It’s no secret that libraries have changed over the last couple of years. So instead of just celebrating National Library Week this year, Richland Library is turning the tables and celebrating the communities we serve.
- Debbie Bloom
Capital City Stadium has a long recreational history. As early as 1825 the Mills Atlas shows a “Fishers Mill Pond” located on the property. In 1852 the Charleston Courier reported that the temperature had dropped so much Columbians were ice skating on Fisher’s Mill Pond. The early part of the twentieth century brought an end to the historic Fisher’s Mill Pond when the Olympia Mill bought and drained the property.
- Melissa Thigpen
How do I find them now? We know that change can be hard, especially when your favorite things have moved and you can't find them. But our goal at the library is not to make finding the things you need hard. We want to make getting what you need easy so we have collected a list of the most used online resources for your convenience. Just click on the links below to get started.
Whether you need help finding a specific book, suggestions for your next read, or assistance with research using one of our subscription databases, we can help.
Most Audiobooks in Overdrive are compatible with a variety of devices.
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Apple products can be used to read ebooks, and to listen to downloadable music and audiobooks.
Barnes and Noble Nook
eBooks can be downloaded from OverDrive to a computer and then transferred to a portable reader, such as the Barnes & Noble Nook.
Your library has more than 25,000 eBooks and 5,000 eAudiobooks, including fiction and nonfiction for adults, teens and children. Audiobooks, music and videos are also available to download any time. These resources are free for you to download and enjoy on your eReader, iPad, computer, or other device.