Kent District Library is pleased to announce that it has been named a West Michigan’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For by the National Association for Business Resources.
Kent District Library is pleased to present the Next Nexus: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Summit, an important event that will offer valuable discussion and insights on equity, diversity and inclusion.
Kent District Library is pleased to partner with the World Affairs Council of Western Michigan (WACWM) to present a series of programs titled “Oceans, Lakes, and Streams: Protecting Water Globally and Locally” in April and May.
Lindsey Dorfman, Director of Branch Services and Operations at Kent District Library, has been named a “Mover and Shaker” in the library industry by the national publication, Library Journal.
All of the libraries in Kent County have teamed up with the Kent Intermediate School District and the Literacy Center of West Michigan to form Partners in Reading Success.
Your favorite winter reading program for adults is back! Kent District Library is pleased to present Let It Snow. Adults (18 and older) who participate and read a minimum of six books in different categories between January 2 and March 31 will receive a Let It Snow 2019 ceramic 15 oz. mug.
Kent District Library is pleased to partner with The Rapid to offer the Books on the Bus program on buses traveling throughout the Greater Grand Rapids area. The program provides a collection of books for all ages that are conveniently placed on buses for riders to enjoy.
Sheri Gilreath-Watts has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Kent District Library by the Kent County Board of Commissioners. Gilreath-Watts will represent the City of Wyoming.
Kent District Library is pleased to announce that its new Bookmobile is now delivering library service to local schools and communities. The Bookmobile was designed and created with the support of a $208,000 grant from the Steelcase Foundation.
Kent District Library is pleased to announce that Amy Van Andel and Randy Hansen are the recipients of its first ever Library Champion Award. The award honors individuals and organizations for their advocacy and support of KDL.