Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations
We have a few spaces left in our Calvin Park, Pittsburgh, and Rideau Heights TAGs for teens who would like to earn volunteer hours by developing and delivering library programs for other teens. Visit our "Volunteering at the Library" website for more information.
Our monthly book discussion mixer returns to The Grad Club on September 26th. This month we will be discussing our favourite banned books!
Queen's Surveillance Studies Centre and KFPL invite you to join Queen's University expert Valerie Michaelson, and the eQuality Project's Valerie Steeves as they explore how the rise of social networking has impacted interpersonal relationships, academic achievement, teen dating, and bullying.
Join KFPL and Georgina Riel for a community talking circle where participants will discuss the past, present and future of Indigenous communities in the Kingston-Frontenac region. This event is part of the City of Kingston's Engage for Change initiative that aims to strengthen the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations.
Please submit any questions or topics of discussion that interest you to the email below. Tuesday, September 28, 9 - 4 p.m. Space is limited to 20 attendees. Free registration; lunch provided; ages 13 and up. Registration deadline extended to September 21.