Clendenin Branch Library
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Motion Masters Video Production produced two new television commercials for the Kanawha County Public Library System in January 2024. These new ads feature KCPL staff members and patrons, and are currently running on Optimum Cable’s most popular channels, including ESPN, CNN, HGT
If you sign up for a new card, get a replacement card, add or verify your email, or update your information or privilege at your branch during the month of September, you may pick out a v
The 2023 West Virginia Book Festival will be held at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center on Saturday, October 21st, featuring bestselling authors R.F. Kuang, William Kent Krueger, Mary Kay Andrews, Sherri Duskey Rinker, and Neema Avashia.
The 2023 West Virginia Book Festival will be held at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center on Saturday, October 21.
The Kanawha County Public Library returns to Sunday hours at its Main Library on March 5th, 2023. Sunday hours were discontinued with the onset of the COVID 19 crisis and the start of the Main Library renovation in 2020.
The Kanawha County Public Library will again offer free tax assistance in 2023. Federal and state forms are available at all KCPL locations and VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) will offer in-person tax preparation assistance beginning February 10th.
A hold locker is a self-service system that allows you to automatically have items that you have placed on hold be checked out to you when you pick them up. You will find the hold lockers on the 1st floor of the Charleston Library across from the Jacobson Tower.
Mark Totten, President of the Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O) Historical Society, donated copies of their children's book Chessie Takes A Train Trip to the Riverside Public Library to give out to Cedar Grove Elementary student