Children's Bookmark Contest

May 17, 2015
By Youth

To celebrate Children's Book Week (May 12-18), BCPL is having a children's bookmark design contest. This year, all designs should reflect our summer reading theme, "Every Hero Has a Story!" Your bookmark can be about superheroes, police officers, knights, firefighters, the military or anyone else you look up to as a hero. All entries will be displayed in the library during June and the winning bookmark in each age group will be printed and distributed at the library this summer. Stop by the Children's Library for an entry form or download one here.


 2014 Winners 




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Computer Classes at the Library

May 15, 2015
By BCPL

The Library offers free computer classes every month. All computer classes are held in the Computer Lab at the Library unless otherwise indicated. Classes offered in May include:


• Windows 8.1 on May 19th at 10:00 am


• iPad Basics on May 19th at 11:00 am


• Learning about Instagram on May 19th at 12:00 pm


• Introduction to Computers on May 19th at 2:00 pm (held at Junction City First Baptist Church)

This class will show you how to use a mouse and keyboard, introduce the parts of the computer, and demonstrate the basics of navigating in Microsoft Windows.


• Microsoft Excel – Basic Part 2 (ASL Interpreter available) on May 20th from 4:00-6:00 pm


• Thursday Morning Computer Class: Online Searching on May 21st at 10:00 am

This class provides new computer users with some basic computer skills.


• Introduction to Computers on May 26th at 2:30 pm (held at Perryville Main Street Office)

This class will show you how to use a mouse and keyboard, introduce the parts of the computer, and demonstrate the basics of navigating in Microsoft Windows.


• Thursday Morning Computer Class: Basic Computer Skills on May 28th at 10:00 am

This class provides new computer users with some basic computer skills.


Those interested in attending any of the computer classes may register online or by calling the Library at 859.238.7323. For more information about any of the classes, please email Beth at bgoode@boylepublib.org.


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Danville High School Forensics Event at the Library

May 8, 2015
By BCPL

The Friends of the Library continue their Spring program line-up on Thursday, May 14th at 4:30 pm with "National Spotlight" featuring Danville High School Forensics national competitors. Members of the forensics team preparing for the national competition will share a variety of speech and drama pieces at this event.



Danville High School (DHS) placed second at the Kentucky High School Speech League’s State Speech Tournament on March 13-14 at the University of Kentucky. Twenty-six DHS entries advanced through three preliminary rounds to the Semifinals in thirteen events. This spring, Danville High School won the Louisville Diocese tournament of the Catholic Forensic League for an unprecedented nineteenth straight year. Twelve students from DHS qualified to represent the Kentucky area in the Grand Nationals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, over Memorial Day weekend. Some of the events in which they will compete include Congressional Debate, Declamation, Dramatic Performance, and Oratory. The DHS Forensics team is coached by Steve Meadows, Head of the English Department at Danville High School.


This free program is open to the public and will be held in the Community Room at the Boyle County Public Library.


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Zentangle for Tweens

May 7, 2015
By Youth

Learn this fun and relaxing method of creating beautiful images from structured patterns. The Zentangle method is intended to make the act of drawing pleasurable as well as meditative.


 Zentangle 




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Spring Film Series Wraps Up

May 5, 2015
By BCPL

The Friends of the Library Spring Film Series wraps up on Thursday, May 7th at 7:00 pm in the Community Room at the Library with a 1980 biopic that tells the story of a Kentucky mountain girl who rose from poverty to fame as a country and western singer.


The film will be introduced by Charles Vahlkamp, professor emeritus at Centre College, and will be followed by a discussion about the film. There is no charge for admission, and free popcorn will be available. Runtime is 124 minutes.


Due to licensing restrictions, the use of film titles is prohibited outside of the Library. Inquiring minds can find out what movie will be shown by either visiting or calling the Library. 


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