The Kent District Library 2019 Annual Report tells the story of another year of new initiatives and increases in the use of library resources.
The planned reopening of Kent District Library to the public on July 6 will be delayed. A new date for reopening has not been determined but will depend on a sustained improvement in the coronavirus situation.
Kent District Library is pleased to partner with Feeding America to present Meet Up and Eat Up, a summer food program at 12 KDL locations. Anyone 18 years old and younger can come and pick up a free lunch.
An expanded initiative by Kent District Library will allow patrons to get Internet access delivered straight to their home.
Good news! All those library materials that patrons have been holding onto for the last couple of months can be returned soon.
Summer looks a little different this year and so does Kent District Library’s summer reading program, but it still contains all the learning, fun and prizes you love… with some bonus excitement!
Brian Mortimore, Director of Human Resources and Organizational Development at Kent District Library, has been named a “Mover and Shaker” in the library industry by the national publication, Library Journal.
Although Kent District Library is closed to the public due to the Coronavirus pandemic, patrons are tapping into an increasing amount of library services from the comfort and safety of their home. Total digital usage is up 32% over this time last year.
Katie Lawrence, a librarian at the Grandville Branch of Kent District Library, has been elected to the 2022 Newbery Award Selection Committee.
Globalization. Automation. Underemployment and the gig economy. These and other trends have been shaping the future of work, especially during these trying times.