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Programs, Events, Services and Recommendations for Teens + Teen Book of the Week

Kingston Youth Climate Council Meeting

Join the Kingston Youth Climate Council!

Even in the midst of a pandemic, climate change remains the most pressing global issue of our time, and climate justice the necessary path for a livable future.

As a member of KYCC, you will help design, execute, and lead a process of climate education, connection, empowerment, and action that will engage youth in Kingston and the city of Kingston itself. The Kingston Youth Climate Council is now accepting volunteers. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Graeme Langdon, Teen & New Adult Librarian, at, or register at

Digital Magazines

Digital Magazines

With KFPL's Digital Magazine collection, you can access a variety of popular magazines on your desktop, tablet, or smartphone.

Teen Advisory Group

Teen Advisory Group and Teen Review Board

High school students can participate in the Teen Advisory Groups, the Teen Review Board and other volunteer opportunities.

Teen Advisory Group; Teen Review Board

Volunteer Opportunities at KFPL for Teens

Are you looking to earn volunteer hours doing what you love? KFPL has two volunteer opportunities for Kingston and Frontenac teens: the Teen Advisory Group is a youth-led library programming and community-development opportunity for teens; the Teen Review Board writes reviews of library materials for our teen website. Both programs are currently accepting new applications! Click the link to find out more!

Queen's for Teens: Science Mentorship Event Featuring: Dr. Che Colpitts, a Virologist who will talk about the science of COVID-19

Queen's for Teens: An Online Mentorship Event for Teens Interested in the Sciences!

Do you want to to learn what experts in diverse fields of science do, and why they are so passionate about it? Women in Science at Queen's (WISQ) and KFPL invite Kingston and Frontenac Teens to join us on Zoom for a panel discussion featuring a number of career scientists speaking about their work. Attendees will learn about the joys, challenges, and educational requirements from scientists working in diverse fields. In addition to representatives from Medical Science, Applied Physics, and Social and Psychological Science, attendees will also hear from a Queen's scientist virologist who will explain the science behind the COVID-19 pandemic.

Panel Talks: Turn Your Artistic Passion Into a Career, May 7th 2020, 5:00 - 6:30 pm, The Juvenis Festival

Turn Your Artistic Passion Into a Career!

The Juvenis Festival and KFPL are uniting to bring Kingston and Frontenac Youth a special panel discussion on how to turn your creative passion into a career. Panelists who work in the arts will share their their experiences and offer tips for those aspiring to a career in the arts!