Join the fun every Monday at 5:30 in the Activities Room in the Children’s Department. Build to our theme, or build anything you like! For more information contact Mike at the library at 781-585-0517 x6273 or email email@example.com
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.
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Join us in the Children’s Room at 10:30 for a story or two, a song or two and a craft. All ages are welcome, and all children will need to come with a caregiver. No registration necessary.
December 3rd, 13th, 17th, & 20th
Express your creativity on Mondays from 4 to 7 in the Teen Room. Design and make your own buttons, draw, paint or create your own unique Origami. This is a drop-in program.
Join us every Wednesday to try out virtual reality! Go to space, visit the ocean, or play a fun game! Ages 9 and up are welcome!
*library visitors under 18 must have parental permission to use the virtual reality.
For more information contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org
During the summer of 2019, the Kingston Public Library hosted a series of Comic Book Workshops for teens and tweens.
The workshops were led by Rachel Maguire, an art teacher at Silver Lake High School. She taught teens how to envision a comic book character and then how to get their ideas onto the canvas.
This exhibit shows some of their initial drafts and the finished results.
The Library Board of Trustees meet on the first Tuesday of every month at the Adams Center. Exceptions will be posted on the Kingston Public Library website. These meetings are open to the public.
Children ages 8-11 are invited to join volunteer chess instructor Michael Ball in the Children’s Room for an hour of chess instruction. We’ll meet bi-monthly on the first and third Thursdays throughout the school year.
Children of all ages are invited to a fun storytime featuring Leigh and her Puppet Friends. This is a drop-in program and is held in the Children’s Room. Program sponsored by The Friends of the Kingston Public Library.
Building and managing a budget is an important skill that, when learned at an early age, can help form the foundation of a strong financial future. For young adults just starting out on their own, managing financial responsibilities like student debt, car payments, rent, utilities, and groceries can be an intimidating task. Having the skills to develop an organized, well thought out budget can help alleviate some of the stress that comes with financial independence, and set your teen on a path to a solid financial future.
Teens interested in learning about budgeting can join Christopher Eklund from Powder Point Wealth Management on December 7th at 11am at the Adams Center for Building a Budget: Wants vs. Needs for Teens. Chris has close to twenty years of management and investment experience and has worked with executives, families, and entrepreneurial business owners to simplify their financial goals into a manageable and actionable plan.
Register by clicking the button below or contact the library at 781-585-0517