Session participants will learn about the Internet and how the technology of the Internet can affect their safety, how they can become safer online and understand what a good password is and some techniques for making and managing passwords. This is a repeat of an earlier session we offered. The program will be held at Calvin Park branch on Tuesday, February 21. Registration is required.
Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations
Save the date for the weekend of March 24 and 25 because we have teamed up with the City of Kingston, Grand Theatre Presents, The Tett Centre, Reelout Arts Inc., The Screening Room, Eccentric Vocal Ensemble, Queen's Vogue Charity Fashion Show, and Total Diva to present a weekend of programming honouring David Bowie, for young and old!
"Bring Your Thing" is a series of pop-up museums designed to celebrate Canada 150. Bring any object you think relates to the theme "What's Your Story" and share it. Display your favourite book or your favourite talking piece. Bring your thing and share your story!
Offered in partnership with the City of Kingston and the Kingston Association of Museums, Art Galleries and Historic Sites. Join us at the Isabel Turner Branch in Tuesday, February 21, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM.
Join us for a Startup Kingston mixer and Awesome Foundation Kingston Pitch Party!
Elder Abuse Ontario is working toward an Ontario where seniors are free from abuse, have a strong voice and are safe and respected. Learn how to recognize and prevent elder abuse, protect finances, and ensure safety and security for all seniors. Join us at the Isabel Turner Branch on Tuesday, February 14, at 7 PM. No registration is required.