children for school while building a love of books, libraries, and learning that will stay with them for a lifetime. For age 3–5. Find out more »
Adulting is hard... But armed with a few important life skills, you can be prepared for all the basics of getting out there on your own. In October, join us to learn the ins-and-outs of surviving college with UofL's Student Success Center. Ages 15–20. Find out more »
Drop in for free GED assistance with experienced instructors. Get math help from Christi on Tuesday evenings, or reading instruction is available on Thursdays with Chad. Find out more »
The monthly meeting of the Library Board of Trustees. Meetings are open to the public. Find out more »
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