Art Exhibit, Discussion on Importance of Reading to Your Child, and Computer Classes Highlight Busy Week at Kingston Public Library
Tom Titterrow, a Florida-based artist who has previously exhibited his work in the Kingston area will be holding an a three-day exhibit at the Kingston Public Library beginning at 10 am Wednesday August 27 and running through Friday afternoon.
Amber Jacks and Tammy Edwards will be the guest speaker Thursday night at the Library’s monthly Thursday Night at the Library Program. They will present Getting Every Child Ready to Read: Beyond Dick and Jane. While the program targets grandparents who are raising their grandchildren, the presenters encourage others to attend as well and learn some basic tools on the importance of reading to your child at an early age. The program starts at 6 pm. Light refreshments will be served.
The Library is also accepting reservations for its upcoming class on Microsoft Excel. The class will begin on Saturday, September 6 at 9:30 am. Space is limited to ten students, so call and reserve your spot. The class is free to one and all and made possible by the Free Access Computer Training Grant awarded the Library earlier this year.
For more information about these and other upcoming programs, call the Library at 865.376.9905 or email Director Steve Jacks at email@example.com.