Enjoy a free, all-ages concert of eclectic music with the Greenman-Roberts Duo! Concerts are performed on the 2nd floor balcony, so music may be enjoyed throughout the library. Limited seating is available on the balcony.
The Greenman-Roberts Duo is Steven Greenman on violin and Tom Roberts on piano. Their diverse repertoire includes brilliant violin showpieces by the famed concert violinist David Rubinoff; passionate Gypsy violin music; tantalizing tangos; original klezmer compositions by Steven Greenman; evocative Jewish chamber works by the early 20th century composers of the Society for Jewish Folk Music; and more.
No registration is required. Concerts are generously supported by the Friends of Kent Free Library.
Whether you started your garden with the intention of saving seeds or not, there is still time to harvest seeds. Learn which of your vegetables, herbs, and flowers you can save seeds from, and how to successfully harvest, clean, and get them ready to use again next year. Also learn how to plan now to overwinter some plants so you can harvest seeds in the spring. Donating seeds to the library’s Seed Library will also be discussed.
This program is for all ages, but children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult. No registration is required. For more information, contact Adult Services at 330.673.4414.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing! Watch video footage of the famous first step on the big screen and explore the universe virtually using a variety of fun and educational apps and devices.
This program is for adults 18 and up. No registration required. For more information, contact Adult Services at 330.673.4414.
Families with toddlers to children age 5 dance at 10:30 am. Children entering Kindergarten through 3rd grade dance at 4:00 pm.
Please register online or by contacting Youth Services at 330.673.4414.
Select a salad recipe from a cookbook in the library’s collection or make a salad from a recipe in one of your own cookbooks (no Internet recipes, please). Bring your dish to share along with a copy of the recipe.
This program is for adults ages 18 and up. Please register online or contact Adult Services at 330.673.4414.
Learn how astrology can help you make choices in your life. A limited number of free moon journals will be given away to program attendees.
This program is for adults ages 18 and up. No registration required. For more information, contact Adult Services at 330.673.4414.
As part of our Summer Reading Program theme, “A Universe of Stories,” the library will offer a program on the search for water on Mars . Water is essential for life on Earth, which is why NASA’s motto in its hunt for extraterrestrial life has been “follow the water.” Learn why water is so essential for human life and the implications for life on Mars if scientists do—or don’t—find water on the planet. Participants will design their own water bottles.
For adults 18 and up. Register online or by calling Adult Services at 330.673.4414.
Story tellers are invited to tell a 10 minute or less true story related to the theme: a time when the story teller got out of his or her comfort zone, tried something new, or made a discovery in the great, wide universe or in his or her own neighborhood. As many stories as possible will be shared during the hour-long event. Those just wishing to listen to the stories and not tell their own are welcome to attend as audience members.
Story tellers and attendees must be 18 or over. Subject matter and language should be appropriate for a general audience. New story tellers are encouraged to plan out and time their story before the event.
No registration is required. For more information, contact Adult Services at 330.673.4414.
For your convenience, materials may be returned either in the book returns to the left of the parking lot entrance or by using the drive through.
The library will resume regular hours on Friday, July 5 at 9:00 am.