Come join a new children’s Reading Club. We’ll meet every other week and we’ll be reading from a group-selected book. In addition, we’ll be mixing it up–discussing favorite characters; adding a related craft, game or activity; reading from a kid-friendly theater script and adding costumes for role-playing fun. The goal of this group is to support young readers! Please register your child (or children ) to help with materials planning. The instructor for this program is Angela Ball.
- To register contact: Stephanie Legg 781-585-0517 email@example.com
June meeting dates:
- June 13th
- June 27th
July meeting dates:
- July 11th
- July 25th
Starting June 12th, stop in the Children’s and Activities Room every Tuesday from 10-4 and play Chess, Checkers and other board games.
For more information contact: Stephanie Legg 781-585-0517 firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Knotty Knitters every Wednesday at the Kingston Public Library from 7 to 9 pm as we share our patterns, techniques and experience with each other in a relaxed and congenial atmosphere.
For more information contact
Story and Craft
Children of all ages are invited to drop-in the Children’s Room for a story and craft. Programs start at 10:30
- June 15th
- June 22nd
- June 29th
PJ Storytime is back for the summer. Drop-in and listen to new books and classic tales. All Ages through August 8. Programs start at 7pm
- June 6th
- June 13th
- June 20th
Scattered across the collections of the Local History Room, we have a sampling of items that represent the achievements—both great and small—that marked the lives of Kingston’s residents. From volunteering with the Girl Scouts to Citizen of the Year, these objects commemorate just a few of the accomplishments of this community.
Stop by to check out the exhibit!
Source: Image from the Kingston Schools Collection PC12.
Get in the game! Board games are now available for checkout at the Kingston Public Library! Stop by the lobby to check one out today, or browse through our collection here.
What is a little free library?
A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange. They come in many shapes and sizes, but the most common version is a small wooden box of books. Anyone may take a book or bring a book to share. Little Free Library book exchanges have a unique, personal touch. There is an understanding that real people are sharing their favorite books with their community.
Where are the little free libraries located?
The Little Free Libraries will be located in seven different locations around Kingston: Town Hall, Gray’s Beach, The Ah-de-nah, Rocky Nook Brewster Park, The Reed Community Building, Sampson Park, and Kingston Intermediate School. Libraries were built by the Silver Lake Regional High School Carpentry Program.
How can I donate books?
Once the little free libraries are up and running, simply find one near you and place your donations inside!
The Little Free Libraries are a Kingston Community Fun project, a collaboration of the Library, The Adams Center, Council on Aging & Recreation Departments