Adult events and classes have been announced at the Clark County Public Library for the remainder of August.
On Monday, Aug. 27, Diane P. Coon, an independent scholar and writer, will speak on the culture and history of some of Kentucky's most important colorful institutions, country stores.
Jerry Cecil, a Clark County historian and educator, will present a program on railroads in Clark County, and on Wednesday, Aug. 29, Harry Enoch, writer and historian, will speak on the history and times of Indian Old Fields.
Thursday, Aug. 30, James M. Prichard, research room supervisor of the Kentucky Archives, will present "Jesse James in Kentucky: Fact, Fiction and Folklore." Prichard will discuss the Kentucky roots of Jesse and his brother, Frank, and the crimes attributed to the James Gang in Kentucky.