A heap o’ holiday cheer: festive programs for children at KFPL

Sing, read and be merry at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library this holiday season! Join one of the
Library’s jolly programs and events for children of all ages.
“All of our activities are free and fun, something we know families appreciate in the hustle and bustle of
December,” said Brianne Peters, Librarian, Children’s Services. “Join in and make memories you’ll be
talking about years from now!”

Join the jingle bell swing on Saturday, Dec. 10, as KFPL rings up bushels of fun in a special play-based
Saturday Storytime event, Jingle Play. Families are invited to get their jingle on by participating in
games, songs and seasonal movement at the Isabel Turner Branch. Admission will be on a first-come,
first-served basis.
Don’t be a Grinch and miss out on Festive Family Storytime Saturday, Dec. 17! Storytime is happening
at both the Isabel Turner and Calvin Park Branches.
On the evening of Tuesday, Dec. 20, drop by the Calvin Park Branch for Seasonal Family Fun Night. Enjoy
holiday music and a puppet show of the classic tale, The Elves and the Shoemaker, and a newer
seasonal story, Bear Snores On. Admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Finally, newborns and pre-walkers are invited to register for Jingle Bell Babies on Wednesday, Dec. 21,
at the Calvin Park Branch. Parents and caregivers will enjoy a festive combination of stories, songs and
rhymes.
For more information about December activities and all of the library’s special events, visit the
Programs and Events section of the library’s website at www.kfpl.ca.