KDL librarians share their favorite book from the past year.
If you know anything about the Packhorse Librarians of Kentucky, then you can probably guess that they are humble legends in the library world. Back during the great depression, a group of ladies saddled up their horses and hauled library books across the state.
We always offer a host of fun craft programs for kids, but we haven't forgotten about the adults. Get your creative juices flowing and and make plans to attend some of these fun, artistic programs! Click the program title for dates, times and locations.
“KDL’s Homebrew Competition is a fun departure from the normal style-based homebrewing competition, and allows for homebrewers to flex their creativity in ways that they maybe wouldn’t otherwise.
Two films about Mr. Rogers have been released fairly recently, one you have probably heard about and the other, perhaps not.
While designing this winter's edition of the KDL Kaleidoscope, our graphic designer sent out a call to his fellow KDL colleagues asking if any had artwork he might be able to slip into the picture frames in the background as an Easter egg.
Last January, we joined forces with Grand Rapids Public Library, Cedar Spring Public Library, Sparta Township Library, Kent Intermediate School District and Literacy Center of West Michigan to launch Mission: Read, a county-wide reading program designed to he