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February 13th 10am – 2pm – US Census Bureau 2020 Job Table

On the Census Team, every one counts, from the recent graduate to the career statistician whose analysis of statistical methodology puts you on the leading edge. Joining Census gives you the opportunity to put your skills to work in a challenging environment where innovation is part of the mission.

The US Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people across the country to assist with the 2020 Census count.

Census jobs provide:

  • Great pay
  • Flexible hours
  • Weekly pay
  • Paid training

Stop by the Library on February 13th from 10AM to 2PM to find out more.

New Classes in March – Drawing with the Apple Pencil

This is an opportunity for Library Patrons of all ages to experience the excitement of creating digital art with the latest in tools and software.

We will be offering this course during Saturdays for students 8 to 12 starting March 14th.  Classes for ages 13 and older will begin on March 11th
Sessons will take place in the Adams Center.  Please plan for your child to attend all three sessions as they build on one another.

All materials are provided.  You will have an iPad & Pencil designated for student use throughout the course.  Class sizes are limited so you are advised to register as soon as possible.

 

Students 8 to 12:
Register button

 

 

Students 13 and Older:
Register button

 

 

Questions? Email Steve Clinch at shclinch1@gmail.com or call him at 781-690-0320

A basket of yarn

Weekly – Knotty Knitters

Tonight’s meeting of the Knotty Knitters has been cancelled. See you next week.

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
Maryanne Driscoll
781-585-0517 x115
mdriscol@kingstonpubliclibrary.org

Automatic Renewals at the Kingston Public Library

Starting January 2nd Automatic Renewals are Coming to Your Library Account

How Does Automatic Renewal Work?

  • Most items (Books, DVDs, CDs, Magazines) will be automatically renewed
  • If you owe $15 or more your automatic renewal will be declined
  • You will receive an email to notify you of successful renewals
  • You will receive an email or text notice for items that were not renewed

What Items are Excluded?

  • Electronic download items (ebooks, RBDigital Magazines, etc.)
  • Some new high-demand titles and items on hold for other patrons
  • Items that have reached their maximum renewal limit (usually 2)
  • Some physical objects (Rokus, Hotspots, etc.) and similar items
  • Materials borrowed through the Commonwealth Catalog

 

For more information on borrowing from the Kingston Public Library, visit our page on how to borrow books and other items from the library.