Stop by the library this week to sign up for the "Reading By Design" Summer Reading Program sponsored by the Friends of the Kings County Library! The "Reading By Design" Summer Reading Program will take place Monday, June 12 - Saturday, July 22 and events will be held at all Kings County Library locations with events for all ages. See flyer for more information.
Stop by our table & say hello on Library Night at the Main Street Hanford Thursday Night Market Place from 5:30pm-8:30pm on the following dates:
Join us Wednesday, April 12 4pm-5:30pm for art exhibit and video viewing of our Veteran's History Project! Refreshments will be served. Call 559-852-4005 to RSVP.
Join us for stories, bread- making, craft, and refreshment with children's author Elisa Kleven! See flyer for more details.
Denise Gruzensky will talk about the cross-country adventures a rescued dog in Not Like the Others-Harley’s Story.
Local businessman Noor M. Memon will talk about how his journeys around the world led him to success in Hanford.
The event will take place in the Hanford Library Meeting Room on Saturday, April 22 from 3pm-4pm.
Local author Marilyn Meredith will be promoting her latest Tempe Crabtree mystery novel Seldom Traveled.
Anne Biggs will discuss her novel The Swan Garden about a young mother’s love, sacrifice, and determination.
The event will take place in the Hanford Library Meeting Room on Saturday, April 15 from 3pm-4pm.
Join us at the Hanford Branch Library for an afternoon with authors Bill Black and Stephen Emanuels as they discuss their book about Lemoore history, A Lonesome Place to Live.
Ruthie Madison talks about the second book of her romance series entitled Baby Blues.
The event will take place in the Hanford Library Meeting Room on Saturday, April 8 from 3pm-4pm.
Come learn writing exercises to generate ideas in writing poetry and discuss how to get your work published. RSVP required! (Refreshments provided). Call (559) 582-0261 or see flyer for more information.
Come to the library and hear a story read in Spanish by students from Jefferson Charter Academy!
This exhibition highlights private correspondence from almost every major conflict in U.S. history to offer insights into the thoughts and emotions of veterans and families upon their homecoming.