The staff of the Kingston Public Library have curated playlists on the these topics: Do It Yourself (DIY), Library/Community, History, Live Music, Music, Science, and Natural World. Click here to visit our YouTube channel.
Keep checking back as we’ll be updating our channel with new content!
Join Library Trustee Debbie Grace and learn how to make a birdhouse or a fairy house out of an old paperback book. Check out Kingston Community Fun’s Facebook Page to see more fun activities!
Join Leigh and her puppet friends for a fun storytime from home! Leigh will be sharing her performance through Zoom remote conferencing software. If you don’t have Zoom, and would like to participate, visit the Zoom website to download the software or find out more.
Leigh and Friends from Home will take place on Friday June 5th at 10:30am. Login information will be posted on this page. For more information email Mike at email@example.com or contact the library at 781-585-0517 and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Zoom Login Information
June 5, 2020 10:30 AM Eastern Time
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Meeting ID: 812 012 4246
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