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Join us for the coolest craft ever: light up duct tape bracelets! These bracelets are bright enough to light your way, with patterns cool enough to wear in public. Don’t miss out! Tuesday 3/28, 3:00 pm after school!
If you missed the screening of Alice’s Ordinary People by Craig Dudnick on March 19 here at the library, we have a copy of the DVD which can now be checked out. Its a story of ordinary people effecting extraordinary change for … Continue reading
Read a Book Because It’s Terrific! Don’t miss your chance to bring the whole family to the library for a story-time read aloud, snacks, crafts, prizes and our annual book swap, this Thursday, March 9th at 6:30 pm.
Join our Homeschool Book Group! This month we’re reading “Escape from Baxter’s Barn,” and discussing it on March 17th at 10:30 in the morning. This book group is perfect for homeschoolers aged 8-14, especially those who love animals!
Our newsletter for March is out! You can see that we have a contest going on for a name for the newsletter. You’ll find all the details there. March 2017 Newsletter
Join the Richards Free Library winter carnival parade group! This year’s theme is the 1980’s! We are walking as Pacman and his cronies, trying to take a bite out of a good book! Sign up at the Children’s Desk ASAP! … Continue reading
Due to the inclement weather, Books on Tap has been rescheduled to next week, Tuesday, January 31, at 6:30 at Salt Hill Pub in Newport. Now you have a few more days to finish reading 11/22/63! Hope to see you … Continue reading
In a hurry? Is there a line at the desk? You can now check out your own items! * You must have your library card with you * Scan library card (you may have to scan twice) * Scan items … Continue reading
On December 8th, 2016, the Richards Free Library presented the 16th annual Pamela Gay Award for Volunteerism to Janice Brehio at the annual Volunteer Tea. Janice Brehio’s long relationship with the library began with her visits as a parent and … Continue reading