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741.5 is written and designed by Lexington Public Library staff member Bill Widener. The inaugural issue came out in January 2017. Sub-titled The Comics & Graphic Novel Bulletin of the Lexington Public Library, its intent is to promote new arrivals to the Library's comics collections. 741.5 takes its name from the numeral designation within the Dewey Decimal System that covers comics and cartooning.

Limbo
Stop by Central for a free screening of Limbo (2021) - a "wry, funny and poignant cross-cultural satire that subtly sews together the hardship and hope of the refugee experience."
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A book club to discuss literary works by black authors

Lexington, Kentucky (January 16, 2024) – Lexington Public Library is proud to announce their new Black Voices Book Club which is dedicated to discussing literary works by black authors. The Club meets on the third Saturday of each month.

Podcast Episode
Jennifer and Erin have combed through the summer’s most anticipated releases lists, and discuss the ones they’re looking forward to the most. Erin interviews Doug Tattershall about the library’s gallery spaces.
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Join us in the Kloiber Foundation STEAM Lab for Lego fun! We will have a different challenge each month.
For Grades 3-12
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Central Library
The Traveling Cat Chronicles
Love cats and books? Us too! Meet up with us at the Lexington Humane Society's Main Adoption Center Habicattery Room to discuss this month's cozy themed book while surrounded by adoptable cats.
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Central Library