Welcome to the Gallatin County Public Library
It's as easy as 1-2-3 to begin reading books, listening to them or music or watching videos on your e-Reader, MP3, computer or android phone. Step 1 is browsing for what you'd like to have - start on our website and click on the Overdrive icon. Step 2 is checking out the materials you'd like to have and step 3 is downloading them! You never have to worry about returning them to us because when they expire, they're automatically returned! It's SO easy! Sign up today with your library card!
Join us for a cookout on Wednesday June 5th @ Noon with Animal Tales to follow @1:00, featuring live animals from across the Globe!
Tuesday June 11th from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Dinner will precede The Kent & Gloria Fox Show! At 6:30 the program begins with music, stories and puppets!
Tuesday, June 18th @ 1:30 PM for "The Borrowers"
Tuesday, June 25th @ 1:30 PM for "Mousehunt."
We will have a drawing at each for the winner to take home the movie shown! Plan to join us for some "cool" summer fun!
Reserve the date - Thursday evening, July 25th beginning at 6:30 PM for ages 12 and up. This will be the night we award the grand prize for ages 12-17 - a Kindle FIRE! More details to follow!
MAPP is a strategic approach Three Rivers District Health Department (TRDHD) uses to improve its residents' health and safety. This tool, which has been implemented in the four counties that comprise TRDHD, helps communities improve health and quality of life through community-wide strategic planning. Using the MAPP process, communities work together to improve health by identifying and using their resources wisely, taking into account their unique circumstances and needs, and forming effective partnerships for strategic action.
Click on the title above to access the plan!
To access the Community Health Assessment go to http://www.trdhd.com/docTRDHD/incommunity/CHA_Book.pdf.
Click on Ask Why KY to connect with a live librarian! Ask Why KY is a virtual reference service that allows questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Kentuckians can go on-line and "chat" with a knowledgeable and highly trained reference librarian. Questions can also be submitted via e-mail. Within minutes, questions can be researched and a real answer from a trustworthy source can be sent directly to your computer.
OCLC, a worldwide library cooperative based in Ohio, makes the 24/7 service possible. When local librarians aren’t on duty, OCLC librarians pick up the questions and provide answers.
This is a web site that provides GED Test Preparation, Job Skills and Tips for Everyday Life. Check it out at fastforwardky.com !
Did you know that we have a great electronic resource available to you to assist you in preparing to take the SAT, ACT, GED or the firefighter or police officer exams? Learning Express Library is accessible on all of our computers, and to you at home on yours through our library web site. There are also Business Writing Skills Success Courses, Job Search and Success Skills Courses and Job & Career Help.Click on Learning Express Library above to prepare for YOUR future! All that's needed is for you to create a user name and password and you're on the road to your future - no cost to you at all! Try it today!
There are also Business Writing Skills Success Courses, Job Search and Success Skills Courses and Job & Career Help.Click on Learning Express Library above to prepare for YOUR future! All that's needed is for you to create a user name and password and you're on the road to your future - no cost to you at all! Try it today!
Click on Learning Express Library above to prepare for YOUR future! All that's needed is for you to create a user name and password and you're on the road to your future - no cost to you at all! Try it today!
a contributing community partner of the Gallatin County Public Library.
If you, or someone you know are not able to enjoy books or magazines because you cannot see well or cannot handle library materials due to a disability, take advantage of a free service - KY Talking Books Library. You can call 1-800-372-2968 to sign up, or you can contact us at the library. You will receive books and magazines on casettes and a casette player - all delivered to your door.