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bear root gardens

Get Gardening!

Register for a garden-themed story, then plant your own dill seeds with the help of Bear Root Gardens! Gardening kits will be available for pickup a week prior to the Zoom meeting. 

Register Online for a Library Card

Register Online for a Library Card

If you don't have Kingston Frontenac Public Library membership, you can now register online. Access all of our online services and digital collections, like Hoopla, cloudLibrary, and more.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

COVID-19 Updates

Effective Saturday, April 3, every branch of KFPL will return to curbside pickup until further notice. Find out how to prepare for a visit. Check here for updates and more information about available services. Read more about it.

Linda dot com to Linked In Learning has a new name… and much more!

LinkedIn Learning purchased, and we’ll be transitioning to their new platform on April 14. It will be updated and easier to use, and you'll have access to 9,000 new courses to explore. Look for tutorials  in French, as well as Spanish, Mandarin, Portuguese, German and Japanese.

And don’t worry – you don’t have to create a LinkedIn profile! All you need is your library card number and PIN to connect.

Spotlight on Trees. Image of person in a forest.

Spotlight on Trees

Trees are our natural allies as we fight climate change. They provide food and shelter, and walking amongst them reconnects us with the natural world. The books and movies on this list look at trees from many points of view.

Later this month, local garden experts Joyce Hostyn and Maureen Buchanan will join KFPL to explore the tiny forest movement and share how they are applying it in Kingston.

Flipster digital magazines. All you need is your library card.

Download your favourites

The virtual April editions of several magazines are now available for you to enjoy! Settle in to browse delicious spring recipes in Canadian Living or Coup de Pouce, or get workout tips from Michael B. Jordan in Men's Health. Let staff know if you need help getting started.

Join KFPL's New Adult Advisory Board

KFPL's New Adult Advisory Board Now Accepting Applications!

The New Adult Advisory Board, or, NAAB, is a volunteer opportunity for community members aged 18 to 30 interested in helping library staff develop and deliver library programming and services for other new adults. The NAAB meets online once a month and currently contributes to such programs as Book Chat, May We Suggest, and our Constellations lecture series. If you are passionate about literacy, your public library, and its role in the community, then the New Adult Advisory Board is the volunteer opportunity for you!