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City of Kingston Meetings and Events for July

FREE TREES- In recognition of Arbor Day Kingston Parks & Recreation is giving out free black oak, black cherry oak, northern red oak, southern red oak, and white pine saplings. Pick up your free tree at the Kingston Community Center.

Author Cheryl Peyton to Speak at Kingston LibraryThursday Night at the Library on July 24th at 6:00 p.m.  The library is located at 1004 Bradford Way.

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Free Computer Classes Being Offered at Kingston Public Library. The Kingston Public Library will be offering free Microsoft Word and PowerPoint classes beginning Saturday, June 28. The Microsoft Word class will begin at 9:30 and end at 10:25. The PowerPoint class will begin at 10:30 and end at 11:25. Seating for the two classes are limited so if you are interested in taking either class, please call the Library at 376-9905 to register or ask for additional information.  The two classes will run on each Saturday through the end of July.

For more information please contact Director of Library Services Steve Jacks at 865-376-9905

Kingston Public Library Willing to Forgive Fines if Patrons Return Long Overdue Books. The Kingston Public Library has announced that July will be Amnesty Month for all patrons who have outstanding library fines due to not returning books and other library items on time.  Library Assistant Michaela Langley says, “Look under your bed, in your car and in your book bag.  If you have overdue books please bring them back to the Kingston Public Library and your fines will be forgiven!”  If you have any questions concerning Amnesty Month, please give us a call at 865.376.9905 or email us at directorkpl@comcast.net