In April, adults are welcome to come by the Kingston Free Library and pick up a take home craft. The craft will be a DIY dry erase board! You can use this DIY creation as a to-do list, grocery list, or message board. The possibilities are endless! The kits will include all the supplies you'll need plus instructions and some photos for inspiration! To reserve a kit ahead of time, please call the library at 783-8254 and we will put one aside for you! You can also come into the library to pick one up without calling ahead of time. Available while supplies last.
For more information, please email Britta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meditation for Health and Wellness / Virtual
Tuesday, May 4, 7 PM
Join us on Zoom as Arvind Naik joins to lead a lively and engaging workshop focusing on the benefits of meditation.
Arvind has been giving lectures and workshops on the topic of meditation for several years. In his programs, Arvind explores how this practice can help each of us mentally, physically, and spiritually. Arvind regularly speaks to libraries across the country as well as local community centers. Most recently, he spoke at Boston Scientific to introduce meditation as a tool for stress reduction in the workplace, and he was invited by the Columbia Heights Police Department to demonstrate how meditation can help the officers with their day to day stress. Arvind lives in Minnesota with his wife and two teenage sons.
To register, please email Britta at email@example.com.
During the Library closure due to Covid-19, our online resources are still available for reading and research:
Ocean State Libraries E-Zone: downloadable books, audiobooks, movies. Any valid Ocean State Libraries card will work, and you can download up to 8 items at a time. Hoopla: downloadable books, audiobooks, movies, tv series, comics, and music. You need a South Kingstown Public Library card for Hoopla, and you get 3 checkouts per month.
AskRI.org: magazines, language-learning, auto repair, consumer health, and lots more.
Book Sizzle: Book lists, "Books on the Air", author interviews, and more. Updated weekly.
Virtual Tech Help Ongoing
If you have a tech and/or reference question, or would like to learn a new skill, email our reference librarian Britta at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a phone call. Please put "Tech Help" in the subject line of the email and let us know what project or skill you need help with.
Thinking of joining a Book Group?
We have options for you at each of our 3 locations! - Many of these are now being held virtually!