January 11, 2013 - 1:07pm
Calling young filmmakers
Be a part of the first ever Louisville Young Filmmakers Festival.
For the first time ever, Louisville is hosting a festival geared toward young filmmakers. The Louisville Free Public Library is currently seeking submissions for the debut of its Louisville Young Filmmakers Festival. Aspiring young local filmmakers are encouraged to submit their own...
December 28, 2012 - 11:49am
Launch into 2013 at the library
The library is a wonderful, kid-friendly place to ring in the new year.
This New Year’s Eve, head to the Main Library with your kids for a new year’s party. Celebrate the end of 2012 library-style. The fun begins at 2pm, is for all ages, and includes a craft.The Iroquois Library is also hosting a Toddler New Year’s Eve Dance Party, which starts at 10:...
December 28, 2012 - 11:47am
Let go at the Library: Send off 2012 at the Main branch's New Year’s Eve ba
Here it is: my final Something To Say for 2012. And we’re going to launch it from the proverbial nest of Library events. Stop by the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch this coming Monday, December 31st at 2pm for a special New Year’s Eve party.
My hands are shaking a little bit.  There might be a smidgen of the hot jelly making the prickly-pear points in my eyeballs.  What feels rather like a mildly giant piece of wood is currently growing in the back of my throat.  I can feel it shifting whenever I swallow.This doesn...
December 26, 2012 - 3:38pm
Give gratitude for your holiday haul: create thank-yous at the Louisville Librar
You’re probably still digesting the spoils of yesterdays various gluttonies – but it’s not a bad idea to pause and make time to make good with the gratefuls. Troop the kids to the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch tomorrow, Thursday, December 27th for Many Thanks! craft time at 2pm.
I have a vendetta against Thank You cards – this is, perhaps, not the correct way to begin this kind of article is it, kittens?  The Wrong Impression could be a legitimate concern here, judging solely by the above expressed feeling. A narrative hook eschewing gratitude for an event...
December 21, 2012 - 12:25pm
Random Acts of Kindness spread cheer in honor of Newtown, Connecticut
RACKED! Make someone else's day while you're enjoying the last few days of the season.
Since the tragedy that struck our nation last Friday, I have seen streams and streams of posts and messages about displaying random acts of kindness to honor those angels who left the earth last week. Some began when Ann Curry, formerly of The Today Show, tweeted #20Acts and #26Acts (20 for...