The Thing About Leftovers Recipe Contest

Share original recipes that make the best leftovers! Winners will be announced at The Thing About Leftovers Book Signing and Author Event!

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October 15th – 23th

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BOOk-tacular Halloween Party!

Lexington's premier Halloween Party on Saturday, October 29th at 7:00pm. Join us for an evening of spooky fun at the Signature Club of Lansdowne!

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Filmslang 2016

Lexington's film festival returns to the Central Library's Farish Theater October 6-9.

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New Episode Available

Join librarians Alexa and Jenny as they discuss “Modern Lovers” by New York Times-bestselling author, Emma Straub.

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Locations & Hours

Upcoming Events

Create your own video project using photos, video clips, and music. This is a great class for beginners.
Northside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
10:00am to 12:00pm
Start building baby's language skills with songs, a short story, and play. Ages 0-18 months.
Tates Creek Branch
Tue. September 27th -
10:00am to 10:50am
Join us for a relaxed hands-on introduction to the world of computers and tablets. Classes are open to all experience levels.
Tates Creek Branch
Tue. September 27th -
10:00am to 11:30am
This fun and energetic lapsit story time develops pre-reading skills with books, songs, and activities, and promotes budding social skills and child-caregiver interaction. For ages 0-24 months.
Eastside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
10:15am to 10:45am
Too young for Side by Side, too old for BabyTime? Come rhyme, bounce, and read with other toddlers and their grownups. This Storytime program will engage your children with short stories, finger...
Beaumont Branch
Tue. September 27th -
11:00am to 11:30am
This fun and energetic lapsit story time develops pre-reading skills with books, songs, and activities, and promotes budding social skills and child-caregiver interaction. For ages 0-24 months.
Eastside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
11:00am to 11:30am
Build reading readiness skills with books, songs and play. Children 5 and under are welcome.
Northside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
11:00am to 11:30am
African Americans and the Military in the Early 1900s. Presenter Michael Jones, former Curator Kentucky Historical Society. Presented by Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at University of Kentucky....
Northside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Volunteers will assist students with daily homework assignments, reading, and school projects.  Students will be helped in the order they sign up.  Homework Help is available Monday through Thursday...
Village Branch
Tue. September 27th -
4:30pm to 7:00pm
Volunteers will assist students with daily homework assignments, reading, and school projects.  Students will be helped in the order they sign up.  Homework Help is available Monday through Thursday...
Northside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
4:30pm to 7:00pm
Upcycle your favorite old t-shirt into a brand new tote bag--without sewing a stitch! Bring a shirt (or choose from our selection) and we'll show you how. Grades 7-12. Registration required.
Eastside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
5:30pm to 6:30pm
AVOL presents Let's Talk About Prep, a panel discussion on the HIV preventative drug PrEP.
Central Library
Tue. September 27th -
6:00pm to 8:00pm
This presentation is designed to help new beneficiaries and their caregivers a better understand of the Medicare program. Even those who currently have Medicare coverage could benefit from this...
Eastside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
6:00pm to 7:00pm
Learn how to retouch your photographs like the professionals, restore old photographs, and use Adobe Camera RAW to improve the lighting, color, and composition of the image. Prerequisite: Photoshop...
Northside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Copy! Paste! Make a bulleted list! Discover some of Word's trickier features like headers, footnotes, and labels. Prerequisite: Introduction to MS Word or previous experience with Word.
Eastside Branch
Tue. September 27th -
6:30pm to 8:30pm
On this date in 1866: Thomas Hunt Morgan is born at the Hunt-Morgan House on Second and Mill streets. He wins the Nobel Prize in 1933.