UPCOMING EVENTS AT K&L

Please note that author events are by invitation only.

English as a Second Language class with 
Rome Refugee Services

Every Tuesday and Thursday 
4:00 PM-6:00 PM

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K&L is pleased to host ESL classes instructed by volunteers from Rome Refugee Services! English language students of all backgrounds and levels are invited to drop by on Tuesdays and Thursdays. No registration is needed and classes are free of charge. Those with questions can contact romerefugeecenter@gmail.com or (315) 371-5214.

Vending at Uticon
Sunday, October 2

10:00 AM-4:00 PM

Uticon is Utica's longest-running comic book benefit show! The event will take place at Mohawk Valley Community College (Jorgensen Athletic/Events Center) and will benefit the American Cancer Society.

 

K&L will be present with an assortment of movie magnets and sci-fi/horror books fit for the occasion.

Nom Nom Soup Potluck Thing
Saturday, October 22
12:30-2:00 PM

Our next foodie event will pay tribute to the tried and true soup. We welcome all community members to bring a pot of their favorite soup - all sorts are welcome! We can provide outlets for crockpots, eating utensils, and water for drinkage. If you can, please bring a ladle as we only have a couple. Free and open to the public!

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K&L Presents Comedy Night at the Capitol:
It's a Gift  & Road to Morocco
Saturday, November 5
2:30 & 7:00 PM

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As a belated birthday present to itself, K&L is thrilled to sponsor a double feature of two of the best comedies of all time!  Experience the movie that inspired Carl LaFong's name, as well as a delightful talking camel . It'll all be presented on the biggest screen in town!

Book Club Meet-Up: 
Giant
Wednesday, November 9

6:00 PM

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In conjunction with the Capitol Theatre's Great Novels, Great Movies series, the K&L Book Club's pick for November is Edna Ferber's 1952 classic, Giant. It is a sweeping generational tale of power, love, cattle barons, and oil tycoons, set in Texas during the first half of the twentieth century.

Join us for the discussion on the 9th - no RSVP necessary! Just show up excited to discuss the book, have some snacks, and pet the cat.

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