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indigenous portal

Indigenous Portal

Engage with KFPL's Indigenous programming, collections and community partnerships!

Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations

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Read, track, win!

Make this summer one for the books! KFPL’s reading clubs and challenges are free, fun and open to all ages. Track your progress and earn chances to win fantastic prizes. Registration is open now, and programs launch on June 15Visit Beanstack to register.

Reminiscing Kits

Reminiscing Kits

Borrow a Reminiscing Kit with curated resources and a how-to resource guide to help you engage with loved ones experiencing dementia.


OverDrive - Borrow eBooks, eAudiobooks and digital magazines

Borrow eBooks, eAudiobooks and digital magazines with Libby, OverDrive's app for mobile devices! Learn more here.

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Reading for Pride Month

Celebrate Pride Month with a book collection that showcases 2SLGBTQIA+ experiences and stories. From heartwarming children's tales to thought-provoking young adult and adult novels, these selections highlight themes of identity, inclusion, love and self-discovery for readers of all ages.

Enhance your library access — register for Extended Hours at the Pittsburgh Branch.

Library Kiosk

Library Kiosk at kingston secondary school

Enjoy expanded service in the Kingscourt neighbourhood with the Library Kiosk at Kingston Secondary School.

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Stories in the Park and Square start this week!

Starting the week of May 20 until the end of August, bring a blanket and sunscreen and drop in for stories, songs and plenty of fun.

  • Tuesdays: Stories in the Park at Dunham Park
  • Wednesdays: Stories in the Park at Greenwood Park
  • Thursdays: Stories in the Square at the Market Square Amphitheatre