Category Archives: Kids Programs

Use this category for all kids programs.

June24th at 7pm – Magician Scott Jameson

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.

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May 25th – Handy Volunteers Needed!

Handy volunteers needed!

Do you have fix-it skills? Are you a tinkerer? If so, then come share your knowledge with the community!

We’re looking for volunteer coaches with the knowledge and skills to teach their neighbors how to prepare and repair tools for yard work, gardening tools, and bicycles.

Kingston’s first Fixit Clinic will take place on May 25th at the Highway Barn from 9am to noon. If you have the skills and want to help out your neighbors, contact Jean at jln12@comcast.net to sign up as a fix-it coach!

May 25th at 9am – Fix-it Clinic and Tool Exchange

The warm weather is almost here! Get your tools ready for yard work and your bike ready to ride! Join us on May 25th from 9am to noon at the Highway Barn behind the Town Hall and learn from expert volunteers on how to prepare and repair tools for Summer and Fall yard work, gardening tools, and bicycles.
 
If you have unwanted tools, don’t throw them away! In addition to the fix-it clinic, there will be a tool exchange where community members can give unwanted tools to others who may have a use for them.
For more information contact Jean at jln12@comcast.net.  Participants must provide their own parts and supplies.