Young Adults

Young Adults

Whether you’re catching up on homework, studying for your driver’s test, or just need a place to relax, we are here to help.

Need a quiet place to study?

Schedule our study room or use one of the many tables throughout the library.

Trying to get your driver’s license?

Need to print out the eligibility letter? Come to the library and print it for $0.20.

Thinking about college?

Learning Express has ACT, SAT, PSAT, plus AP test prep.

The College Board Book of Majors can help you narrow down your major.

Here’s a list of the top 175 scholarships.

If you love the library and need service hours, come to TLC!

TLC (Teen Library Council) is a group passionate about cultivating and improving library services for teens.

What to expect at TLC

  • You’ll work with a team to develop new ideas, such as how to design our new teen area.
  • Plan, attend, and lead teen events.
  • Earn volunteer hours by attending meetings and helping with special projects.
  • Be a library ambassador to your school, groups you’re involved in, and on social media.
  • The valuable volunteer, leadership, and community experience you’ll gain is great to list on a resume or college application.

Need some entertainment?

We’re a library after all, so come check out the latest reads!

We also offer programs with you in mind!

To get involved or for more information, contact Megan at or (502) 633-3803.

More resources!

To log in:

  1. Enter your 14-digit library card number, the entire number on the back of your card. (i.e., 23610704097509)
  2. Your PIN is the last four digits of your library card number. (i.e., 7509)

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