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
Walk, run or skip one-half a kilometer from the Cider Mill (where the sidewalk ends) to the library (where everything else begins). Then, stay for free classes and activities for your mind and body.
Registration fee is $5 per person; $10 family maximum. Knit hats are available for $5 (while supplies last). Pre-register at the library or download a registration form.
File your taxes for free one-on-one with an IRS certified tax preparer. If you live in Oneida or Herkimer County with a household income up to $60,000 you could qualify. Schedule your free appointment at one of the many locations, including the Kirkland Town Library, by visiting www.unitedwayvgu.org/freetaxprep, by calling 2-1-1 or by calling 1-844-342-5211.
Memoir doesn’t have to cover decades to tell a story. Sometimes a single moment, vividly depicted, illuminates a life. In this workshop, freelance writer and instructor Linda Lowen will help participants write short 200-word pieces and discover less is more. Space is limited; contact the library to sign up.