Gather in Confederation Park from 12-4 on Thursday, June 21 for music, dance, teachings, vendors and hands-on activities. This annual festival celebrating Indigenous cultures is offered by the Kingston National Indigenous Peoples' Day Committee, and supported by the City of Kingston and community partners. KFPL staff will be facilitating children's activities including cornhusk doll-making and rock painting.
The new OHIP+ Children and Youth Pharmacare program promises free medications for all Ontarians under the age of 25. Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacist Maria Schell will outline how to navigate the exceptions of the program, how to make the most of it for common ailments, and how to save money with the help of your health care professionals.
This free talk is for adults and teens only. Seating is limited, so please register in advance to avoid disappointment. Register online by June 22 or by phone. Takes place on Monday, June 25 at Calvin Park at 7 p.m.
KFPL's Teen and Adult Summer Reading Challenges officially begin in two weeks, but sign up now and you can begin acquainting yourself with the other participants on our interactive website!
The Kingston Frontenac Public Library and KEYS Job Centre are excited to present Displaced and Relocated Voices: Newcomer Stories of Struggles and Success. Newcomers to Kingston will share their struggles of displacement from their home countries and their achievements in relocating and integrating into Kingston, their new home.
Where/When: Kingston City Hall, 2nd Floor, Council Chamber and Memorial Hall, June 25th, 2018, 6:30-8:30PM.
Free registration ticket via this EventBrite link:
This month our manga, comics, and writing workshop will be held at Calvin Park. Join us on June 14 for fun projects and helpful advice.