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  • What is Fake News Presented at the Kingston Public Library Fake news has been around for as long as human beings could communicate. Of course, over time, the methods of delivery have become more sophisticated. Sometimes it’s as innocuous as Hollywood gossip, while other times fake news can potentially have dire consequences. Fast forward to 2017 with the advent of ... Continue Reading
  • Allerton Artifacts at the Kingston Public Library In an effort to connect with more members of the Kingston community, the Kingston Public Library has put on display a group of artifacts from the Allerton Archaeological Site. We spoke with the library’s archivist to learn more about this fascinating exhibit. Continue Reading
  • Buoy Art Exhibit at The Kingston Public Library The Kingston Public Library is having a Gala Fundraising Event on April 7th to kick off a campaign for a new Library in Kingston. Over a dozen local artists decorated buoys as a fundraiser for the proposed new library. PCN stopped in to get the story. Continue Reading
  • Dungeons & Dragons at Kingston Public Library PCN PACTV Community News- The Kingston Public Library hosted a Dungeons and Dragons gaming event for players 13 and over. Dungeons and Dragons is a card game that helps build communications skills and creates a collaborative gaming environment. With wizards, witches, Dungeons and of course Dragons… All who attended had ... Continue Reading
  • Libraries Can be More Than Just Books -NY Times Libraries Can be More Than Just Books -NY TimesLibraries Can Be More Than Just Books By MATT A.V. CHABAN SEPT. 18, 2017 New York has an opportunity, one shared by cities across the country, to improve library infrastructure while creating badly needed housing. By using aging branches as sites for development, new libraries may rise with affordable apartments on top. The ... Continue Reading
  • We all need libraries! Watch We All Need Libraries! a fun, eye-opening 3-minute video about Massachusetts libraries and how much they are valued in their communities. For example, did you know that 5 million people attend the home games of the Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins — and 34 million Massachusetts residents visit ... Continue Reading