KENT COUNTY — Last year, Kent District Library had the most popular summer reading program of any public library system in Michigan with 33,269 participants. This year’s Summer Reading at KDL program, sponsored by Consumers Energy, runs from Monday, June 6 to Saturday, August 13.
Kent County, MI — Kent District Library is pleased to be the first recipient of the Community Champion Award presented by the Disability Advocates of Kent County.
Kent County, MI ― When Sergeant Richard Lovegrove of 1-182nd Field Artillery Regiment (FAR) recognized that his troops, stationed in the Middle East, were growing bored with the sparse collection of books they had available, he thought of the exceptional collection and services he enjoys at home
Just in time for the warmer weather, KDL now offers bikes for checkout!
Kent County, MI — Kent District Library is pleased to welcome award-winning author Jacqueline Woodson to help wrap up KDL Reads, a community reading program centered on Woodson’s book Brown Girl Dreaming. The event will take place at 6:30 p.m.
The Wyoming Branch of Kent District Library will host a tour of international leaders here to discover how the library offers an inclusive environment and accessible spaces for disabled community members.
Kentwood, MI — Teens and adults are invited to a live spoken word performance of The Diatribe, a diverse collaborative of spoken word artists that reside in Grand Rapids. Spring Into Poetry with the Diatribe will take place at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 21 at the Kentwood (Richard L.
Kent County, MI – Kent District Library is pleased to partner with The World Affairs Council of Western Michigan to present a series of three free programs on one of the most important topics of 2016.
Kent County, MI — Geared towards all the Spring Break stay-cationers, Kent District Library’s KDL LAB Experience Maker Break at the Wyoming Branch takes the STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) curriculum out of the classroom and into children’s