Falling is a major cause of injury among older adults. By increasing your knowledge about what can lead to falls, you can help prevent them. Come raise your awareness about this important subject at a talk by KFL&A Public Health volunteers at Sydenham branch, on Friday, May 26, at 10 a.m. Anyone who attends will receive a tote bag with fall prevention resources. This talk — a repeat of one that took place at Isabel Turner branch on May 9 — is another chance to gain key information that will help you stay on your feet!
Commemorating Canada 150, Kingston WritersFest is creating a list of Canada's best 150 books of all time. Every Canadian, of any age, is invited so nominate one book of their choice. Which Canadian stories, histories, images, and tastes inspire you? Your book of choice may be written in English or French, and could be from any time in Canadian history. Nominations close on June 15.
Immerse yourself in the world of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. Explore the world of Victorian medicine and investigate modern forensics. Create a team to take on our trivia challenge. Escape the Pump House or settle in for a classic film. The week closes with our Sherlocked mini-con — a full day of fascinating speakers, exhibits and demonstrations. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Falling is a major cause of injury among older adults. By increasing your knowledge about how falls happen, you can help prevent them. Join us for a free talk by volunteers from KFL&A Public Health at Isabel Turner branch, on Tuesday, May 9, at 2 p.m. Everyone who attends will receive a tote bag with fall prevention resources. Knowledge is power!
KFPL and the Juvenis Festival invite you to join us at The Screening Room on Monday, May 1, for a very special double bill of short films made by local youth! Doors open at 7 PM and the screening will begin at 7:30 PM.