Or, use your library card to place holds on materials using the online catalog.
Paws for Reading
Kids can practice their reading and meet registered therapy dog Benny with Paws for Reading! Families can register for a 15 minute time slot every Tuesday from 4:00-5:00 pm to read and learn more about therapy dogs by clicking here.
Looking for someone to help you with your tech questions? Make an appointment to work one on one with our technology expert! In each appointment, you'll get 30 minutes with our tech expert where you can get answers to questions involving software, applications, devices, and more.
From Your Library
Explore Oceans of Possibilities This Summer
Explore Oceans of Possibilities this summer at the library! A new edition of Connect is on shelves today. Pick one up or read online to discover what's in store.
Join our Bone Chilling Book Club to discuss a horror, mystery, thriller, or suspense novel every month. Our next meeting is Tuesday, May 17 at 7:00 pm in Meeting Room A&B and online via Zoom to discussInvisible by James Patterson. Register here.
Youth Services Coordinator Maria Simon & WCDPL Win BG Chamber of Commerce Awards
May 7 was truly a day for celebration! During the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting, our Youth Services Coordinator, Maria Simon, was awarded the Athena Award for her outstanding work as a nationally and locally known literacy expert and outstanding library advocate. WCDPL was also honored to receive the Customer Service Award for being an important pillar in the lives of people in our community. We are so proud and pleased to be a part of the Bowling Green community! You can read more about the awards and award winners here.
Teens: Volunteen at the Library This Summer
Youth ages 11 and older are encouraged to sign up to be a Volunteen at WCDPL for the Summer Reading Program: Oceans of Possibilities! Volunteens assist the library in a variety of ways including registering readers, helping at programs, and organizing materials. Schedules are very flexible and the work is fun.
It's Local History Month! To celebrate, we're posting things all month long from our Local History Collection on our social media. The Millikin Hotel was one of the finest and most well-known hotels in Bowling Green’s history. It was built by William Millikin around 1897 and ran as a hotel until the 1950s. It was known for its quality lodging as well as an exceptional dining experience. These photos of the hotel’s Thanksgiving menu from 1901 provide a little “taste” of what dinner was like at the Millikin. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter for more Local History posts!