Kentucky Picture Show

Fab Films & Free Refreshments,  too

Wednesday, September 7th- 2PM– (1978) Good girl Sandy Olsson and greas­er Danny Zuko fell in love over the sum­mer. When they unex­pect­ed­ly dis­cov­er they’re now in the same high school, will they be able to rekin­dle their romance? Rated – PG

Wednesday, September 14th — 2PM– (2022) An unath­let­ic boy with autism strives to become an unlike­ly marathon cham­pi­on giv­ing his unful­filled father pur­pose and a sec­ond chance at putting his fam­i­ly first. Rated – PG

Wednesday, September 21st — 2PM– (2022) Two for­mer Army Rangers are paired against their will on the road trip of a life­time. Briggs (Channing Tatum) and Lulu (a Belgian Malinois) race down the Pacific Coast to get to a fel­low sol­dier’s funer­al on time. Rated – PG-13

Wednesday, September 28th- 2PM– (2021) A father brings up his baby girl after the unex­pect­ed death of his wife who died a day after their daugh­ter’s birth. Rated – PG-13

Ron Kibbey’s Comedy Classic

Hilarious old movie and a vin­tage car­toon  with intro­duc­tions by Ron Kibbey

Tuesday, September 13th- 6 PM-(1933) At a meet­ing of their fra­ter­nal lodge Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy pledge to attend the nation­al con­ven­tion in Chicago in a week. Stan is reluc­tant for fear that his wife Betty won’t allow the trip, but pledges after cajol­ing by Oliver.

Pageturner’s Book Group

The Pageturner’s Book Groups meets twice a month on the sec­ond and fourth Mondays. Books are avail­able at the cir­cu­la­tion desk. You will be reg­is­tered to attend when you check out a copy.

Take My Hand by Dolen Perkins-Valdez
Monday, September 12, 11 a.m.

Inspired by true events that rocked the nation, a pro­found­ly mov­ing nov­el about a Black nurse in post-segregation

Alabama who blows the whis­tle on a ter­ri­ble wrong done to her patients. From the New York Times best­selling author of Wench.

The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks
Monday, September 26, 11 a.m.

If Avery Chambers can’t fix you in 10 ses­sions, she won’t take you on as a client. Marissa and Mathew Bishop seem like the gold­en cou­ple — until Marissa cheats. After a friend for­wards an arti­cle about Avery, Marissa takes a chance on this

mav­er­ick ther­a­pist, who lost her license due to con­tro­ver­sial meth­ods. When the Bishops glide through Avery’s door and Marissa reveals her infi­deli­ty, all three are set on a col­li­sion course. Because the biggest secrets in the room are still hid­den, and it’s no longer sim­ply a mar­riage that’s in danger.

Adult Make and Take

Create Your Own Motivational Yard Sign with Walk Winchester. Sunday, September 11, 2–4 PM.

Please sign up by call­ing the Library at (859) 744‑5661.

Beginning Sign Language

Come learn some basic signs and phras­es. Mondays at 2:30 PM begin­ning September 19. Please sign up by call­ing the library at (859) 744‑5661.

Questions can be emailed to or by call­ing and ask­ing for Angela.

Write Local and Meeting of Minds

The Library’s writ­ing work­shop, Write Local, meets Friday, August 5 & 19, from 10–11:30 a.m. on Zoom.

We meet on Zoom because man­u­scripts can be eas­i­ly screen-shared, and out-of-town and out-of-state vis­i­tors can attend. For more infor­ma­tion or to receive a Zoom invi­ta­tion, con­tact Adult Services Librarian, John Maruskin, 859−744−5661, ext. 110;

The Library’s dis­cus­sion group, Meeting of Minds, meets Tuesday, August 30, at 6 p.m. on the Library’s front lawn (unless it rains, and then we meet on Zoom). Please bring your own lawn chair or blan­ket for the lawn sessions. 

Conversations at Meeting of Minds range.  We usu­al­ly do not start with a set top­ic.  A top­ic aris­es from ini­tial friend­ly kib­itz­ing and we fol­low the dis­cus­sion.  We’re friends and neigh­bors exam­in­ing events and issues of the day.  We dis­cuss, we don’t argue.  All opin­ions, per­spec­tives, par­ties, and per­sua­sions are wel­come.  That’s how we learn to under­stand each other.

For more infor­ma­tion, con­tact Adult Services Librarian, John Maruskin, 859−744−5661, ext. 110;

Kentucky Career Center

Kentucky Career Center rep­re­sen­ta­tive Christie Hoskins will be at CCPL on Wednesday, September 21, 1–4 p.m.

Christie can pro­vide career train­ing infor­ma­tion includ­ing pro­grams for vet­er­ans and peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties.  She helps peo­ple cre­ate resumes,  explore career options, and match jobs with their skills.

If you’d like to set up an appoint­ment with Christie dur­ing her vis­it, email, or call 859−779−4622.

Kentucky Career Centers are locat­ed in Richmond, Georgetown, Lexington, and Danville. If you’d like to talk to some­one about Career Center ser­vices before April 20, email, or call 502−564−0871, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Clark County Public Library Adult D&D presents

Two Amazing Dungeons and Dragons cam­paigns you can join.

Saturday, September 17th‑2–4 PM. Come to the library for a fun game of Dungeons and Dragons. We’ll meet one Saturday a month.

First, choose which adven­ture you’d like to play: Would you like to brave the bit­ter cold in the moun­tains of Sturmenzhan, where a seem­ing­ly end­less win­ter night hides a horde of hun­gry monsters?

Would you like to go to a large coastal town­ship, where mon­sters lurk in the dark­ness? Test your align­ment in this D&D adventure.

Dice and oth­er mate­ri­als will be pro­vid­ed. We’ll cre­ate our char­ac­ters at the first meet­ing. All you need is a brave heart and a desire to have a good time. Registration is required, so call the library today at 859−744−5661 to live the adventure.

Shadowbox Scherenschnitte of Stephanie Adams on Exhibit in the Library Reference Reading Area during September

Clark County res­i­dent, Stephanie Adams, cre­ates extra­or­di­nary pic­tures using scis­sors, thin paper, and light.  She draws scenes and then cuts them out twice with scis­sors.  She lay­ers the two rep­re­sen­ta­tions so that they are slight­ly mis­matched and mounts them in a frame with no back.  When light pass­es through the sheets of paper, a shad­ow­box effect is cre­at­ed.  The results are won­der­ful. Not only because of the effects of light and shad­ow, but pri­mar­i­ly because Stephanie is such a pre­cise free­hand artist. 

The library has nev­er shown art­work like this.  It is a tru­ly unique view­ing expe­ri­ence and you’ll be delight­ed by the effects sun­light creates.

Stephanie came to the library to get some doc­u­ments at the ref­er­ence desk and as soon as she saw after­noon sun­light stream­ing through the ref­er­ence read­ing area win­dows, she knew she want­ed to show her work here.

We are glad the light was right.  When you vis­it the library in September, make sure to stop by and see her pictures.