Kinsman Free Public Library

January Events

Warm Up America! Donation Drive

January 2-31

We will be accepting donations at the Library throughout the month!

All you have to do is knit or crochet 7"X 9" squares. Or the more advanced yarn crafter can combine the squares into a full afghan. Pick up a brochure at the Library or visit for more information.

Create & Take

Valentine's Day Wreath

Friday, February 2nd from 2:00-3:30pm

Open to teens and adults (12 & up)

Learn how to make a festive deco mesh wreath that you will be sure to LOVE!

· Free of Charge

· Limited space, so registration is a must

· All materials will be provided

To register, call (330) 876-2461 x 2751 or stop in the library!

Shown Below! (decorations may vary)

The Library Now has a YouTube Channel

Introducing The Kinsman Free Public Library's new channel

Technology Classes, please call 330-876-2461 to register!


Get Energized at the Library!

The Library now offers portable chargers along with connecting wires for some phones, laptops, and tablets to borrow while you visit!

Come in and stay a while!

All you need to borrow a charger is your Library card. Chargers may be borrowed to use on Library property ONLY and may not be taken off the property.

Project FeederWatch

The Kinsman Free Public Library is participating in Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Project Feederwatch program again this year, and we need your help! For two consecutive days each month, November 11th through April 13th, we will be counting birds at our bird feeders in the Wellness Reading Garden. Anyone interested in helping to count birds is welcome! Just stop by the front Circulation Desk for a tally sheet and directions, and then head to the garden for a quiet sit down. You can watch the feeders for as little as 5 to 10 minutes, or for as long as you wish!

Here are the watching dates for the 2017-18 season:

January: 10th & 11th; 24th & 25th

February: 14th & 15th; 28th & (March 1st)

March: (Feb. 28th) & 1st ; 28th & 29th

April: 11th & 12th

To learn more about Project Feederwatch, visit