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...
November 2, 2012 - 12:30pm
This Election Day – politics aside – let your kids learn something
Many LFPL library locations are hosting teen mock elections this Election Day, Tuesday November 6.
Many Louisville Free Public Library branches are hosting teen election parties this Tuesday, November 6. The parties are geared toward teens and the theme encourages them to let their voice be heard. The question begs, how would you vote if you could? What a great asset to our kids to introduce...
October 3, 2012 - 11:10am
Got library fines? Read them down any time
Library fines do a disappearing act with Read It Down program.
There’s a nifty little program that is ongoing at all the Louisville Free Public Library locations. If overdue fines are keeping your kids from using the library, "Read It Down" is just what you need. The program allows children and teens to reduce their library fines by simply...
September 24, 2012 - 9:30am
Metro Arts Center offers youth art and music classes
Cartooning? Guitar? Pottery? Fall registration has begun for youth art and music classes at Metro Arts Center.
 Last year, as soon as soccer and other outdoor sports ended, my kids got bored. And as the glorious fall days gave way to the dreary harbingers of winter, I searched high and low for affordable indoor activities for my preschoolers. I wish I had known about the Metro Arts Center, a division...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Louisville Free Public Library hosts teen Survivor Night [Family & Parenting]
Think you have what it takes to survive an evening at the library? Find out at a teen-only after-hours party filled with challenging activities based on some of your favorite books from this year’s Teen Summer Reading list.
Some people may think of antiquated books, research papers, and absolutely mind-numbing silence when anyone mentions the library.  On Friday, July 13, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., nothing could be farther from the truth. When the doors close to the public at 5 p.m., the Louisville Free Public...