Did you know you can read eBooks and listen to audiobooks as part of our Summer Reading Programs? Our programs give you the chance to win prizes for any book you read, even if it’s in digital or audio format.
SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for young adults. From May 15th to August 13th, SYNC gives away two complete audiobook downloads a week – a current young adult title along with a thematically paired …
A big congratulations to the winners of our Literary Elements Puzzle Contest! North Regional Library patron Bonnie B. (pictured here), South Regional Library patron Ashleigh M. and Jefferson Street Branch patron Chris D. (pictured below) …
Martin Cooperson, Electronic Resources Librarian, will conduct free classes for adults at several public libraries in Lafayette. For a complete list of programs and times click on the following link. Registration information will be also …
Congratulations to all of our Teen Summer Reading Program winners so far! Winners are drawn every week, so keep logging books in order to keep being entered to win.
Chloe L., Jefferson Street Branch
Maria W., …
These beautiful oils will be displayed at the Galerie Lafayette from June 12– July 29 at the Jefferson Street Branch. The work will be featured at ArtWalks on June 14 and July 12.
Theresa’s works reflect …
Teen volunteers are needed for voice actors, puppeteers and behind-the-scenes help for family puppet shows. Registration begins Friday, May 30.
July 29, 30, and 31
10:00 – 11:30 am
South Regional Library
“Symphony of Colors”: Oils by Laurie Legnon exhibit at Galerie Lafayette in the Jefferson Street Branch. Featured at ArtWalk on August 9 and September 13.
Laurie was born and raised in Iberia Parish along the Bayou …
Interested in 3D modeling, 3D printing, and learning about both? How about learning computer programming using LEGO Mindstorm and Scratch?
Check out the SPARK Lab Wednesday afternoons this summer at the South Regional Library. The SPARK Lab …
The Lafayette Genealogical Society presents “Genealogy 101,” a series of presentations for the research novice and expert alike. The group also holds monthly meetings featuring guest speakers. Anyone interested in genealogy may attend either event. All meetings are …
Get one-on-one help to learn how to use your computer, tablet, eReader or smartphone to access FREE library eBooks, audiobooks and eMagazines!
South Regional Library 981-1028
August 5 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Jefferson Street Branch 261-5787
August 12 1:00 – 3:00 …
Join us for the Second Saturday ArtWalk held each month at the Galerie Lafayette in the Jefferson Street Branch. ArtWalk takes place from 6:00 – 8:30 PM.
“Symphony of Colors”: Oils by Laurie Legnon featured at ArtWalk …
The Center for Louisiana Studies presents this series that allows you to meet authors and fellow readers, explore the writing process and discover new books.
South Regional Library Auditorium
Thursday, August 14
Game Changers: The Rousing Legacy of …
The State Library of Louisiana announced the Louisiana winners of the Spark a Reaction Teen Video Challenge 2014 held by the Collaborative Summer Library Program. Teens Ian MacFadyen, John Warner Leblanc, Garrett Bueche, James Holland, Stewart …
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