Success by 6 Week highlights the importance of early years development and the local organizations that provide resources and support for families. Download the full daily events and activities guide, and join us at our early literacy programs: Books for Babies, Rhythm and Rhyme, Bedtime Stories and Family Storytime.
Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations
The Board of Directors, management and staff of Kingston Frontenac Public Library would like to thank the public for sharing their ideas with us at Wednesday’s Board meeting and through your emails and phone calls. On Wednesday, April 27, the...
Following Family Storytime on Saturday, April 30, the Kingston Community Credit Union (KCCU) will give tips on how to be the best financial role model for your children. Learn how to develop your financial literacy skills and save for your child's education. All families are invited to attend this child-friendly event. Just drop in — there's no registration necessary.
Kingston Frontenac Public Library is dedicated to providing an accessible, inclusive, welcoming and safe space for the community, particularly its most vulnerable members including children, teenagers, seniors and members of our community who may be facing mental health, economic, or other challenges. It is essential that our staff have the tools to create that safe space, and this code along with extensive staff training will provide these.
Join us at the Coffeeco Kingston Centre on Monday, April 25 at 7pm to enjoy a relaxed chat about books. Guests can come and talk about what they're reading and hear about what others are enjoying. Facilitated by library staff.