Summer offerings at Kingston Public Library are all free

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 Good things are happening at the Kingston Public Library during the month of June.  

Our summer reading program is underway.  Each Wednesday at 1:30 p.m., we will be having a special program for children 12 and younger.  

Children who have attended previous summer programs at our library will find this year’s program even better. 

The library is also serving free boxed lunches for any child 18 and younger on each Thursday and Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. during the month of June and July.  The program is absolutely free. Anyone who has a child who wishes to join us, just give us a call.

The library is also offering two great Thursday Night at the Library programs this month.  On June 19 at 6 p.m., Bryn Stevenson of the Society of American Baseball Research will be here to talk about some of the early great black baseball players. On June 26, Bobbi Wolverton will be here to talk about the glamour years of aviation from the persepective of a stewardess. These programs, like all our programs, are free to the public and suitable for all ages.

Lastly, please forgive our mess. We are doing inventory of our library collection this summer, and from time to time, we will have books scattered everywhere.

Steve Jacks

Director of Library Service