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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

We have begun a phased reopening of our branches. Curbside pickup is available at branches that remain closed. Read more about it.

In It to Win It

Teen Volunteers Needed for Virtual Tutoring Program, "In It to Win It"

“In It to Win It” is a virtual tutoring and homework drop-in facilitated by Kingston and Frontenac teens for Kingston and Frontenac teens. KFPL is presently looking for upper-year secondary student volunteers to provide online tutoring to younger teens in Grades 7 and 8, as well as and older teens requiring special academic support.

Under the supervision of a KFPL programmer, volunteer tutors will work one-on-one, or with small subject groups, to mentor and motivate emerging learners. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below.

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What do you wish you could do?

Connect to over 2,000 video courses to help you reach your goals.

Want to indulge your creative side? Learn ukelele basics, improve your digital photography, and dabble with painting.

Want to improve your skills at work? Up your game in social media, learn the latest software, and check out career-focused learning paths. 

Sign in to with your library card and get started!

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Get connected!

To help bridge a gap in internet access, we're now lending wireless internet hotspots (search for "hotspot" in the catalogue). Several hotspots will be tied to our branches in rural communities, with additional hotspots available through Kingston locations.

This collection will soon include 10 Chromebooks for loan to those who don’t have a device of their own. 

This project has been supported by the Cameron & Laurie Thompson Fund with the Community Foundation of Kingston and Area.