Kent District Library had the absolute pleasure of attending WYCE's 2017 Jammie Awards. The Intersection was a sight to behold as it housed a night flled with great people and great music.
You know that feeling you get when you re-watch a TV show you loved but haven't watched in a while? That sense of comfort and familiarity is like no other -- and it's exactly the same way we feel when we pick up favorite books for another round of enjoyment.
Starting NOW until they are gone: KDL cardholders may pick up two free vouchers per family at our East Grand Rapids or Krause Memorial (Rockford) branches for the dress rehearsal of Ragtime the Musical on Thursday, February 23
Your favorite winter reading program for adults is back and better than ever! Kent District Library is pleased to present Let It Snow 2.0.
Are you flummoxed by fake news? Do you find yourself glassy-eyed over Google? Are you lost in the sea of information generated by our new technological age? Where do you turn to find reliable information in a world awash in data? Why the library, of course!
The past decade of Marvel and DC Comic creations hitting the big screen has resulted in a resurging interest in comic books. Comics aren’t just a subculture anymore; they’re in the mainstream and reaching a wider fan-base than ever! And KDL wants to keep those fans happy!
Recently, Kent District Library held a Volunteer Appreciation Dinner to recognize and celebrate it's volunteers. Director Lance Werner presented service pins to volunteers who have been giving of their time for five, ten, fifteen and even twenty years.
Shirley Bruursema, a member of the Kent District Library Board of Trustees for over 20 years, was recently recognized by a coalition of libraries and organizations for her efforts in championing libraries across Michigan.