Upcoming Adult Programs
Tuesday, February 27 at 6:00
Global Migration and Refugees
Part of our Camden Conference Series

John D. Doughty will present on February 7 (snow date: 2/27) at 6:00 PM.  His presentation is on Global Migration and Refugees: Why People Migrate, the Economics and Security Implications of Immigration and the Current Refugee Crisis, and What Lies Ahead.
Wednesday, March 1 at 6:00
UNE Marine Sciences
Part of our Camden Conference Series

Dr. Barry Costa Pierce, Chair of the Department of Marine Sciences and Director of the Marine Science Center at the University of New England, will present on March 1 (snow date: 3/6) at 6:00 PM.  His presentation is on UNE Marine Sciences Developing New Trans-Atlantic Ocean Foods Entrepreneurship through International Scientific and Educational Cooperation.
Saturday, March 4 at 10:00
Brick Store Museum Resource Review
Join the Kennebunk Free Library’s Genealogy Group on Saturday, March 4 at 10 AM to hear Brick Store Museum staff members Cynthia Walker and Leanne Hayden discuss resources available for genealogists in the Museum’s Archives, including diaries, ship logs, and photographs, and everything else in between. They will also present recently digitized photographs through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Cynthia Walker first joined the Museum in 2010 as Museum Specialist, prior to becoming Executive Director in 2014. She has a B.S. in History and Middle East Studies from Northeastern University, and an M.A. in History Museum Studies from Cooperstown Graduate Program. Leanne Hayden joined the Museum in 2014 as the Collections Manager, with ten years of previous collections management experience at the Berkshire Museum in Massachusetts. Hayden has a B.A. in Anthropology from UNH, and an M.A. in Prehistoric Archaeology from the University of Durham in England.
The Genealogy Group is free, open to the public and meets nine times a year.  We welcome all new guests.   Be sure to also join us on April 1 when Clay Feeter will present Beyond Your Wildest Imagination!  Making the Drama of Your Ancestors’ Civil War Years Jump Off the Pages.

Crafting Friends
Crafting Friends is a group that meets in the reference room the first Wednesday of each month, from 5:30-7:30. Open to the public, this group meets to socialize and work on individual and varied projects. Bring your current project and all supplies whether it be fiber work, a sewing project, paper or beading creations. As long as it can be done on your lap or small table you can bring it!  
Nifty Knitters at the KFL

Do you love to knit? Have you always wanted to learn? Do you have an unfinished project hidden on the closet shelf? 

Then join us for "Nifty Knitters," our new knitting and handicrafts group! This is a great opportunity to expand your skills and learn from others, about knitting, crocheting, sewing, embroidering, or other handicrafts while enjoying the company of others. Bring a project you are working on, or come learn from the very beginning (please bring your own supplies). Knitting help will be available.

The group will meet every Tuesday morning at 11 AM in our Reference Room. No registration is needed, just drop by for as long as you like. FMI - call the library at 985-2173 or e-mail us.
KFL's Book Discussion Group

The long-standing Adult Book Discussion Group meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 1 PM (no meeting in November and the 6th for Decemberin the Reference Room to discuss a variety of recent and classic fiction. Everyone is welcome to attend; no RSVP is needed. Even if you haven't read the book--there's still a lot to talk about!

Check out our book selection!  
Copies of the books and the audio books too, are available to borrow at the Library. For more information, please contact the Library at 985-2173 or email us.

Non-Fiction Book Group
We are excited to offer this alternative non-fiction book group to our patrons. We meet on the second Monday of the month, with some exceptions. For a listing of our book selections and dates, click here.
Copies of the books are available to borrow at the Library. In an effort to include our commuter friends, books may be available to borrow in audio CD format.

Trivia Questions--AND Answers!
Play for money, play for glory!
Trivia Night is held on the last Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM in our Reference Room. Play alone or team up with friends--there's no limit on team size! Thirty questions; differing difficulty levels and subjects. Participants can either pay to play or play for free.
Pay to play: $2 a head, the winning group gets half the proceeds, KFL gets the rest. Play for free: Free, but not eligible to win cash.

We invite you to participate on the last Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM to join in the fun and in exercising your gray matter!

Writers' Group

This group is currently full.  Please contact us for more opportunities.

KFL hosts monthly writers' group meetings for novice and experienced writers alike. Facilitated by David Morse, who spearheaded the Boothbay Harbor writers group for 15 years, the group's goal is to encourage the enjoyment of writing by providing positive feedback and constructive criticism to the writers of the group. Pencil Sharpener

The group meets year round, informally in July and August, on the second Friday of each month from 10-12 in Hank's Room at KFL. Come prepared to read your current work of prose, short story, memoir or novel and receive constructive comments from other writers. The group will be limited to eight participants. If there is sufficient interest, a second group may be formed. There is no charge.