At Home with the KTL
A Message From The Director
To our community,
The Kirkland Town Library will resume services on Monday, June 15 with curbside pick up only.
Starting then, patrons can contact the library and request items, which will be placed at the main entrance for contactless pick up. In addition to books and DVDs, patrons can also request book bundles on specific topics, Summer Reading Program materials, park passes, and more.
Check our website or call us for details as we move safely, slowly and steadily towards providing more services. We look forward to seeing you soon, even if it is from a distance.
Anne M. Debraggio
The Clinton Central School District is required, by law, to make the school budget document available at the library.
Click the link below to view the document.
Choose a recipe from the selected cookbook and bring it to a potluck dinner! This month we are making recipes from Simply Thai Cooking by Wandee Young and Byron Ayanoglu. Stop by the library to look at the cookbook, choose your recipe, and sign up.
Our parking lot will be closed on Friday, March 22 while we have some trees trimmed. Parking is available on College Street and Elm Street.
A tough-talking bouncer escorts a world-class African-American pianist through the Deep South in 1962. Rated PG-13. Run time: 2 hours, 10 minutes.
What are podcasts? How do you listen to them? Learn all about podcasts and get suggestions for what to listen to. Contact the library to sign up.
Note: this event has been postponed.
Stay tuned for a new date!
Come sing your heart out! Find your favorite song on YouTube and share your vocal talents. Pizza will be served.Contact the library to sign up.
Two of history’s most famous queens compete for power, land, and love. Rated R. Run time: 2 hours, 5 min.