The expansion project of the Anderson Public Library has just about reached the finish line as the Main Street location is starting to be filled with furniture, and the library has a set a date to begin moving back. According to the director of the library, Pam Marks, the library is planning to begin moving back […]
Are you tired of having to pay for a subscription to read local news online? The Anderson Public Library is pleased to announce a brand new way to read the Lexington Herald-Leader and many more newspapers and news magazines online for free by just using a library card. Called Newsbank, the digital resource offered through […]
Many changes have happened in over a year’s time for the library expansion project of the Anderson Public Library. Starting after the library finished moving to its temporary location at the end of September last year, the Main Street location has seen a total renovation and a major 8,000 square foot addition added to the […]
As construction comes to a close for the expansion project of the Anderson Public Library’s Main Street location, Matthew and Karine Maynard of Maynard Studios began installing the large railroad inspired art piece that has been in planning starting from the beginning of the year. The art piece, which flanks the archway heading to the new […]
Has your child ever asked a question that you don’t have an answer for? There is an amazing resource for children of all ages to inspire their curiosity and wonder about the world by asking questions. Called Wonderopolis, children get to learn by asking questions and reading answers on topics ranging from science and politics […]
America’s pastime was also Lawrenceburg’s as counties and cities around the state formed their own Bourbon Baseball League in the early 1900’s. Follow us as we explore the history of baseball in Anderson County. The earliest reference to the game in America dates all the way back to 1791 when Pittsfield, Massachusetts, passed an ordinance […]
Halloween is just around the corner, and for anyone planning a killer party, getting the perfect spooky music is a must. Check out these top 11 ghostly songs by downloading them for free by just using your Anderson Public Library card on Freegal, and turn your party into a thriller! 1. Thriller – Michael Jackson […]
The Anderson Public Library’s expansion project at the Main Street location is heading to the finish line as crews work on all areas of both the new and original portions of the building. In the original part, the biggest new feature is the grand circular fire place that will be the center piece of a […]
If you can’t get to the Anderson Public Library, the library’s outreach service can come to you with a stack of books and more, all for free. This also includes daycares and organizations around the county. Deborah Perry, the outreach specialist at the library, travels all around the county taking books, magazines, and audiobooks to […]
Any Anderson County resident can save many thousands of dollars each year with just a library card like one member of the Anderson Public Library who has saved nearly $8300 and counting. Toni Harrison is an avid reader and enjoys checking out a bag of books nearly every week from the library. “It’s my entertainment,” […]
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