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Summer Reading Starts June 1

KCLS will have programs for all ages as we celebrate reading and community this summer. Join us online and at in-person events, grab a reading log, and start your reading journey today!

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Fresh Start

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We have cleared all late fines from accounts. We call this new initiative A Fresh Start for All. This one-time waiver gives library users a "fresh start" before we resume charging late fines. Lost fees are different from late fines. If library materials are more than 30 days overdue, they are considered lost. A Fresh Start for All will not apply to these fees.
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Meeting Rooms are Now Open

KCLS Meeting Room
Host a meeting at your library, or use the open room for informal study. Local community groups and organizations may reserve the room once a month for public gatherings.
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Redmond Community Resource Center

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The Community Resource Center is open to everyone. Providers can answer your questions and connect you with services such as education, job training, substance abuse treatment, transportation, and housing. No appointment is necessary. 

Every Wednesday, 2-4pm
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Ulysses Read-Along on Bloomsday

Join us to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the monograph publication of Ulysses by James Joyce! Listen to esteemed actors as they read the first chapters of this monumental work.

Bring your own copy of Ulysses, or borrow one of ours. No registration is necessary.

Thursday, June 16, 1pm

Check it out

Explore Juneteenth with SilverKite Arts!

This interactive workshop will explore the history, legacy and lasting impact of Juneteenth through storytelling, music, movement and reflection.

Wednesday, June 8, 10:30am

Join us

Juneteenth for Kids

Learn about Juneteenth with storytellers Zelda Foxall and Debra Harris-Branham.

Share stories, poetry, songs and more in this lively program for ages 7 to 12. 

Thursday, June 9, 1pm
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960 Newport Way NW • Issaquah, WA 98027 
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