The Kirkland Town Library has an immediate opening for a part-time patron services clerk. Exemplary customer service, computer skills, and a comfort level with digital devices is necessary. Click here for a complete job description. Submit cover letter and resume to the library by Thursday, April 25.
This popular program brings Hamilton College professors to the library to discuss a book of their choice. Our April program features Onno Oerlemans, Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor of Literature leading a conversation on Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro. Copies of the book are available at the library.
Have fun with bingo for all ages! Get bingo and win a book. Younger children and families can play “book character bingo” and other child-friendly versions at 1 p.m. Regular bingo starts at 1:30 p.m. with a bonus musical SINGO game. Snacks provided.
The magical governess swoops to the screen on her umbrella once again to bring joyful discipline to the Banks children. Rated PG. Run time: 2 hours, 10 min.
High school students: watch the acclaimed film and share your thoughts. Facilitated by Meredith Madden, Ph.D. Dr. Madden is the Founder and Director of CNY Writes: Centering Narratives of Youth and Visiting Assistant Professor of Education Studies at Hamilton College.
Pizza and snacks will be served. Please register here or by visiting the library.
Kids of all ages can get creative with Shrinky Dinks. Color in a design or make your own, cut it out, and pop it in the toaster oven. Then, watch it shrink into hard plastic.
Bring your doll to the library for an annual check up! You can check things like weight, height and vision and visit our “clean up” station to help them look their best. Everyone will make a doll-sized craft to take home.
It’s a Kirkland Town Library tradition! This year, our annual tea party will celebrate the quirky characters of Mo Willems. Join us for tea, snacks, and activities. For children ages 5 and up. Contact the library to sign up.