Teens are invited to join us for a monthly drop-in manga, comics and writers' workshop. Read the latest manga in KFPL's collection, work on mini-projects that will help you hone your writing and drawing skills, or bring your own projects and materials, and work creatively in an encouraging, open studio environment. This month, we'll be at our Isabel Turner branch on November 23, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Pittsburgh branch Teen Advisory Group invites you to join them for a scavenger hunt and riddle game with varying levels of difficulty for all ages. Help them save the library from winter creatures!
Back by popular demand, KFPL's local history and genealogy librarian, Jo Stanbridge, will discuss the Ancestry Library Edition database and other research tools to help build your family tree. Please register in advance for this session and pick up a host of useful tips on family history research. Isabel Turner branch, Tuesday, November 14, at 7:30 p.m.
Explore maker culture in this new monthly program for teens. Get hands-on with technology, arts, crafting and more. Join us at the Calvin Park branch on Saturday, November 11, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. for an exciting maker project.
Kingston Frontenac Public Library's New Adult Advisory Board presents the first in a series of casual book discussion mixers... Just don't call it a book club!
Every month we will gather to enjoy a refreshing beverage and discuss books and other media in relation to a monthly theme.
For October our monthly theme will be MONSTROSITY!