During Teen Tech Week, March 6-12, Kern County Library branches make time to showcase digital resources, technology, creative projects, and services that are available to help teens succeed in school and prepare for college.
With the theme, “Create It At Your Library,” several KCL branches are holding activities for teens to participate in creating hands-on projects […]
Tax season is upon us, once again. That frustrating feeling of, do I have to pay this year or how much will I get back?, always lingers. Tax season is hard every year, especially with all the new laws and information. Seeing your taxes filed can completed on time though is a big relief.
Kern County Library […]
With love in the air, the Kern County Library will be playing cupid by inviting you to reunite with a new or old flame…your local library.
Why should you declare your love to Kern County Library? All KCL branches are sanctuaries away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life; they offer security, peace, and quiet, […]
The NFL Superbowl is not just a game, its an experience. The mixture of sports, music, family, friends, and food make it the ultimate experience.
Whether you’ll be watching the game, the commercials or waiting for the half-time entertainer, brushing up on some great Super Bowl facts from the past and present to make yourself sound […]
Thursday, February 4th marks the American observance of Rosa Louise McCauley Parks. On December 5th, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat in Montgomery, Alabama to a white man. In this moment she became an iconic symbol in the Civil Rights Movement. Below are five interesting facts you should know about “the […]