Category Archives: Programs

Curbside Pickup – Available Now

The Kingston Public Library is now offering curbside pickup.  Delivery of holds between some of the OCLN libraries has started, but please be aware that the process is very new and might be uncertain at time. We are restricting requests to 10 items.

line drawing of a computer printerPrinting for curbside pickup click here

Hours for curbside pickup:

  • Monday: 1pm to 7pm
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday: 11am to 4pm

Ways you can place a hold:

After your hold is placed:

  • We’ll call you when your items are ready for pickup (please ignore any texts or emails you might get about holds).
  • When you arrive at the library, call 781-831-6275 and let us know you’re here.
  • Wait in your car until staff puts your holds on the table and re-enters the building.
  • Please make sure to wear a mask and maintain social distancing with other library visitors.
Leigh and 3 of her puppet friends

Friday June 5th at 10:30am – Leigh and Friends from Home

Leigh and one of her puppetsJoin 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 mslawson@kingstonpubliclibrary.org 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
Password: 143

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Projekt 1065 Alan Gratz

Here is a review from Brook, age 14, for the book  “Project 1065” by Alan Gratz:

“A very interesting historical fiction that kept me on the edge of my seat. It was exciting and I didn’t want to stop reading it.  The challenges that Michael, the main character, went through were very well described and nicely worded throughout the book.  I highly recommend it.”