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!
2018 is gearing up to be the best KDL Lab year yet! Our KDL Labs have been going strong for three years now. To keep learning fun and exciting for school-age library users, our Labs are designed around Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
Celebrate the season with us! We are hosting a variety of holiday programs that are sure to keep your kids happy, busy and entertained. Please click the program title for dates, times and locations.
Don't miss out on your chance to meet some local writing talent at Michigan Authors Night, taking place at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, October 4 at the Wyoming Branch of KDL.
We no longer have any solar eclipse glasses except a limited quantity that will be made available at our two Solar Eclipse Parties on Monday. Glasses are handed out on a first come, first served basis.