The City of Kingston and the County of Frontenac are seeking community members to serve on the Kingston Frontenac Public Library Board for the 2019-2022 term of Council. A description of the position and application procedures are available in the Support Your Library section of our website.
It's quick and easy to get the latest issue of your favourite magazine on your computer or mobile device. All you need is your library card. From top publications on current events to specialized magazines for birdwatchers and quilters, we put 51 popular titles at your fingertips.
We have expanded our Tech Tutor program to our Sydenham and Sharbot Lake branches as a pilot project. The Tech Tutor will be available for one-on-one appointments until the end of March 2019, visiting Sydenham on Thursdays and Sharbot Lake on alternate Saturdays. Appointments can be booked by speaking to staff at any branch in person or by telephone.
The Tech Tutor will also offer monthly technology drop-ins in Sydenham beginning Thursday, October 18, from 6 - 8 p.m., and monthy technology workshops beginning Thursday, November 1, from 6 - 8 p.m., with eLearning with KFPL: Lynda.com and Mango Languages.
Maker culture embraces the do-it-yourself spirit, encompassing creative engagement in the arts, crafting and technology. This brief community survey will help us determine the areas of interest poeple in our community would like to see highlighted in library programs and services. The feedback received will help us develop new library programs for late 2018 and early 2019 and will guide our promotion of programs and resources. This online survey will be available until September 30, and print copies are available in our branches.
KFPL wants your input to expand Indigenous programming and services. The library would like to work alongside community members to promote and preserve the diverse Indigenous cultures that contribute to Kingston-Frontenac’s strength. Complete this ten question survey to help us shape our planning process in the coming year.