Join us for an on-demand walking tour of Downtown Lexington’s African American heritage sites.
Explore topics related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) in this space for youth, grades 3-12.
Learn how the Lexington Public Library Foundation empowers change within our library system.
Learn or develop a personal or professional skill with LinkedIn Learning classes, available for free with your library card.
Did you know physical materials renew automatically if they don’t have a waiting list? Check your account online to see the status of your items.
Join librarians Erin and Jennifer as they review new and classic cookbooks by testing and discussing the recipes.
Jennifer and Erin discuss three new vegetarian cookbook titles and some of the issues that can come up with vegetarian cooking. The books discussed this episode are Almonds, Anchovies & Pancetta by Cal Peternell, Plant-based Meats by Robin Asbell, and The New Vegetarian South by Jennifer Brulé.
Join librarians Alexa and Jenny as we talk books. What we're currently loving, what we're hating, and what we can't wait to read next!
The Lexington Public Library's virtual book club for our 2016 One Book One Lexington pick, How It Went Down by Kekla Magoon.
Stories of Lexington's history told through the Kentucky Room archives.
Join us for updates on library happenings, book recommendations, interviews, and more!