How Art, Archeology and Artifacts illuminate the first century.
Book Talks meetings are held every other Tuesday through Zoom. All members will receive an email with the link to join the meeting once they are signed up for the program. Two weeks prior to the meeting, Book Talk members … Read More
Historian Jim Claypool traces the origins and development of the Kentucky Derby, the world’s most famous horse race and a powerful influence on Kentucky society and culture. He will use memorabilia collected during his 40-year passion for the race. This … Read More
The Teen Book Club meets on Zoom every other Friday at 4:30 to discuss the monthly book selection. March and April's book is "The Program" by Suzanne Young. Zoom Meetings are March 19, April 2, 16, and 30 at 4:30. … Read More
In this virtual program, Mother Goose encourages children to read books and enjoy poetry with classic rhymes. The show features lots of puppets and ventriloquism with Lamby, Mary, Goosey, Itsy Bitsy, and more! This virtual show will be shown as … Read More
Often called a “space opera”, one aspect of the Star Wars films that helped make them such a pop culture phenomenon was composer John Williams' iconic music. This 60-minute multimedia presentation showcases music from all nine episodes, illustrating how the … Read More
Harry Caudill, Man of Courage - Kentucky Writer & Filmmaker Jerry Deaton’s interest in the issues facing eastern Kentucky moved him to write and produce a film on the author and activist Harry Caudill of Whitesburg, Kentucky. This presentation focuses … Read More