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KFPL hosts Ujima Winter Storytime in celebration of Black History Month

Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) and the Black Luck Collective have announced Ujima Winter Storytime, a pair of live online children’s programs pairing KFPL programmers with guest readers from the Kingston Black Community. On the third day of Kwanzaa, observers of the holiday honour “Ujima”, a commitment to active and

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Grant supports programs for disabled adults in South and Central Frontenac

Thanks to a grant from The Community Foundation Kingston & Area Fall 2020 Community Grants Program, disabled adults in South and Central Frontenac will be able to access virtual support in the new year through New Leaf Link. New Leaf Link (NeLL), a non-profit charitable organization that supports adults with

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‘Community Casting’ project seeks the faces of Kingston

A joint project between the Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) and the City of Kingston is on the hunt for local individuals interested in participating in print and video campaigns. This casting project will show the many faces of Kingston, and represent the diversity of our local population. “We’re looking

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Children’s Summer Programs Go Digital at KFPL

Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) is excited to announce that their summer programming for kids is now available virtually. Children can enjoy their favourite library programs, including Family Storytime, and Baby and Me, along with some special summer programs. “We are offering a combination of live and recorded programs for

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