Kent District Library announced the launch of the Library Card Challenge, giving 2,000 students at Godwin Heights Public Schools their very own library card.
Let’s see, the things you do when you turn 100…
Blow out a mess of candles.
Humbly accept congratulations.
Share how eating a whole lot of onions may have helped with your longevity.
And oh, yes, make a point of signing up for your very first KDL library card!
Check out our winter Kaleidoscope for all the exciting things taking place at KDL! This piece is full of valuable information including book recommendations, program information, feature articles and more.
Though originally published a couple of years ago on the KDL blog, this story is too sweet not to share again.
Last fall, 3-year-old Jack DeVries walked into the Byron Township branch with a gift for children’s librarian Barb DeYoung.
Kent County, Michigan, November 8 – Kent District Library is spearheading a campaign to restock the shelves at Port Arthur Public Library, a Texas library that sustained heavy flood damage during Hurricane Harvey.
Daniel Deindorfer was not yet in kindergarten when he and his mom visited the Cascade Township branch and saw the dogs. More specifically, dogs lounging on blankets in quiet corners of the library, seemingly all-ears as they were being read to by children.
Kent District Library (KDL) is partnering with Kelloggsville Public Schools (KPS) to transform a state-of-the-art media center within Kelloggsville High School into a community library.
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.