stories

Saturday Storytime

Saturday Storytime for children ages 0-5 will be held every second Saturday of the month from 10:00 –11:00 a.m. with the first program on Saturday, September 10th. Storytime is an opportunity for young children (0-5) to interact with their caregiver/s with books, music, dancing, and activities. Storytime will be in the children’s area, unless otherwise instructed.Pre-registration is NOT required.

Saturday Storytime

Saturday Storytime for children ages 0-5 will be held every second Saturday of the month from 10:00 –11:00 a.m. with the first program on Saturday, September 10th. Storytime is an opportunity for young children (0-5) to interact with their caregiver/s with books, music, dancing, and activities. Storytime will be in the children’s area, unless otherwise instructed.Pre-registration is NOT required.

Saturday Storytime

Saturday Storytime for children ages 0-5 will be held every second Saturday of the month from 10:00 –11:00 a.m. with the first program on Saturday, September 10th. Storytime is an opportunity for young children (0-5) to interact with their caregiver/s with books, music, dancing, and activities. Storytime will be in the children’s area, unless otherwise instructed.Pre-registration is NOT required.

Saturday with Scrooge – at Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

Come on out to the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library for Saturday with Scrooge! Mr. Scrooge will read a story at 2:00 pm and will be available for photos after. They’ll have crafts and activities appropriate for ages 5 and under.

 

Story Time with the Trail of Tears Commission

Kristina, the historian for the Trail of Tears Commission, will be the Library’s special guest for Story Time to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. She’ll be telling Cherokee stories and wearing traditional dress. After the stories, the kids will be making their own dance fans.

Native American Heritage Month at Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center

Make your way over to the Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center each Saturday in November to help celebrate National Native American Heritage Month! The Heritage Center will celebrate this historic month each Saturday at 12:00 noon with “Story Time Saturday”, a collection of children’s fables and stories as told by Kristina Scott, the center’s tour guide.

Kristina will be dressed in a Native American Tear Dress, much like a woman would wear back in the 1800’s. Guests are encouraged to bring a sack lunch to enjoy while hearing stories. And new this year–children’s crafts!

Be sure to also ask about supporting Volunteers for Cherokee Children, an organization that collects donations for Cherokee children of all ages who are in need.

Our Town Hoptown: African American Voices – at Hopkinsville Community College

This program celebrates the influence of Ted Poston and the short stories he wrote about growing up here. Local voices will share their own childhood stories and experiences.

For more information on the Big Read Hopkinsville 2019, visit https://www.facebook.com/thebigreadhopkinsville .

HYPE Haunted Hoptown Walking Tour

This event is for members of Hopkinsville Young Professionals Engage (HYPE) Only! A public version is offered on Halloween.
Starts at Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum

Haunt the streets with us as we share some of Hoptown’s strangest, most bizarre, and darkest stories. From murder and mystery to tragedy and scandal – this tour is sure to put a spooky twist on Our Town.

For more information on the Big Read Hopkinsville 2019, visit https://www.facebook.com/thebigreadhopkinsville .