Wyoming, Michigan – Sandra Uwiringiyimana, author of How Dare the Sun Rise, will be visiting the Wyoming Branch of Kent District Library at 6:30 pm on Monday, March 26.
Kent District Library is pleased to announce the selection of Laura Powers to serve as the new Director of Finance. She will assist the Director in budget planning, prepare and monitor the annual budget, and be a part of KDL’s Leadership Team, among other responsibilities.
Kent County, Mich.—Kent District Library and Schuler Books & Music announce the winners of the sixth annual Write Michigan Short Story Contest. Almost 900 writers from across the state entered the contest in four categories —185 adults, 459 teens, 222 youth and 32 Spanish writers.
Kent County, Michigan, 1/8/18 – Lance Werner, executive director of Kent District Library, has been named the top librarian in the nation by Library Journal.
Lance Werner, executive director of Kent District Library, is one of 12 library and information professionals from across the country that will participate in the inaugural ALA Policy Corps, which aims to develop a cadre of experts with d
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 2018 travel mug.
Tom Noreen has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Kent District Library by the Kent County Board of Commissioners. Noreen will represent Spencer, Tyrone, Nelson and Oakfield Townships.
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.
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.
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.