Recent additions to the collection

(view more new additions)

person looking for a book with a mask on

Proof of vaccination is NOT required to access KFPL branches

Masks and self-screening are mandatory but proof of vaccination is not required.

Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations

May We Suggest

May We Suggest

Just like you, our staff have a variety of likes and interests, so if you're stuck looking for your next book, you can ask us.

Engage KFPL

Engage KFPL Extended Hours Project

Stay informed about all of the active projects at the library, like the Extended Hours Project, on the Engage KFPL community portal.

A person's face with text reading Black History Month Through Poetry and Prose.

Share your writing for Black History Month

Are you a poet and want to show it? Do you have a story waiting for a place to write itself? This is your opportunity to submit a work of flash fiction or poetry incorporating diverse Black perspectives. Send us a work of poetry or flash fiction between Feb. 1 and Feb. 27 to have it posted on the KFPL website, and take the opportunity to read your work to fellow authors live online Feb. 28.

Submit your piece to jmiller@kfpl.ca or through our website starting Feb. 1. 

Reminiscing Kits

Reminiscing Kits

Our new Reminiscing Kits connect caregivers with resources a to help them engage in activities with loved ones who are experiencing varying levels of dementia.

A blue background with books: The Right to be Cold, Being the Change, Fault Lines, Little Cloud. Text reads  Climate Change Symposium Recommended Reads.

May We Suggest: Kingston Climate Change Symposium Recommendations

Get inspired during the 2022 Kingston Climate Change Symposium! The symposium kicks off Jan. 13 with an incredible line-up of speakers from across Canada including Nobel Peace Prize Award Nominee and climate activist Sheila Watt-Cloutier, meteorologist, science reporter, and author Johanna Wagstaffe, and broadcaster Ali Hassan as host. Register for free!

While you wait for the symposium to begin, enjoy and learn from these recommendations. 

A group of adults talk in an office. Text reads Advance Care Planning.

Plan ahead with Compassionate Communities Kingston

Have you thought about what will be most important to you if you become seriously ill or injured, or near the end of life? Who will speak for you if you are unable, and have you clearly communicated your beliefs, values, and wishes to them? Advance care planning helps you arrange for future care needs to ensure your directions will be respected and carried out.

Come to an online Compassionate Communities Kingston seminar on the second Tuesday of each month from Jan. 11 through May 10. Those who have attended previous sessions and have questions about advance care planning are always welcome to register for a new session!

On a mint background with botanicals, text reads Grownup Storytime - Why should kids have all the fun?

Nourish your heart and mind with Grownup Storytime

A conversation with friends, paging through a book, listening to an audiobook... our online Grownup Storytime combines all three, bringing you a live reader, great stories, and a chance to connect with other people.

The six-week series runs from 1 to 2 p.m. every Monday from Jan. 10 through Feb. 14. You can have lunch, work on a hobby, or just sit and take a break from your busy day while listening to short stories or chapters from longer works. Come for one session, all six, or something in-between.