Pop the kids in their jammies and head to the Library for an indoor, socially distanced after-hours storytime After hours at the Library, Wednesday, March 16, at 6:30 p.m. We’ll be talking about the best signal that spring is here: Spring Peepers! Stuffed animals are optional! Registration is required and limited.
Why would a woman have a blue face or two noses? Discover the meaning behind Picasso’s portraits and his influence on Pollock on Wednesday, March 23, at 3 p.m. Then create a unique Cubist face that expresses emotion using cut paper collage. The Library will provide supplies for participants. Registration is required, sign up today!
Take the internet home with you when you check out a mobile hotspot from the Library. You’ll get free wifi access for a week so you can surf the internet, help your kids with their homework and utilize the library’s digital resources. Borrowers must be adult RCS Library cardholders.
New March Fiction
“Shadows Reel,” by C.J. Box.
“The Match,” by Harlan Coben.
“The Recovery Agent,” by Janet Evanovich.
“The Summer Getaway,” by Susan Mallery.
— Carol Melewski
Run Rose Run by Dolly Parton and James Patterson
What Happened to the Bennetts by Lisa Scottoline
One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle
French Braid by Anne Tyler
A Sunlit Weapon by Jacqueline Winspear