Here are some of the things we’re planning at the Library over the next few months.
- October 13th at 1pm – The Friends of the Kingston Public Library Annual Book Sale The Friends of the Kingston Public Library annual Book Sale will be held outside on Saturday, October 13, 2018 Rain or Shine from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Kingston Public Library, 6 Green Street. This year’s collection includes thousands of paperbacks, children’s books, novels in almost perfect condition, art books, and a whole Dewey Decimal System of ... Continue Reading
- Wednesday Afternoon Reading Club Come join a new children’s Reading Club for children aged 7-10. We’ll meet every other week and read 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 ... Continue Reading
- October 1st at 7 PM- Invasive Species of the Northeast with Bob Michelson Bob Michelson will present “Invasive Species of the Northeast” on Monday, October 1 at 7PM at the Kingston Council on Aging, 30 Evergreen Street. In this program, attendees will learn about several invasive species that are frequently seen in the Northeast. They will also learn how to help stop the spread ... Continue Reading
- Wednesday October 3rd – STEM Playgroup for Preschoolers Children ages 3-6 with a caregiver are invited to attend a STEM Playgroup sponsored by the South Shore Community Action Council. This is a six-week program and registration is strongly suggested due to space consideration. To register or for more information, please contact Debbie Wightman 508-747-7575 Ext. 6247 or email her ... Continue Reading
- Friday October 5th at 1pm – Friends of the Kingston Public Library Meeting The Friends meet the first Friday of the month at 1p.m. in the Library meeting room. We are a group of dedicated volunteers who raise funds year round to provide services to the Library and the Community. Consider joining us — new ideas and suggestions are most welcome and very important ... Continue Reading