Good News from the Talking Book & Braille Center

The Talking Book & Braille Center serves patrons who are blind or visually impaired, as well as those who may have a physical, perceptual or reading disability that makes it difficult to read standard print. Until recently, users with reading disabilities were required to have their application for service certified by a medical doctor that could verify that the disability…
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What We Celebrate: The Grand Rapids Asian-Pacific Festival

By Sara Magnuson Kent District Library will be highlighting heritage and diversity events and festivals throughout the year and focusing on local organizations that bring awareness and engagement opportunities to our community. May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month, and KDL is celebrating the Grand Rapids Asian-Pacific Foundation as they prepare for their…
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Many Hands Make a Great Library

By Christine Mwangi, Director of Fund Development It is hard-wired in all of us to be social beings who enjoy connecting with each other. While the effects of COVID-19 continue to impact our lives, some things have not changed, like the need for volunteers at Kent District Library branches. At KDL, we continue to find…
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