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An Hour with Joshua Whitehead

Joshua Whitehead’s recent debut novel, Jonny Appleseed is a Canada Reads award-winning novel that speaks to the unique experiences of Two-Spirit/Indigiqueer communities. Join Joshua and KFPL for a presentation and Q&A on how Joshua’s lived experiences informed his creative process. May 10 at 6 p.m., registration required.

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, LinkedIn Learning and more.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

COVID-19 Updates

Curbside pickup service still available under extended Stay-at-Home order. Find out how to prepare for a visit. Check here for updates and more information about available services. Read more about it.

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KFPL Live: The Battle of Normandy

One of the pivotal events of WWII, the Battle of Normandy in 1944 involved thousands of Canadian sailors, soldiers and airmen.  Join Memory Project speaker Darryl Casselman for an online talk about this major military operation.  Tuesday, May 4 at 7 p.m.  Register to receive the Zoom link.

Viva Voce Bloom & Blossom. Tune in to CFRC 101.9 FM at 7 pm on Monday, May 3.

Viva Voce "Bloom & Blossom"

Viva Voce is a storytelling coffeehouse that showcases young people telling stories connected to the theme of "Bloom & Blossom". This event highlights the ways youth can use their voices to tell stories from a variety of different perspectives.

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Grownup Storytime Online

Why should kids have all the fun?  Adults also love being read to.  Come relax at Grownup Storytime. Listen to a couple of short readings – short stories, articles, essays, excerpts and more – then enjoy a chat about what you've heard.  Mondays from noon to 1 p.m., May 3 through 31 (except Victoria Day on May 24).  Register to receive the Zoom link.