Outreach Programs

Kuna Library Outreach Program

 

If you’re interested in scheduling an event with our outreach coordinator
please call Alaina at Kuna Library (208) 922-1025. 

Kuna Library is passionate about getting out into the community and meeting our patrons where they are. Through our Outreach Program, our Community Outreach Specialist provides a fitness class to seniors and works to bring knowledge and love for early literacy to local preschools, daycares, and students in the Kuna School District area. Offering storytimes, fun crafts, and educational activities to community classrooms gives students access to library services they may not otherwise have the opportunity to experience. We love partnering with local businesses and working together with other members of the community to share a love of reading with as many people as possible. If you would like to learn more about any of the Outreach Programs we offer, please contact Alaina at Kuna Library (208) 922-1025.

 

Falcon Ridge Charter School LogoBook Sharing @ Falcon Ridge Charter School

Kuna Library is pleased to partner with Falcon Ridge Charter School to bring books and stories to the Falcon Ridge elementary students. Every Monday, Librarian Alaina visits the school with a selection of books from the Kuna Library collection. After reading a story to each class, the students can check out a book from the selection Librarian Alaina brought. 


Storywalk Logo Fall 2022
Community StoryWalk®

Our November story is about a confused squirrel, “The Leaf Thief, by Alice Hemming and Nicola Slater.  The StoryWalk® boards are located along the east loop of the Kuna Greenbelt on the east side of Swan Falls Road. The boards are numbered 1-18, with arrows pointing to the next board. So get out and enjoy the summer weather, the Kuna Greenbelt, and the cute story! Take a picture on your walk, and don’t forget to tag us! #KunaLibraryCommunityStoryWalk

The Community StoryWalk® was made possible by support from our generous sponsors; thank you! 

Logo Friends of the Kuna LibraryInitial Point Real EstateIdaho Community Foundation LogoFirst Interstate Bank LogoCity of Kuna Gateway Logo

Outreach StorytimeOutreach Storytimes

During the school year, the Kuna Library partners with local daycares, elementary schools, preschools, and Head Start programs within the Kuna School District to bring monthly storytimes to students in their classrooms. These storytimes include monthly themes, educational activities, and simple crafts, allowing students to interact with each other and gain an appreciation for reading.


Kuna Community Food Drive LogoKuna Library Food Drive

Kuna Library is a donation drop-off location for the Kuna Community Food Bank. The Kuna Food Bank is hosted at the Kuna United Methodist Church. All non-perishable, non-expired food items are appreciated.
Some of the greatest needs include: 

 

  • Baked beans
  • Canned chicken
  • Cream of chicken soup
  • Ketchup
  • Mayonnaise
  • Mustard
  • Pancake mix – all sizes appreciated
  • Pancake syrup
  • Pork and beans
  • Vegetable oil

 


Tour Kuna LibraryLibrary Tours

The end of the school year brings library tour season. In May of each year, just before the fun of summer, many classroom teachers bring their classes for tours of the Kuna Library. These tours include a thorough walk-through of the entire library, a description of what each part of the library’s “job” is, explanations of book genres and their shelving locations, an introduction to library services offered, meeting staff members, and a peek into the areas of the library not often seen by the public. 


STEM @ Kuna Boys and Girls ClubSTEM @ Kuna Boys and Girls Club

The Kuna Library has the privilege of partnering with the Kuna Boys and Girls Club, which is located at the Old 4th Street Gym, during both the school year and the summer. During the school year, once a week, our Outreach Specialist brings a variety of STEM activities to the Boys and Girls Club classroom during their after-school program. The idea is to allow the students to engage in creative and challenging activities that they may not have access to during the school day or at home. Some of the current club favorites include the Code-a-pillar, Circuit Mazes, and building with Magnatiles.

 

 

 

Visit our calendar to see all programs and special events 

Find out how to get a Kuna Library Card