Launch of ‘Canine Stick Library’ on April 1st

Collect, borrow or salvage – join the Carnegie Public Library, dog park committee members, guests of Red Collar Pet Foods, local officials and other owners of dogs and their pooches at the dog park for a special event.

The dog park is located in Chrisman Park and the event is scheduled for 2 p.m. on Friday, April 1. Don’t be fooled, this event is the “Inaugural Stick Throw” and the beginning of the “Carnegie Canine Stick Library”.

You’ve probably seen the adorable memes on social media featuring a “stick library” for dogs to borrow fodder for playtime. Now Washington Court House will have its own resource for its beloved dogs.

Since 2016, the Dog Park has been a destination for dog owners and their furry friends looking for a safe place to exercise and play. Made up of dedicated citizens, the Dog Park Committee developed and proposed a plan for the park, then raised funds for fences, benches, and more.

The Washington City Courthouse now operates the park, which has separate areas for small dogs and large dogs. We hope that members of the community will join us for this delicious dedication.

To stay connected with the Carnegie Public Library, follow the library’s social media pages @cplwcho or the website – www.cplwcho.org. The library’s online resources are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Information about all library resources can be found on the library’s website or by calling the Washington Court House Library at 740-335 -2540.

In other library news, coming this Friday at 4:30 p.m., artists ages 8-12 are invited to #DrawThisInYourStyleCarnegie. Join us to relax, draw and chat.

Then, on Saturday March 26 at 11 a.m., engineers aged 5 to 12 are invited to “Robot Day! Build robots with Aaron using robot kits and Legos.

Next week, “Bigfoot Returns!” is scheduled for Thursday, March 31 at 6 p.m., Dusty Ruth, a BFRO (Bigfoot Research Organization) investigator and member of the Northern Kentucky Research Group, will present casts and photographic evidence, along with audio examples. At the end of his presentation, Dusty will try to answer questions from the participants. Please call the library to register, places will be limited.

The dogs, Rufus and Layla, seem to enjoy the stick library.

Daniel and Jennifer Kasberg’s dogs, Rufus and Layla, try the Stick Library.


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