Postcards were the social networking phenomenon of the previous century. You could post short messages to your contacts letting them know where you are; what you’re doing; how you’re doing; what they’re missing.
We recently partnered with The Diatribe to present some amazing teen programming in the schools and in our branches. The Diatribe's mission is to empower individuals through the written and spoken word.
You know the drill. You are watching your favorite television show when you see a preview for an upcoming mini-series. You’ll admit, you’re kind of interested. But there is no way you can dedicate two hours of your time every night for an entire week to watching that mini-series.
KENT COUNTY — Kent District Library is pleased to announce the selection of Lindsey Dorfman to serve as the new Director of Branch Services & Operations. Dorfman will oversee the happenings at all 18 KDL branches.
I am officially calling 2016 the year of phenomenal teen books! Since January our New Book shelf in the teen section has been overflowing with books!
KENT COUNTY — The Kent District Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (LBPH) was recognized by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), for outstanding service to readers who are visually disabled or physically disabled.
We have an awesome line-up of teen programs this summer! Click on the program title for a list of dates, times and locations.
School's out and it's time for some summertime fun! We are offering a great line-up of programs for kids age 6 and older.