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Ninja Turtle Program

Join us for a free Ninja Turtle program at Harbin Memorial! We’ll have ninja turtle crafts, games, pizza and more on Saturday, April 4 from 10 a.m. to noon.

This program is for ages 3-12.

Space is limited for this program, so call 270-338-4760 as soon as possible to register your child for this program.

Teen Scene Fear Factor

Teens, here’s your chance to prove how brave you are! Join us for Teen Scene Fear Factor this Saturday, March 28, from 1 to about 2:30 p.m. at Central City Public Library.

Different activities will be set up to test your fears and see how you can handle them. Light refreshments will be available.

This event is for ages 11-19. Participants can be picked up after the event at the lower front door.

This event is free, and no pre-registration is required, so bring your friends and join us to find out what you’re really afraid of!

For more information, call 270-338-4760.

Libraries open March 9

Muhlenberg County Public Libraries will be open regular hours Monday, March 9.

Thistle Cottage to host Abraham Lincoln program

David Wolfe as Abraham LincolnFeb. 26, 2015

6:30 p.m.

Thistle Cottage


Muhlenberg County Public Libraries is excited to welcome Abraham Lincoln impersonator David Wolfe to Thistle Cottage on Feb. 26!
Wolfe, who has been recognized statewide by educators and other period re-enactors for his skill at portraying the 16th president, hails from Owensboro, Ky. He graduated from Brescia University with a degree in history, and he now travels around the nation to present his unique Lincoln persona.
Wolfe said he works hard to portray Lincoln as accurately as possible and to make his presentations as interesting and engaging as possible for all ages. He has a unique storytelling style, he said, and has been known to even involve audience members in the show to make sure everyone enjoys the performance. He usually incorporates the importance of education and reading into his performances and discusses Lincoln’s difficulties with bullies in addition to the story of Lincoln’s life and influence on our nation. And, of course, he is a re-enactor and will be dressed in full costume for the presentation.
Wolfe will visit the Muhlenberg County Public Libraries’ Thistle Cottage on Feb. 26 at 6:30 p.m. to present his show. Wolfe promises an educational but fun experience for all participants.
Thistle Cottage is located at 122 South Cherry Street in Greenville, Ky.
The presentation is free and open to all ages. We encourage everyone to join us for this fun event!
For more information about Wolfe, visit his Lincoln persona web site at
For more information about Wolfe’s upcoming presentation at Thistle Cottage, contact Muhlenberg County Public Libraries at 270-338-4760.

David Wolfe as Abraham Lincoln
Photos courtesy of

Presidents’ Day

Muhlenberg County Public Libraries will be closed Monday, Feb. 16 in observance of Presidents’ Day. We will reopen Tuesday.

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