Post #8 in a series by Lance Werner, Director of KDL, on creating better libraries and stronger communities through kindness, empathy and love.
We all know how it feels not to fit in at some point in our lives. How we handle the difficulties which arise makes all the difference in the outcome.
Any type of organization can be made stronger through diversity and inclusion, and these are not abstract concepts at KDL. We have a long history of removing barriers and constantly working to engage diverse patronage and employees at KDL.
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.
This year's Kent County Teen Film Festival was an incredible success! Celebration Cinema North saw a packed house with audience members supporting teen filmmakers' works of creative genius. A panel of local film professionals acted as judges, presenting awards in 11 categories.
Post #7 in a series on creating better libraries and stronger communities through kindness, empathy and love.
Congratulations to all of our home brewers! We did not have an easy task choosing three winners from all of the high quality brews entered into our third annual KDaLe Book Inspired Homebrew contest.
Everyone wants to be known for something and Devin Velma is no different -- well, his motives may be a little different.
If you attend summer programs at KDL, then you probably love Tom Plunkard just as much as we do! This magician has been delighting KDL audiences for many years. Though Tom makes the "impossible" look easy, reading has always been a bit difficult for him.