KCLS Summer Reading program runs from June 1 to August 31. KCLS honors inclusion during the month of June with Pride Month events, World Refugee Day and Juneteenth.
Director’s Blog May 2023
KCLS will eliminate late fines in May. The Library System will increase hours at seventeen locations in May.
Letter from the Executive Director
The Board of Trustees voted to eliminate late fines. Read Lisa G. Rosenblum's perspective on this news and what it means for our community.
Director’s Blog April 2023
KCLS is a finalist for a prestigious national award. Learn about celebration events planned for April at KCLS including National Volunteer Week, National Poetry Month and Children's Day, also known as Dia.
Director’s Blog March 2023
Donations to libraries are investments in our community. Learn how we help patrons find jobs, launch businesses, file taxes, and more.
Director’s Blog February 2023
KCLS remains committed to intellectual freedom. Read about our values and policy updates.
New Initiatives and Offerings Highlight a “Year of Rebuilding” for KCLS
At the King County Library System, a new year always ushers in exciting new opportunities and offerings for our patrons. We believe King County residents have a
For KCLS, December is a Month for Reflection and Celebration
For so many King County residents, December is a time of celebration with family and friends. Candles, tree-lightings and other holiday festivities brighten win
KCLS’ November Offerings Include Veterans, Elections and More
November will be another busy month for the King County Library System, as we focus on Elections, the annual budget, Veterans, and Native American Heritage Mont
The King County Library System Offers a Full Slate of Fall Programming
Is it October already? Hard to believe, and yet a new season is bringing new opportunities to King County Library System patrons. In addition to our ongoing ba
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