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April 2021 Newsletter

Director's Corner As we move forward into spring, we know you will be busy with all your outdoor activities, such as gardening, sports, or lawn care. Don’t forget to stop by the library to pick up books or movies to help you relax and unwind. We are fully open to the public for our regular hours (Tuesday—Friday 10:00 AM—7:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM—2:00 PM). Meanwhile, your librarians are busy making plans and preparing supplies for our upcoming Summer Reading Program that starts June 1. We are excited about the 2021 theme and activities and look forward to sharing all the details in the coming weeks.


Did You Know?

  • April is National Poetry Month and Jazz Appreciation Month. Stop by KPL to check out a book of poems or a biography of a jazz great.

  • April 27 is Morse Code Day in honor of creator Samuel Morse’s birthday.

  • April 12-16 is National Library Week with Friday being National Librarian Day. To celebrate, come visit us at KPL! We have several great titles about our favorite profession!

Remember When? (A look back at important events in literary history—author birthdays, book/character debuts, and dates in books) 4/2/1805 Hans Christian Andersen is born. 4/7/2007 Satirist Kurt Vonnegut dies. 4/13/1943 Detective fiction author Bill Pronzini is born. 4/14/1818 Webster’s American Dictionary of the English Language is first published. 4/23/1564 William Shakespeare is born. 4/24/1800 Library of Congress is established.


What’s New at KPL?

  • KPL added about 50 new items in March. Check the homepage of our website to see the list of new titles.

  • Book Club meets via Zoom on 4/8/21 at 6 PM to discuss