In this new blog series, the we will highlight a partner organization once a month. We’ll talk about the services offered, opportunities for the community to get involved, how to get connected to the organization, upcoming events and more.
At a time when being aware of racism and racist cultural practices is becoming more prominent comes a book that will reorient the conversation and break down what racism really looks like.
September 22-28 is Banned Books Week, a time for us to celebrate books that have been banned or challenged. Very often, the targets of these challenges are books that are aimed primarily at a teenaged audience.
Whether you’ve had a “Cruel Summer” or you’re basking in the “Afterglow” of a great one, Taylor Swift has got you covered.
Carrie, a patron at our Nelson Township/Sand Lake Branch, shares how KDL's Touch a Truck program positively impacted their family.