Kingston Selectman Josh Warren invites Stephen Clinch, the President of the Kingston Public Library Foundation, and Ellen Cook, Board Member of the Kingston Public Library Foundation on his show to discuss the Foundation’s work supporting the Kingston Public Library.
Cook & Clinch share what the foundation has been up to and what exciting events and programs residents can expect in the coming months.
Join us in the Children’s Room at 10:30 for a story or two, a song or two and a craft. All ages are welcome, and all children will need to come with a caregiver. No registration necessary.
November 5th, 8th, 12th, 15th, 19th, 22nd, and 26th
The Kingston Public Library has received a grant to offer programming to the community on financial topics including: credit, banking, home buying, retirement and estate planning, investing, budgeting, shopping, insurance, and paying for college. Please help us plan for this grant by taking the survey below.
Join the fun every Monday at 5:30 in the Activities Room in the Children’s Department. Build to our theme, or build anything you like! For more information contact Mike at the library at 781-585-0517 x6273 or email email@example.com
Children of all ages are invited to a fun storytime featuring Leigh and her Puppet Friends. This is a drop-in program and is held in the Children’s Room. Program sponsored by The Friends of the Kingston Public Library.
The Friends meet the first Friday of the month. We are a group of dedicated volunteer who raise funds year round to provide services to the Library and community. Consider joining the us, new idea and suggestions are most welcome and very important to us.
After the success of last year’s sale and how much everyone enjoyed the extra space at the Kingston Council on Aging, we are going back again for the Fall Book Sale. Please join us!
The Kingston Public Library, 6 Green St., will host a Foster Parent Information Session at 6:00 p.m. Nov. 5 for residents interested in becoming a foster parent.
Across Massachusetts children are in need of a caring foster family. When parents and relatives aren’t able to provide the proper care and support for a child, the Department of Children and Families looks to foster families for help.
Attendees can learn about the process of becoming a foster parent, get information about foster parent training, and find resources about foster parent support programs. Additionally, there will be a foster parent available to answer any questions. Registration is requested and can be completed by clicking the button below, or visiting the library’s online calendar at www.kingstonpubliclibrary.org or by calling the library at 781-585-0517 ext 6278
The Library Board of Trustees meet on the first Tuesday of every month at the Adams Center. Exceptions will be posted on the Kingston Public Library website. These meetings are open to the public.
Janell Burley Hofmann is the author of the book, iRules: What Every Tech-Healthy Family Needs to Know About Selfies, Sexting, Gaming and Growing Up. She is also a speaker and consultant on topics like technology, media, health, relationships and personal growth.
Janell engages readers, clients and audiences in relevant and meaningful conversations igniting personal empowerment, awareness and purpose. She serves families, schools and communities in a partnership that will positively impact the lives of children and teens.
Join Janell on November 5th at 6pm at the Kingston Intermediate School located at 65 2nd Brook Street for a discussion on raising tech healthy families. Donations to benefit the Kingston Public Library