With winter gone and warm weather on the horizon, Kingston’s Little Free Libraries are back up and running! Looking for a good read? Stop by one of the little free libraries and take a book! Have a good book you’d like to share? Drop it off in one of the libraries for someone else to enjoy!
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 are located in seven different locations around Kingston: Town Hall, Gray’s Beach, The Ah-de-nah, The Police Station, 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?
Donating books is easy! 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
The library holds a universe of stories, what’s yours?
Share your original story, poem, song, image, or video and earn an additional chance to win this summer!
For more information, contact the Library at 781-585-0517
Here’s how it works:
1. Submit your story, poem, song, image, or video to http://bit.ly/creatorsraffle
2. Enjoy stories shared by other participants and view your own online at http://bit.ly/creatorscollection
3. Be entered to win a raffle prize!
The Board of Library Trustees meet on the first Tuesday of every month at the Kingston Town House. Meeting dates may be changed to accommodate holidays, Town Meetings, and other events. These meetings are open to the public.
For more information contact the library at 781-585-0517
PROGRAM IS FULL
Kick-off your Summer Reading Program tonight! See the show audiences are calling ‘Superb!’, ‘A blast!’, and ‘Heartwarming fun for the whole family.’
Join magician and juggler Scott Jameson for an extraordinary performance that will have you laughing out loud and perched on the very edge of your seat.Umbrellas will be plucked from thin air, a drawing will come to life, basketballs will be spun and juggled, and the audience will travel through time. Open to ages 5 and up with an adult. Don’t miss it! This program is brought to you by the Duxbury Free Library and the Kingston Public Library!
The 2019 Summer Reading Program is sponsored by the Kingston Public Library, the Friends of the Kingston Public Library, the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, the Massachusetts Library System and the Boston Bruins! Please register online using the register button below or call Stephanie at 781-585-0517 x6282.
The Kingston club, South Shore Soliloquy, was chartered in 1996, and currently has about 30 members. We meet at the Adams Center, 33 Summer Street, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, 7:30 — 9:30. For more information please call Ed Craven at 781-771-9302 or e-mail Ed at email@example.com.
This program is sponsored by the Kingston Public Library.
Join us at 7pm for our monthly meeting of Crime in the Catacombs: A True Crime Podcast Club. This month we’ll be discussing the podcast “To Live and Die in LA” as well as picking our topic for July. The podcast can be found for free on various apps including Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify.
Our monthly meetings will take place at the Adams Center located at 33 Summer Street in Kingston. For more information contact the library at 781-585-0517.
The podcasts for this group often contain mature themes and may not be appropriate for sensitive listeners. This event is for ages 18 and up and registration is not required.
The Beatles are one of the most influential bands in music history. With an estimated 73 million viewers, the “Lads from Liverpool” burst onto the scene in 1964 on The Ed Sullivan Show. On April 4, 1964 they became the only artists to ever occupy the top five spots of the Billboard Hot 100 chart simultaneously. They would go on to release landmark albums like Revolver and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band . They consistently broke musical barriers and have sold more than one billion records.
Fran Hart, founding member of the Beatles tribute band 4EverFab, will perform live music with a multi-media presentation to explore – not only the music of The Beatles – but the influence they exerted on the cultural landscape. The presentation is free and open to all and will take place at the Kingston Council on Aging on Monday, July 22, at 1:00PM. The Council on Aging is at 30 Evergreen Street in Kingston.
This presentation is sponsored by the Kingston Public Library and the Kingston Council on Aging and is supported in part by a grant from the Kingston Cultural Council. Please register using the button below. For more information contact Al the library at 781-585-0517 x6279 or email firstname.lastname@example.org