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Rebecca T. -
Mark your calendar for April 24-26, 2014. The 28th annual Augusta Baker's Dozen Storytelling Celebration is just a few weeks away! This year's featured guest is award winning author and literacy advocate, Pat Mora! Mora is the author of many books for children, teens and adults, and helped found El día de los... More 
Sarah G. -

A Taste of the Peace Corps

This program took place on March 8, 2014. Peace Corp volunteers from many different countries and eras shared their experiences with attendees. Scroll down for photos from... More 
Alice in Wonderland at Richland Library
Sarah G. -
Join Alice on her journey through the whimsical wonderland of the Queen of Hearts and Cheshire Cat! Bring the whole family for this sneak peek of the Columbia City Ballet's Alice in Wonderland on the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's classic tale. Enjoy the show, then meet and mingle with the dancers... More 
Heather M. -
Calling all tweens in 5th-7th grade! Join us this Saturday for our first TAG Team meeting of the year: TAG Team: Sharing the Love We will be creating Valentines, inspired by the book Only One... More 
Heather M. -
A Bud I am a bud, Swinging from side to side. My heart beats through the night, Impatiently waiting to bloom. by Samantha Beckner We're all waiting to bloom, waiting for our moment to shine. For writers and artists ages 6-18... More 
Laura -
Don’t miss award-winning author and literacy advocate Pat Mora at the 28th annual Augusta Baker’s Dozen Storytelling Celebration on April 24-26, 2014. Pat savors writing, presenting, and also promoting creativity, inclusivity and bookjoy. Among Pat's children's books are The Beautiful Lady:... More 
Cathy D. -

Volunteers Set the Stage for Storytime

Did you know that three of our library puppet stages were constructed by volunteers? Storytimes are one of our most popular programs and we want only the best when it comes to introducing young... More 
Rebecca T. -
Halloween is right around the corner, but don't be scared! Dress your family in their costumes and head downtown to celebrate the spookiest holiday with some not-so-spooky activities at Richland Library, the Nickelodeon Theatre and Mast General Store from 4-6 p.m., Thursday, October 31. See you on the stroll! ... More 
Sarah G. -

Happy Halloween from Richland Library Northeast

This Halloween season, you will have two chances to enjoy ever-so-slightly spooky stories, games, and crafts at Richland Library Northeast. The annual Halloween Festival, complete with a... More 


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