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Proof of vaccination is NOT required to access KFPL branches

Masks are mandatory but proof of vaccination is not required.

Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations

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Virtual P.A. Day programs for November 1

Looking for P.A. Day fun November 1? We've got what you need!

Kids ages 9-12 will enjoy a Clothespin Chompers craft, with a take-home kit from the Central Branch (registration required). For kids ages 3-5, we have a Dinovember take-home kit, which families can pick up at the Isabel Turner Branch on a first come, first served basis starting November 1.

Or, register for a Pinecone Pals take-home kit, perfect for kids 6+, available the Isabel Turner Branch. Finally, connect with Queen's Connections Engineering and learn all about paper airplanes with an interactive online workshop, ideal for ages 6-9.

If you want to get crafty on your own time, check out our MakerSpace YouTube playlist!

Branch Hours Review

Branch Hours Review

We’re reviewing the hours of operation at all 16 KFPL locations. Take our 10-minute survey to share your feedback.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

COVID-19 Updates

All branches of KFPL are now open to the public with limited capacity. Check here for updates and more information about available services. Read more about it.

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Reminder: Tell us your thoughts on branch hours!

If you have not filled out our community survey on branch hours, there is still time! The survey closes October 31. Your feedback will be used to help determine how we can best use the hours we have available to provide the greatest access to library service. It should only take about 10 minutes to complete, and will help shape our next steps.

Reminiscing Kits

Reminiscing Kits

Our new Reminiscing Kits connect caregivers with resources a to help them engage in activities with loved ones who are experiencing varying levels of dementia.

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Help your teen navigate the news

How can you help teens learn to separate facts from fake news? Do they know how to find reliable information on topics that matter to them? How can you support them while they make sense of what they learn?

This presentation, with assistant professors Claire Ahn and Natalia Balyasnikova, will help caregivers and adolescents navigate today's media landscape. Join us Thursday, October 28 at 2 p.m.

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Sharpen your science fiction writing skills

Learn how to build a believable future for your science-fiction story’s setting! This writing workshop with local author Jerri Jerreat will focus on creating a convincing future in solarpunk, a type of eco-fiction set in a future where we’ve somehow managed to deal with today's global environmental crisis. Bring something to take notes and join us for this interactive online event, Saturday, October 23 from 2 to 3:30 p.m.