Starting tomorrow, Nov. 15th and going through Dec. 15th, we are starting our annual Food for Fines program. For every item of non-perishable food brought into the library, we will reduce your fine by $1.00!!! Owe $2.85? 3 cans of soup will bring it down to 0!! All items collected will go to the 1st […]
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The library will be closed on Monday, November 12th for observance of Veterans’ Day. We will re-open on Tuesday, November 13th at 9 AM. Thank you and enjoy the 3-day weekend!! […]
RESCHEDULED FOR: Tuesday, November 20th from 7-8:30 PM, the library will be hosting a FREE night of Bluegrass Music with the Doghouse Carpenters. The Doghouse Carpenters play a rootsy mix of American acoustic music spanning Bluegrass, vintage country and classic folk songs. The group features Bill Healy on banjo, mandolin and guitar; Bob Zink on bass […]
We are starting our yearly Book Collection for Operation Santa Claus. We are looking for NEW book donations for toddlers, nursery school, Pre-K and K – 12th grade children. If you would like to donate, please stop by the library and drop them in the white basket located near the circulation desk. Thank you for […]
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Richards Library Published by Michael Sullivan · Just now · In 2010, libraries hosted more than 6,000 Census outreach sites. With the 2020 Census taking place primarily online, libraries’ roles are expanding: Go to: https://bit.ly/CountOnLibraries , for more information.