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Monthly Library Displays

March 2017 Display:

Celebrating Kentucky female authors

February 2017 Display

Celebrating Black History Month

Notable Women Scientists and Mathematicians

January 2017 Display:

See the best of 2016!

January 2017 Display:

New Year, New Beginnings.

December 2016 Display:

Jingle Books! December 3rd, 2016; Matheson Library Reading Room; 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.; Santa will be there! 

December 2016 Display:

Holiday cheer!

November 2016 Display:

Native American Heritage Month

November 2016 Display:

Study Abroad 

October 2016 Display

Human Trafficking - What it is, and how we can stop it. 

Banned Books Week

September 2016 Display:

Studying Abroad

Summer 2016 Display

Locally Grown!

Summer 2016 Display

Exercising Your Mind & Body

April 2016 Display

Poet - Tree Month

March 2016 Display

Honoring Women in Public Service & Government

February 2016 Display:

Celebrating Black History Month

Stress Free Zone

Library Tweets

Upcoming Library Events

All Semester: Coffee Mondays -  Starting January 23rd, the library will be serving FREE COFFEE from 8:00 a.m. - Noon every Monday. 
April 13: 2:00 p.m., Library Reading Room - El Salvador Service Learning Trip 

WKCTC students, faculty, and staff partnered with Starfish Orphan Ministry and traveled to El Salvador during the week of spring break 2017 for a service learning trip. Learn more about this amazing experience when WKCTC students who served the homeless and orphaned share their efforts to build a house and serve the needy during their trip to Central America’s smallest country of El Salvador. Enjoy FREE ethnic refreshments including grilled corn and chile dip, chicken pasteles, and tres leche cake. For more information, please contact Jennifer Frazier at 270-534-3229.

April 19: Promoting the STEM initiative, the library will host a makerspace event, Made in the Library Fair, on April 19th, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Demonstrations and hands-on activities will inform, entertain, and entice attendees to seek a better understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math.  Each of these plays an important role in our daily lives and offer career opportunities. Additionally, the event will promote the once in a lifetime eclipse activities that will happen August 14th.