Kent District Library is pleased to present "Let's Talk About... A Reading Group." The group encourages kids to tackle the big questions! The program features stories exploring social justice topics and a small group discussion where all questions are welcome.
If you've been hearing the dreaded words "I'm bored" from your kids, we can help! We are offering a host of fun, free programs for school-ages kids this summer. Come to one, come to all. Your kids will have a great time and they might even learn something new.
Does your little one long to sit in the driver’s seat of an eighteen wheeler? To push the button that turns on the siren in a fire truck? To stand right next to a snow plow to see how her height compares?
Join us for the public announcement of the new Ada Community Center/Library to learn about the vision for these exciting plans and how you can take part in the development of this new community treasure.
During the height of the Cuban missile crisis, the White House received two messages at the same time from the Kremlin. One was extremely belligerent and the other was conciliatory.
Were you one of those fascinated by the solar eclipse last summer? The sun will once again be in the news this summer. With a launch window of July 31 - August 19, NASA will be sending out the Parker Solar Probe.
Staying in town for spring break? We can help keep your kids happy, busy and entertained… and we will even sneak in a little education (but they will never know)!
Of course we believe in the power of reading, but at KDL, we also believe in the power of writing. We believe that words – both written and spoken – have the power to change lives.
Icy winter weather preventing you from spending much time outdoors? Kent District Library has a lot of fun in-house activities available every day, for all ages!