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Summer Reading Wrap-up Concert with Joel, the Singing Librarian!

Join us for our Summer Readng wrap-up concert with Joel, the Singing Librarian at the Williamsburg Branch Saturday, Aug. 2, 2 p.m. Joel Caithamer, a supervisor with the Kenton County Public Library has been entertaining children throughout the Midwest and has earned the Parent's Choice Recommended Award for his song, What's Happening Spaceman? For more information, call the library at 724-1070. For all ages.

The Future Is Now

Holograms, robots, virtual reality and GMOs. Investigate the science behind books, movies and daily life from 1:00-3:00 p.m., Saturday, August 2 at the Union Township Branch. This program will cover topics of how technology in science fiction appears to influence or reflect real world breakthroughs in medicine, science and everyday life. Join us for a discussion with Professor Chuck Hawkins, Professor Emeritus in Physics, from Northern Kentucky University and our own staff.

For more information or to register for the program, visit or call the library at 528-1744 or register online.

Author Visit with P.G. Simmons

Welcome local author, P. G. Simmons to the New Richmond Branch at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, August 2. Ms. Simmons will speak about her book, Gathering Shadows, an historical fiction novel set during the Civil War. A question and answer session will follow. Copies of her book will be on hand to purchase and have signed. For more information, visit or call the library at 553-0570.

Actors and Directors Workshop

What does it take to be a good director or actor? Find out at our Milford-Miami Township Branch on Saturday, Aug. 2 at 2:00p.m. when members from the Ensemble Theatre join us for a workshop. Attendees ages 8-13 will work in small groups directing and performing scenes from classic fairytales.

For more information or to register for the program, visit or call the library at 248-0700 or register online.

ArtsWave Presents The Ensemble Theatre Workshop supported by The Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts.

Our Favorite Animals

Attendees ages 6-12 will learn about different types of animals when they join us at the Amelia Branch on Tuesday, July 29, 6:00 p.m. We'll celebrate our favorite animals by creating a special art project! For more information or to register for the program, visit or call the library at 752-5580 or register online.

Join us at the Batavia Branch to learn about electricity with some hair-raising experiments at 6:30 p.m., Monday, July 28. Doctor DNA of Mad Science of Cincinnati will show everyone the Electric Experimentation program. Come face to face with electricity and many of its uses. Our Mad Scientists will light up a light bulb without wires or fixtures!

For more information or to register for the program, visit or call the library at 732-2128 or register online.

LEGO Contest

Join in our 4th LEGO creations contest at the New Richmond Branch. Build your own creation and drop it off at the library between July 26-31 to be on display during the month of August. Patrons will vote on their favorite displayed entry and the winner will be given a prize and bragging rights! For entry info and size limits, please call the library at 553-0570 for more information.

What Do You Think?

The staff at the Clermont County Public Library wants your help planning new programs. What programs would you like to see the library staff offer?

Please fill out this short, online survey to help us better serve your needs.

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New Resource Debuts

As a Clermont County Public Library cardholder, you have access to a new online resource to help with genealogical research. World Vital Records provides access to a massive library which contains billions of historical records. The vast variety of records help shed new light on the lives of our ancestors. World Vital Records' mission is to make history both more engaging and more accessible for all. Patrons will need a library card for home access.

Beginning Yoga Class

Yoga instructor Lori Blevins will teach a three class series of yoga for adult beginners at the Union Township Branch at 6:30 p.m., Tuesdays, July 15, 22 & 29. Wear comfortable loose clothing for this low-impact workout for adults. Participants will need to sign a release form before participating in the class.

For more information or to register for the program, visit or call the library at 528-1744 or register online.

Summer Reading Challenge

Fizz, Boom, READ

More people have signed up this summer for the Clermont County Public Libraryís Summer Reading Challenge than last year. And there is still time to join the fun. The program continues through Saturday, Aug. 2. Sign up online.

Complete the challenges, win prizes and be entered to win a grand prize for each age group. The program is open to adults for the first time this year and the grand prize is one of three iPad Minis. Teens also have the chance to win an iPad Mini.

Itís easy. Itís fun. And itís a way to help children maintain their reading skills this summer. For adults, try to catch up on one of those books youíve been meaning to read.

The library has lots of reading suggestions online for adults and children. You can borrow eBooks, magazines, movies, music and TV shows 24/7. Download a few before going on vacation. Items are available for most devices.

Or visit the library for some great programs. Check out a list of programs. You also can call a branch library for more information.

The Milford-Miami Township Branch Library is hosting a LEGO contest for ages 5 and up. Create you own design and display it in the library. Take a walk around Promont House Museum in Milford and read a story along the way. Kids can learn jazz dance moves at Amelia or hip hop at Bethel.

What are you reading - or - watching this summer?

Learn to Draw and Paint

Join us at the Williamsburg Branch on Fridays at 9:30 a.m. beginning July 11 through August 1. Learn new drawing and painting techniques from instructor Kanyoung Kim who works in watercolor and acrylic. Improve your technique by focusing on light, shadows, perspective and shapes. Basic supplies provided, but you're also welcome to bring your own.

For more information or to register for the program, visit or call the library at 724-1070 or register online.