The library is conducting a survey of our users to help evaluate services over the next 3-5 year. To take the survey click here: BCPL Survey An important part of the long range planning process for the Boyd County Public Library is to get input from you, our patrons. Input from our customers is critical to helping us evaluate the current library and plan for the future. By completing this survey now you will help the Director and Trustees better understand the … Continue reading
Join us on November 21st for our last Conceal Carry class of the year. Class begins at 9am and will last around 7 hours. Registration forms are available online, at all branches, or contact Ben Nunley at 606-329-0518 X 1210 to reserve your spot.
Bring your kids into any of our branches during the whole month of November to write a letter to Santa! One letter per day will be selected and posted on our Facebook page from Dec. 1st thru Dec. 20th.
Want to renew a book or place on one hold? There’s an app for that. Need to know how late Boyd County Public Library is open on Fridays? There’s an app for that. Want to download your favorite author’s latest novel (for free)? There’s an app for that, too! BCPL just launched a mobile app that puts all the great features and services of the library at your fingertips, on the go. You can instantly tap into library resources from … Continue reading
By Ben Nunley, BCPL circulation supervisor Do you have a Boyd County Public Library card in your wallet or purse? Pull it out. That powerful little piece of plastic now gives you access to thousands of free streaming movies and television shows. That’s because BCPL recently joined the Library Ideas network of Public Library websites, which offers access to the Freegal Movies and Television Service. Freegal (the name is derived from “free and legal”) is a new digital service with … Continue reading
Just in time for Halloween – use your Boyd County Public Library card to checkout a ghost-hunting kit! A kit to explore paranormal activities is just one of the many new and unusual items in the Checkout Your Community program at BCPL. Other items you might not expect to be able to take home with your library card include night vision goggles, metal detectors, fishing poles and a Frisbee golf set. We also recently added chess and checkers sets to … Continue reading