The following information summarizes our COVID-19 preparedness and response plan. If you have questions or need additional information, contact the KDL Patron Services Team or the manager of any branch location.
You never know what is going to gain national attention! Recently our Plainfield Branch had a patron return a book that they had microwaved in an attempt to rid a potential spread of the coronavirus. Unfortunately, due to the RFID tag inside, the book was burned.
The Kent District Library 2019 Annual Report tells the story of another year of new initiatives and increases in the use of library resources.
Since the tragic death of George Floyd, Americans have been clamoring for ways to show support for the Black community.
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.
You’ve likely seen the recent news coverage of protests against racial injustice nationwide. Perhaps you have even participated in activism efforts right here in Kent County. Right now, many people are wondering what they can do to help beyond marching and silent protesting.
“With so many people working and learning from home, the need for Internet access is greater than every before.”
KDL has added 700 new hotspots to the collection, available to library cardholders age 18 and older.
This summer, more than ever before, parents are looking for ways to keep their kids' minds active during their time away from school.