Boone County Public Library
Discover. Explore. Experience.

Jim Gill Live!

Jim Gill

Image (c) Jim Gill

Where: Main Library
When: March 31 at 7:00 p.m.

Every Jim Gill concert is an opportunity for family play! In concert, Jim strums energetic rhythms on his banjo while everyone claps, sings, dances and even sneezes along to the silly and inspiring musical games that he creates.

The concert will feature songs from his newest CD release, Vote For Jim Gill! Jim will also lead families in active favorites such as Spin Again and his Silly Dance Contest!

Jim Gill is a musician and author with unique credentials among children's artists. He is a child development specialist, completing his graduate studies in child development at the Erikson Institute of Chicago with a special emphasis on the study of play. For this reason, each of Jim's recordings and books is created as an opportunity for playful interactions between a child and a caring adult. Anyone who has experienced one of Jim's family concerts knows that rather than performing for the children and parents, Jim leads them to sing and play together.

Concert at the Library: Na Skylark

Where: Main Library
When: March 24 at 7:00 p.m.

Na Skylark is a Kentucky-based band that performs contemporary Celtic music on traditional Irish instruments.

Na Skylark

Image (c) Na Skylark

Real History, Real People - Firsthand Stories from WWII

Meet three men who lived through WWII - each with a different story to tell. One grew-up Jewish in Germany, one was a Doolittle Raider, and the third lived in a Japanese internment camp with his family. For more detail, please check our blog post on BCPL Undiscovered.

Florence HVAC - Invitation to Bid

Boone County Public Library is requesting Lump Sum bids for work described as an HVAC Renovation to the Florence Library Branch of the Boone County Public Library in Florence, Kentucky. Please view Invitation for Bids for full detail. Interested parties should complete and turn-in the Quote Sheet by the specified time.

Lents Branch Relocation Project

For more information regarding the Lents Branch relocation project in Hebron, take a look at our blog post and our FAQ.

Site Menu