The Kentucky Career Center will be at the library the last Friday of every month from 9:30-3:30. Let them help you find the job, get the job, and keep the job you want. They provide free assistance with job searches, resumes, cover letter, interviewing pointers, and training options. So if you need help, there is no reason to drive to Georgetown, stop by the library the last Friday of the month from 9:00-3:30.
FAFSA (Free Application For Federal Student Aid) Help!
Overwhelmed by FAFSA? Not sure where to start in the process of applying for financial aid for college, then make plans to drop by the library on Monday, February 5th anytime between 4:30-7:00. David Scott, from KHEAA (Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority) will be here to help you navigate the process and apply for financial aid for the 2024-2025 college school year. It will help tremendously if you bring the following information with you:
- Your parents’ SSNs if you’re a dependent student
- Tax Returns
- Records of Child Support received
- Current balances of cash, savings, and checking accounts
- Net Worth of investments, businesses, and farm
If you have any questions, please contact the library at (859) 234-4881 for more information. No Registration required, please stop in any time between 4:30-7:00 for assistance.
Help us Decorate our Christmas Tree at the library! We will have a tree set up in the library and we will be decorating it with donations of new mittens, gloves, scarves, hats, socks, and any new knitted items. Help keep someone in our community warm this winter with your generous donation. All collected items will be donated to the Harrison County Clothing Closet.
We are so excited to have the Geogetown College Department of Theater and Film as our guest at the library. They will be bringing 3 children classic stories to life on Saturday, December 2nd at 1:00 pm. Come to the library as they perform “Why Mosquito’s Buzz In People’s Ear”, “Corduroy”, and “Where The Wild Things Are”.
“Book” Your Next Movie Night
November 9~South Pacific
In honor of Veteran’s Day we will be showing South Pacific. Don’t miss this (1958) classic movie set on a South Pacific island during World War II, love blooms between a young nurse and a secretive Frenchman who’s being courted for a dangerous military mission. We will provide the popcorn, just bring your favorite drink in a cup with a lid.
November 30~The Star
We will be showing the family movie The Star. Bring the whole family for this animated movie about the first Christmas. A small but brave donkey and his animal friends become the unsung heroes of the first Christmas. We will provide popcorn, just bring your favorite drink (in a cup with a lid).
Multiple Days & Times Available
Make plans to attend an informational meetings about the Affordable Connectivity Program: Do you need help finding affordable internet? Then find out how it works and if you qualify for this program. The Affordable Connectivity Program or ACP provides a benefit of up to $30 per month for internet service. The benefit is available to eligible new customers, current customers, or households who have had internet service in the past. In addition to providing monthly discount for internet service, ACP also provides a one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet purchased through a participating provider. To use this the benefit, each household must contribute between $10 and $50 toward the purchase price of the device. The ACP is limited to one monthly service discount and one device discount per household.
A household will qualify if someone in your household participates in one of eight assistance programs, including SNAP, Medicaid, or free/reduced lunch. A household may also be eligible because the household income is 200% or less than the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Registration is required, please call the library at (859) 234-4881 to sign up.
Lights-Camera-Action! Movie Night is coming to the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library in September! Join us on Thursday’s for a different genre of movie! Classic Movie Night is September 14th and we will be showing the 1959 classic movie Some Like It Hot starring Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis. Then on September 28th, we will have Contemporary Movie Night featuring Antman & Wasp Quantumania featuring Paul Rudd as Ant man. Join us for this fun Marvel movie and get lost in the “marvelverse”. We will have free popcorn at the movie night, just be sure to bring you favorite drink (in a cup with a lid). So “Book” your next movie night at the library, we can’t wait to see you!
Thursday, September 14th @ 6:00-Some Like It Hot (Classic Night)
Thursday, September 28th @ 6:00-Ant Man & Wasp Quantumania (Contemporary Night)
FREE Community Event Sponsored by Rev. Ross Park Committee.
Get ready for school, stop by Bridge Street Plaza on August 5th from 10:00-2:00, one backpack per child will given away, while supplies last. The child needs to present to receive supplies. Stop by and say “Hello” to Ada, our bookmobile librarian, she will have the Bookmobile at this event!
If you are interested in donating school supplies contact: Metta Gross.
****This is not a library event, if you have questions, please reach out to the Rev. Ross Park Committee. ****
Join us on Saturday, July 22 at 2:00 pm for a FREE Movie at Rohs Opera House. We will be showing Super Mario Bros. (2023). We will be covering the admission and each person that comes will receive a FREE Small Popcorn.
What: FREE Family Movie: Super Mario Bros.
When: Saturday, July 22 @2:00 pm
Where: Rohs Opera House