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Kingston Public Library

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

The Kingston Public Library is your information center, providing key resource needs for the City of Kingston and surrounding area. Overlooking Watts Bar Lake, just up the hill across from 58 Landing, we invite you to come enjoy the gorgeous view, while taking advantage of the library’s many offerings.

Library closed on Friday, July 3

The library will be closed on Friday, July 3 to celebrate the 4th of July. We will re-open on Monday, July 6 at 9 am.

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Library building will reopen on Monday, June 1

The library will allow the public to enter the building starting Monday, June 1. We will be open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. THERE ARE SOME IMPORTANT LIMITATIONS. Read them carefully before you leave home! We apologize for the inconvenience but we think these rules are critical to our reopening. If anyone who has been in the library […]

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Memorial Day closing: Monday May 25

The library will be closed Monday, May 25 for Memorial Day. We will re-open for curbside service on Tuesday, May 26 at 9 am.

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The Kingston Public Library is now open

The Kingston Public Library is now open but the building is still closed to public. We have new hours and limited services. Curbside books: If you already have a card, we will be inside and will deliver books and dvds to your car! This means you can pick up books that are on hold for […]

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The Kingston Public Library will be closed indefinitely

*** Important update! *** The Kingston Public Library will be closed indefinitely. We won’t be answering the phone or monitoring social media. So, if you must contact us–EMERGENCIES ONLY–send email to kpldirector@gmail.com PLEASE DO NOT BRING BOOKS BACK. All due dates will be extended and overdue fines will be forgiven. Do not put books in […]

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Tennessee READS available to area users with no library cards (please read details!)

EVEN IF YOU HAVE NO LIBRARY CARD, you can download eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, and videos until June 30, 2020.   *** Important! This is only available to those with cell phone numbers in the area covered by Kingston’s regional library system. ***   Computer users: Go to R.E.A.D.S website. Click “sign in” and then click […]

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Library to close completely starting Saturday, March 21

Coronavirus update 3-19-2020 The Kingston Public Library will close completely starting Saturday, March 21. We hope to reopen on Monday, March 30 but this could change. Monday-Friday: CLOSED Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED Friday, March 20, will be the last day to order books over the phone. If you already have a card, we will be […]

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Coronavirus update 3-18-2020: New hours until further notice

Coronavirus update 3-18-2020.. New Hours The building is still closed to the public with new hours and limited services: see details below. New hours until further notice: Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm Saturday and Sunday: Closed   ———————————————————————–   The Kingston Public Library BUILDING will now be closed to the public…HOWEVER, if you already have a card, we […]

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Coronavirus update 3-16-2020, 11.45 am

Coronavirus update 3-16-2020, 11.45 am The Kingston Public Library BUILDING will now be closed to the public…HOWEVER, if you already have a card, we will be inside and will deliver books to your car! This means you can pick up books that are on hold for you. Please call ahead and we will pull items […]

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Coronavirus update

Coronavirus The library has decided to cancel our upcoming programming, including Story Time, beginning March 16 and until further notice. Additionally, we have removed all toys from the children’s area in an effort to help stop the spread of the virus. However, the main library will remain open until further notice. The library staff has […]

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