Category Archives: Library

Game Designer and Writer Chris Klimas Presents: A History of Stories Where You Choose What Happens Next

Kent County Public Library welcomes Baltimore-based web developer, game designer, and writer Chris Klimas to present a quick history of stories where the reader gets to choose the narrative. You might know them simply as Choose Your Own Adventures, but the gamebook format of storytelling, which mixes prose and gameplay mechanics, has a surprisingly vast history — and some unexpected ancestors. Continue reading

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Kent County Public Library Seeking Teens with Ideas

Kent County Public Library is looking for curious, motivated, creative teens in grades 8-12 to be part of creating a Teen Advisory Board. Continue reading

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March Programs for Kids & Families at Kent County Public Library

In addition to weekly Storytime programs, in March Kent County Public Library will be offering three special programs for kids and families. Continue reading

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3rd Annual Seed Swap at Kent County Public Library

Do you need seeds for your garden? Do you have seeds you could share? Join us for our 3rd Annual Seed Swap! Continue reading

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Preschool Adventures at Kent County Public Library

Come to the Kent County Public Library for a delightful evening of fun for families with kids ages 2- to 5-year-old! Continue reading

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Kent County Public Library Board of Trustees Elect Officers

The 2017 Board of Trustees for the Kent County Public Library are Barb Macbeth, Sara Schut, Charles Lerner, Wendy Costa, Sarah Schut, Joe Harding, Elisabeth Tully, and Earl Runde. Continue reading

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