Kent District Library is pleased to launch the Books on the Bus program with Zinser Elementary School in Kenowa Hills. The program provides compelling books for elementary students that will be conveniently placed on their buses for them to discover.
Library patrons enjoy finding out which books library staff members love and recommend. At Kent District Library, there’s a new way to do just that! KDL recently added a new book talk series to KDLcast, the library’s podcast.
(Kent County, MI)—Kent District Library and Schuler Books & Music are proud to announce the semi-finalists in the fifth annual Write Michigan Short Story Contest. Over 600 Michigan writers from all over the state entered the contest.
The League of American Bicyclists recognized the Kent District Library Service Center with a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Business (BFBSM) award, joining nearly 1,300 visionary businesses from across the country.
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.
Kent District Library is proud to present the second annual “Book-Inspired Brewing” home brew contest as part of the KDaLe series.
KENT COUNTY — Ever wonder what was going on in Cascade in 1955? Who was in the news? How much a pound of ground beef cost?
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.
KENT COUNTY, MI — Fans of all ages are invited to the ultimate Harry Potter experience! Kent District Library presents Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them: Fun and Film at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, November 21 at the Celebration Cinema Wave Room, located at 2121 Celebration Dr.
KENT COUNTY, MI ---- Kent District Library is pleased to be one of 20 public libraries recognized by Urban Libraries Council (ULC) as Top Innovators for programs, services and operating practices that have made a significant impact on those they serve and their communities.