Hours

CurbsideStill available
Monday8-6; curbside service available
Tuesday8-6; curbside service available
Wednesday8-6; curbside service available
Thursday8-8; curbside service available
Friday8-5; curbside service available
Saturday8-3; curbside service available
SundayClosed

Follow Us!

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Audiobooks and eBooks

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How can I get eBooks and Audiobooks on my device?

  • Have your library card and pin number ready. 
  • Download the Libby app on your device. 
  • Follow the onscreen prompts to search for Fleming County Public Library and sign in using your library card. (If you have trouble or need assistance, please call us at 606-845-7851 and ask for Paula McGraw, or bring your device to the library for assistance during open hours.)

 

 

 

 

Book-A-Librarian

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Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a librarian for up to one hour. We can assist with topics such as browsing our catalog, using online databases or downloading ebooks and audiobooks.

 

Give us a call at 606-845-7851 and a librarian will contact you as soon as possible. Virtual, phone and in-person sessions are available.

 

 

Some things we are unable to help with:

 

We do not provide medical, tax, legal, or business advice or opinions.
We cannot type or proofread your documents.
We do not offer technical support or troubleshooting except when it relates to library resources.

Also, we cannot offer troubleshooting or maintenance help with personal computers or mobile devices.

 

 

 

 

 

Cypress Resume

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Tutor.com

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This database is brought to you by a partnership between Fleming County Public Library and Fleming County School District and is completely free for you to use. Service is available noon to midnight Sunday through Saturday.

Features:

*Online tutoring and homework help
*Math
*Science
*Writing
*English
*Spanish
*Social Studies
*AP Classes
*ACT/SAT Prep

And not just for school kids!
On-demand, online tutoring for nursing and healthcare
GED
Citizenship
Job Search Assistance
Resumes
Applications
Cover Letters
Computer Skills-MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint

All from the convenience of your home or visit us at the library to use our computers.

Click on the link on our website main page for Tutor.com
 

Crafting Kids

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For ages 6-10
Meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month from 4:00-5:00 pm
Each month we will explore different avenues of creativity!
Registration is required to ensure we will have plenty of supplies for everyone.
Call the library at 606-845-7851 or stop in to see this month's project and sign up for the class.

Checkout

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Beginning January 1st, 2020, staff will require that you present your library card or ID to check out materials. (Although many of you are long time library users, please understand that not all staff know you.) 

During the month of January 2020, we will offer you a FREE new or replacement card. Thereafter, the cost of a new card continues to be free, but a replacement card is $1.00.

All items will be checked out on your card/account.  We will not allow checkout on other patron’s cards. 

This ensures that your library account is secure.

Once a year we update cards, so a new address or phone number may need to be changed, which assists us in calling for held items or in sending overdues in a timely manner.
 

 

   

Remind is a simple way to keep connected! You will receive text messages with reminders for upcoming programs and any changes there may be. Standard text fees apply. You may sign up for as many as you would like.

If you would like reminders for specific upcoming programs, please text the following code to 81010.             

      

 

Nature Club

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For ages 6-10
2nd Wednesday of the month
4:30-5:30 pm

 

A different focus on our natural world each month. Please see the library calendar for more details.

 

 

Driver's Ed Program

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To access our Driving-Tests.org partner site, please visit http://fleming.driving-tests.org/kentucky/ 

 

Call (606) 845-7851 for more information!

Get Homework Help

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1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

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Ages birth to 5 years old


For kids ages birth to kindergarten we are joining the nationwide challenge to complete 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. Families may register at the library, and will then receive a form to track the books that are read. All books will count, and books may be read more than once. Children will receive rewards and incentives along the way as we track their reading on a special bulletin board at the library. Any age between birth and 5 may start this challenge. 

Art Club

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For ages 11-18
Meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 4:00-5:00 pm
Each month we will explore a new medium or type of art skill.
Registration required to ensure we will have plenty of supplies for everyone.
Call the library or stop in to see this month's project and sign up for the class.

 

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