Partygoers can expect the unexpected as Kent District Library rolls out a new annual event that invites the public to experience the best of the diverse community programs it has to offer.
Comstock Park, Michigan, May 10, 2017 – Looking for an exciting way to enhance your summer, learn something new and qualify for prizes in the process?
Kent District Library is pleased to announce that it has received a $208,000 grant from the Steelcase Foundation to design and offer a bookmobile to the KDL community.
Comstock Park, Michigan, April 10, 2017 – Lance Werner – whose role as executive director of the Kent District Library has transformed it into one of the nation’s most successfully engaged library systems – has been named Wayne State University’s Distinguished Alumni for 2017.
Kent District Library is pleased to partner with the World Affairs Council to present a series of programs called Give Peace a Chance. The series consists of three presentations that will take place at the Cascade Township Branch of Kent District Library.
Kent District Library is pleased to present the sixth annual Writers Conference for writers of all genres and skill levels. The event will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 22 at the Cascade Township Branch of Kent District Library.
Kent County, Mich.—Kent District Library and Schuler Books & Music announce the winners of the fifth annual Write Michigan Short Story Contest. Almost 600 writers from across the state entered the contest: 140 adults, 279 teens and 175 in the youth category.
Kent District Library is pleased to launch the Books on the Bus program with Zinser Elementary School in Kenowa Hills. The program provides compelling books for elementary students that will be conveniently placed on their buses for them to discover.
Library patrons enjoy finding out which books library staff members love and recommend. At Kent District Library, there’s a new way to do just that! KDL recently added a new book talk series to KDLcast, the library’s podcast.