This summer, more than ever before, parents are looking for ways to keep their kids' minds active during their time away from school.
Teen photographers, this one is for you! We are excited to host a Teen Photo Challenge that will run from Tuesday, June 30 through Sunday, July 5. Enter your favorite photo in each of these categories — animals, architecture and nature.
Browsing book displays at the library or chatting with a favorite librarian are fantastic and free ways to find something good to read.
Kent District Library is pleased to partner with Feeding America to present Meet Up and Eat Up, a summer food program at 12 KDL locations. Anyone 18 years old and younger can come and pick up a free lunch.
Kent District Library is committed to the lifelong journey of anti-racism work. Taking a position and committing to anti-racism work is not a choice, it's an expectation. Each day and each encounter is an opportunity for us to grow and lift other people up.
If you’ve felt a little lately like you’re living in a dystopia of your own, we’d like to take a look this week at Marie Lu’s recent off