New Imagination Stations


The Kent District Library is pleased to announce the addition of two new Imagination Stations to its early childhood literacy program offerings.

Children can pretend they are budding restaurateurs preparing and serving delectable meals at the Wendy’s Imagination Station.  Or they can play make believe with numbers and letters at the C.G. Witvoet & Sons Imagination Station.  These Imagination Stations are part of the KDLville offerings at the Wyoming and Byron Township branches.  

These Imagination Station experiences will be shared with KDL’s Kentwood and Walker branches and eventually be enjoyed by all young KDL patrons. Additional Imagination Stations will be introduced during 2011.

Thank you to all of our Imagination Station sponsors

Please join us in feeding the imagination of a young child with a donation to the KDL Fund today. 


** Read more about the Wendy’s Imagination Station here.

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2 Responses to “New Imagination Stations”

  1. Linda Olson Says:

    Hello, we are in the process of piloting an early literacy center at our Redmond Branch Library. We love the Imagination Stations. Can you provide us with any information on the vendors used, dimensions and/or cost of the two stations featured here?

    Thank you so much,
    Linda Olson-Manager

  2. Sheri Says:

    Hi Linda,

    I’ve passed your message on to our new Development Director, Linda Krombeen, so you should be hearing from her shortly.

    KDL Webmaster