“How fair is a garden amid the toils and passions of existence!” –Benjamin Disraeli
What better time than summer is there to start digging around in the dirt and become a real gardening expert? Or maybe like me, you’re just starting to fiddle with plants and have no idea where to start. No matter where you are on your gardening journey, Richland Library has some fantastic resources that can help. Why not take the Richland Library Friends’ Summer Learning Challenge? Soon you’ll be on your way to becoming a real gardening guru!
Our nation was founded with the idea that an effective democracy relies on an informed and engaged citizenry. If you're like me, you want to know what is going on in your community and the world, but often get waylaid by other demands on your attention. This summer, let's make a commitment to stay informed and engaged. Take the Richland Library Friends' Summer Learning Challenge! Get started by using this sample Learning Track, or develop your own.
Check out some of what's new for teens at Richland Library. Drop by any location for more great options!
Richland Library will again offer its youth summer volunteer program available to students grades 5-12. Our summer volunteers work one hour per week assisting our staff with the daily work of the library and helping us provide exceptional programs and resources to our community members. We will accept summer volunteer applications until May 16, 2015 or until positions are filled. Please join us!
The 2015-2016 South Carolina Young Adult Book Award Nominees can be checked out from Richland Library. Get your hands on a copy, today!