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KFPL Live Series – Eye in the Sky: The Hubble Space Telescope

The next event in the Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) Live speaker series will feature the Hubble Space Telescope. Part of Science Literacy Week programming. Presenter Frank Hitchens returns to KFPL for the fourth time, to share a look at the past and future of one of the most amazing

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KFPL Live presents Financial Literacy for Women series

Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) is hosting a series on financial literacy for women as part of their KFPL Live online programming. The four talks will be held on Tuesdays through the rest of 2021. “Giving women insight into financial literacy helps ensure a secure financial future for women and

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KFPL Live: Iona Whishaw to read from new book A Lethal Lesson

Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) is hosting a Zoom presentation by Iona Whishaw, in which she will read from her newest Lane Winslow Mystery, A Lethal Lesson. “If you’re one of our region’s many fans of British Columbia writer Iona Whishaw and her Lane Winslow mysteries, mark your calendar for

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KFPL Live presents The Battle of Normandy

One of the pivotal events of WWII, the Battle of Normandy in 1944 was a massive operation by the Allied forces, commemorated worldwide in 2019 on its 75th anniversary. Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) is delighted to host Memory Project speaker Darryl Casselman in this online examination of Canada’s role in

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KFPL hosting virtual session on Managing Stress During Uncertain Times

We are coming up on a year of isolating, keeping our distances and staying safe at home. Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) will host a KFPL Live session that will talk about stress, and how to find some relief. “It can be very unsettling to live with uncertainty for an

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KFPL Live presents Jane Austen’s Bad Boys

Valentine’s Day is about a month away. During the pandemic it certainly won’t feel the same. Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) says that people are returning to literary classics in search of examples of romance thriving despite the stresses of physical distancing. “One could argue that dating has again become

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What do you know about ‘Trees in Kingston’?

When we think about helping the environment, it often feels like an overwhelming task. Save the rainforests, adopt an animal through the World Wildlife Fund, save the oceans – does our little drop in the bucket actually help? I know it does, but it never feels like enough. Did you

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