We're thrilled to be at Kingston Pride this Saturday and Sunday! Visit our booth to hear about our programs, check out a book and learn more about our upcoming event, Exploring Gender Diversity, with Dr. Lee Airton on September 28.
Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations
Popular presenter Frank Hitchens returns to KFPL to talk about the amazing Hubble Space Telescope on September 25 at 2 p.m. Register for the livestream event and journey through the cosmos from the comfort of home!
The PumpHouse will be visiting select library branches to showcase a visiting exhibition, Refuge Canada, through family-friendly activities. Learn about refugee experiences and create a mini paper suitcase to take home! Grades K-3 and 4-8 sessions available, September 18 at Isabel Turner, September 25 at Sydenham and October 2 at Central. Registration required.
Queens Connections will be co-hosting two special events at the Calvin Park Branch. Grades 2-4 can register to explore the different seasons by creating a scene in the virtual reality platform, CoSpaces. Grades 4-6 can register to learn how to code their own micro:bit program to help solve current climate concerns! Rather pick up a take-home kit? Register for a Sticky Science activity kit, and follow along the online workshop!
Overwhelmed by the climate change crisis? Join the Climate Feelings Circle sponsored by the Sisters of Providence. Learn about emotional responses to the crisis, and how to support one other in that learning.
The Circle will meet every three weeks from September through December. Due to pandemic gathering restrictions enrollment is limited to 12 people aged 16 and older. Thursdays from 4:15 to 5:45 p.m. at the Central Branch.