Come to the Grad Club on November 28 for our monthly book discussion mixer, Books & Beers. This month we will be discussing books that have profoundly influenced our lives.
Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations
Falling is a major cause of injury among older adults, but many falls can be predicted and prevented. Volunteers from the KFL&A Public Health Fall Prevention Ambassadors Program will show how to reduce your risk of a serious fall at each of four identical sessions in November. Free to all older adults, their family members and caregivers, but seating is limited. To avoid disappointment please register in advance with KFL&A Public Health by phone at (613) 549-1232, ext. 571, or by emailing FallPreventionRegistration@kflaph.ca . Next session: Thursday, November 15, at Isabel Turner Branch, 2 p.m.
The City of Kingston and the County of Frontenac are seeking community members to serve on the Kingston Frontenac Public Library Board for the 2019-2022 term of Council. A description of the position and application procedures are available in the Support Your Library section of our website.
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Un chat nommé Dino mène une double vie : il passe ses journées avec Zoé, la fille de Jeanne, commissaire de police, mais la nuit il accompagne un voleur, Nico, sur les toits de Paris. Alors que la mère de Zoé enquête sur les cambriolages nocturnes, un autre truand, Victor Costa, kidnappe la fillette.