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Kingston Innovation Lab OR one-on-one Tech Help

Innovation Lab OR One-on-One Tech Help Hour
Book a one-hour session in our Mobile Innovation Lab and learn how to use the equipment now available.  Our instructor will provide an orientation to the equipment of your choice.  Once it has been determined (by the instructor) that you are comfortable with the equipment, you'll be able to book the lab whenever the library is open and use the equipment unsupervised.
Or

Kingston Innovation Lab OR one-on-one Tech Help

Innovation Lab OR One-on-One Tech Help Hour
Book a one-hour session in our Mobile Innovation Lab and learn how to use the equipment now available.  Our instructor will provide an orientation to the equipment of your choice.  Once it has been determined (by the instructor) that you are comfortable with the equipment, you'll be able to book the lab whenever the library is open and use the equipment unsupervised.
Or

Kingston Innovation Lab OR one-on-one Tech Help

Innovation Lab OR One-on-One Tech Help Hour
Book a one-hour session in our Mobile Innovation Lab and learn how to use the equipment now available.  Our instructor will provide an orientation to the equipment of your choice.  Once it has been determined (by the instructor) that you are comfortable with the equipment, you'll be able to book the lab whenever the library is open and use the equipment unsupervised.
Or

Penguin Bloom : the odd little bird who saved a family

NOW A MAJOR NETFLIX MOTION PICTURE starring Naomi Watts - the No.1 International Bestseller - a life-affirming true story of how a magpie chick helped one family overcome tragedy.They saved a little bird . . .And in return she saved them tooAfter a near-fatal fall left Sam Bloom paralysed, no one - not her husband Cameron, nor their three boys - could reach her in the darkest days of her struggle. But everything changed when a new member of the family unexpectedly landed in their lives: an injured magpie chick abandoned after she fell from her nest, whom they named Penguin Bloom.

Not on my watch : how a renegade whale biologist took on governments and industry to save wild salmon

In 1989, industrial aquaculture moved into British Columbia, chasing away the whales Alexandra Morton had dedicated her life to studying. Her fisherman neighbours asked her if she would write letters on their behalf to government explaining the damage the farms were doing to the fisheries, and one thing led to another.

Coming up for air

Before the war! How long shall we go on saying that, I wonder? How long before the answer will be 'Which war?'The approach of the Second World War finds suburban insurance agent George Bowling in a reflective mood. As he thinks back to the sedate Oxfordshire village of his Edwardian boyhood, he contemplates regretfully what has happened to England since then, from the First World War, in which he served, tothe seemingly inescapable money-grubbing and mechanization of everyday life in modern London.

The forest of vanishing stars [sound recording]

Parade "Best Books of Summer" pick * Real Simple summer reading pick * SheReads "Best WWII Fiction of Summer 2021" pick

The New York Times bestselling author of the "heart-stopping tale of survival and heroism" ( P eople ) The Book of Lost Names returns with an evocative coming-of-age World War II story about a young woman who uses her knowledge of the wilderness to help Jewish refugees escape the Nazis--until a secret from her past threatens everything.

Garden Share

Do you have more veggies? ... herbs? ... flowers? than you need growing in your garden? Bring them to the library for someone else to enjoy! Drop off your spares to share on Tuesdays (2-8pm) for pick ups on Wednesdays (10am-2pm) and Thursdays (2-8pm). Everyone welcome!

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