We have just uploaded a brand new database. A first of it’s kind, and it’s right here on our website. The new database is a searchable list of Kentucky deaths from 2000-2012. Here is a link to the database page with a link on it. http://thebookplace.org/genealogy/databases/
The long awaited death certificates are here. Be sure to come and get the ones you need!
By Renee Schmutz-Sowards, BCPL circulation specialist By odd coincidence, last fall I spent more days than not in some form of historical dress. Whether it was for Downton Abby tea parties, steampunk balls, art shows, or Tudor and Elizabethan reenactments, each fantastic gown went the requisite historically accurate undergarments – including corsets. Later, while recovering from a hectic season and enjoying being back in my “civilian” dress, I often found myself considering corsets as I dressed each morning. I had … Continue reading
Boyd County Public Library will host its annual Haunt the Library youth event on Friday, October 28 The program starts at 11 a.m. at the Main and Kyova branches. Caregivers are invited to bring children under 12 that are dressed in costume to parade through the Library. Staff will be “haunting” all areas of the building ready to give treats to their young guests. There will also be pumpkin decorating after the trick or treating ends. Library staff will also … Continue reading
Reviewed by Amy Colegrove, BCPL youth services specialist The Maze Runner series by James Dashner is so popular right now, and as a fan of the book series, I decided that it was time to discover other books written by the author. To my surprise, I found that Dashner has written other series in addition to The Maze Runner: The Jimmy Fincher Saga and The 13th Reality series, as well as a contributor to The Infinity Ring series. I’m such … Continue reading
Boyd County Public Library this month launched a mobile app that puts all the great features and services of the library at your fingertips, on the go. With it, you can instantly tap into library resources from any mobile phone or tablet connected to the internet – anytime, anywhere. “Everyone lives on their mobile phones these days, so it’s important for the library to be easily accessible whenever and wherever people need access to our staff and rich resources,” said … Continue reading