Blogs

Butler County Libraries

Published: March 10th, 2020 - by: Kiley

Public libraries have a history rich with innovation and determined individuals.  Andrew Carnegie paved the way for many of the libraries in Butler County through funding and advocating.  In addition to his contributions, local Women’s clubs championed for public libraries. These women not only took care of the day-to-day tasks of running the libraries but also gathered books and oversaw funding and staffing.  


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Galentine’s Day 2020

Published: January 31st, 2020 - by: Tiffany

Galentine’s Day is February 13 and we’ve got a few ideas to help you celebrate with your favorite squad.

From shopping and chocolate to wine and spas, Butler County has plenty of options for you to spend the day with your best gals. Here are 10 unique ways to celebrate Galentine’s Day in Butler County.


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Give Local

Published: November 25th, 2019 - by: Kiley

In Butler County, we believe in supporting local businesses, and we want you to support them too!  What better way to give during the holidays than by shopping at locally-owned stores?! There’s no time like the present to hop on the local trend, and support your community businesses.


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Exploring Butler County? Alpaca My Map

Published: October 4th, 2019 - by: Kiley

National Alpaca Days fall during the last weekend of September, but for our local alpaca farmers, every day is National Alpaca Day!  Butler County has the privilege to host several beautiful farms where you can visit these funky, furry friends and learn some fun-paca facts while you’re out exploring.  So, let’s help our farmers celebrate! Alpaca party hat.


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