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The library levy passed with — as of this writing — nearly 65 percent of the vote. Thank you very much for your support. Although… Continue reading
The course of our library will be changed within the first week of this month as a result of the levy outcome — Proposition 1… Continue reading
Youth Services Librarian Whitney has hosted Teen STEM programs every month this year. Some of the activities included building roving robots and snap circuits, designing… Continue reading
Although Spring is coming, we have plenty of those rainy days left, which are perfect for watching a film, listening to a story or music,… Continue reading
Although spring is coming, we will have plenty of rainy days which are perfect for watching a film, listening to a story or music, and… Continue reading
Join the “One Book, One Community” read and take part in opportunities to discuss, learn and connect. This year’s book, “A Sudden Light” by Garth… Continue reading
Your library can help those who want to write that work of fiction that people are waiting for.
Take a break and visit us for a program or a new title. Ask us how to download free music using Freegal Music from our website.
As we say goodbye to summer, think about all the reading you did on those long evenings filled with natural light.
There is something for everyone at your library this summer.
One never knows exactly how it will feel to leave a place filled with memories. We look forward to providing service to you in the new building at the Village Green on West Kingston and Dulay roads.
Below is a list of our events this month. Before heading to the library after the first week of April, please call 360-297-3330 or check KRL.org to confirm we are open. If you are unable to reach us via telephone during regularly scheduled open hours, please call the Little Boston location at 360-297-2670 for updated information.
Last year was amazing for Kitsap Regional Library with our new brand launch, new website, new Strategic Plan, new Inspire publication, new Institute of Museum and Library Services Grant to develop programs for small and rural libraries on science, technology, engineering and math, and new-building groundbreaking in Kingston.
As 2015 ends, I am reflecting on the various journeys I have experienced this year. The most amazing one of all was a sojourn to Bali, which never would have happened if I had not supported the Village Green by signing up for this silent auction adventure offered at Pie in the Park. Opportunities to grow and learn sometimes catch us by surprise.
When Kingston staff members had a chance to take a hard-hat tour of the Kingston Village Green Community Center under construction and get a glimpse of the new library, we were all amazed.
This year, Kitsap Regional Library’s One Book, One Community title — selected for all of Kitsap County adults to read — is “The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving,” by Jonathan Evison. Contact your library if you would like a copy held for you. Discussions about the book will occur in October at all library locations.
Bring your completed reading tracker or fill it out at the library to pick up your summer learning rewards while they last.