Through the use of puppets and folk tales, this interactive performance demonstrates the value of humility and the importance of sharing and respect. Recommended for children five years and up.
Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations
Maxime Chouinard, Curator of the Museum of Health Care, hosts an interactive presentation on the history of medical enhancements through the Museum's collection of dentures, prosthetics and pacemakers! This presentation will include artefact handling. This program is open to all adults and teens but seating is limited. To avoid disappointment, please register in advance. Thursday, February 22, Isabel Turner Branch, 2 p.m. Register online at events.kfpl.ca or by phone at 613-549-8888.
Teens are invited to join us this Thursday for a night of no pressure artistry. Our "Bad Art Night" requires no skill at all at all!
Have you ever sworn by a particular medical fact (like "drinking cranberry juice wards off urinary infections") and then started to wonder where you learned it? Maybe you've wondered if there's any truth in an old wives' tale? Kingston's own Dr. Michael Hefferon has long been intrigued by medical beliefs and the truth behind them. Come hear him talk about 33 "medical myths" whose pedigrees he's collected over his long career as a pediatrician. Thursday, February 8, Isabel Turner Branch, 7 p.m. Free talk; no registration required.
Join KFPL for a variety of fun and exciting P.A. Day programs! Build and explore at LEGO My Library at Calvin Park, enjoy stories and crafts to celebrate Groundhog Day at Rideau Heights, create love bugs for someone special or watch a family movie (Cars 3) at Isabel Turner, or rock out with some rock painting projects at Artillery Park. Registration may be required.