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Fall online programs for children

Registration for November programs opens on October 31!

We're back with more children's programs! Registration opens on October 31 for many of our online children's programs.

Are you a tween with an interest in photography? Join us for Tween Photography to learn some new tips and chat with like-minded peers.

Want content delivered to your inbox? Sign up to receive episodes for Storytime Express and L’heure du conte en français. Subscribe to the KFPL YouTube channel to catch new episodes of programs like Play Break.

 

 

Register Online for a Library Card

Register Online for a Library Card

If you don't have Kingston Frontenac Public Library membership, you can now register online. Access all of our online services and digital collections, like Hoopla, cloudLibrary, Lynda.com and more.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

COVID-19 Updates

We have begun a phased reopening of our branches. Curbside pickup is available at branches that remain closed. Read more about it.

In It to Win It

Teen Volunteers Needed for Virtual Tutoring Program, "In It to Win It"

“In It to Win It” is a virtual tutoring and homework drop-in facilitated by Kingston and Frontenac teens for Kingston and Frontenac teens. KFPL is presently looking for upper-year secondary student volunteers to provide online tutoring to younger teens in Grades 7 and 8, as well as and older teens requiring special academic support.

Under the supervision of a KFPL programmer, volunteer tutors will work one-on-one, or with small subject groups, to mentor and motivate emerging learners. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below.

Building a Mystery with Live History

Something mysterious this way comes...

Join Live History on November 7 to build a mystery to stump friends and family, or learn how to become a sleuth during your favourite mystery programs!

Participants who are fans of mystery novels, shows and theatre will learn how to build a mystery while learning about their local history in a way they have never seen it before.

Mysteries include lessons in math, patterns, language and visual arts. This mystery-building workshop is hands-on, interactive, and wildly fun!

For ages 8 and up with an adult caregiver. Adult caregivers must attend with children who are ages 8 to 13. Teens may attend without a caregiver.

Date: Saturday, November 7

Times: 1:30-2:30 PM and 3:00-4:00 PM

Register to receive a Zoom meeting invitation to one of these sessions!