Upcoming Programs and Events

Estate Litigation 101:  Will, Guardianship and POA Challenges

Estate Litigation 101: Will, Guardianship & Power of Attorney Challenges

Even with careful estate planning disputes can arise: a will may be challenged, a Power of Attorney accused of misusing funds, or children may disagree about parents' long-term care. Lawyer Paul Andrews covers what you can do. Of interest to those with an estate plan, children managing their parents' affairs, families coping with dementia, and anyone expecting to benefit from a will.

This event is free to adults, but seating is limited. To avoid disappointment, please register in advance online or by phone at (613) 549-8888.  Saturday, October 26, Sydenham branch, 2 p.m.  (This is a repeat of the presentation from Thursday, October 10 at the Central branch.)

Stamp N Style

Put Your Stamp on It!

Stamp 'n' Style!
Family Art Night

Gather the family together - children aged 4-12 welcome. Use our huge collection of rubber stamps to create custom wrapping paper, cards, art, and more! The only limit is your imagination.

This program requires free registration.
Caregivers of children under the age of 7 must remain in the program space; caregivers of children ages 7-9 must remain in the library during the program. Thank you.

Thursday, October 24
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Isabel Turner

Registration opens October 14, 2019.

Une ville, deux réalités / One City, Two Realities - Éducation / Education

Le 9 octobre, Sarah Nemeth Lasko, Catherine Lord, et Eric E Galarneau discuteront l'éducation et le choix entre les écoles francophone, d'immersion, ou anglophone. Rendez-vous à 18 h 45 à la succursale central de la Kingston Frontenac Public Library!

 

On October 9th at 6:45pm at KFPL Catherine Lord and Sarah Lasko will chat with host Eric Galarneau about education and the choice between Francophone, immersion, or Anglophone schooling.

Estate Litigation 101:  Will, Guardianship and POA Challenges

Estate Litigation 101: Will, Guardianship & Power of Attorney Challenges

Even with careful estate planning, disputes can arise:  a will may be challenged, a Power of Attorney accused of misusing funds, or children may disagree about parents' long-term care. Lawyer Paul Andrews covers what you can do. Of interest to those with an estate plan, to children managing their parents' affairs, to families coping with dementia, and to anyone expecting to benefit from a will. This event is free to adults, but seating is limited. To avoid disappointment, please register in advance online or by phone at (613) 549-8888. Thursday, October 10, Central branch, 7 p.m.  (This presentation will be repeated on Saturday, October 26, at our Sydenham branch at 2 p.m.)