Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 10:30 am
About Richland Library Cooper
Richland Library Cooper is the perfect spot to connect with friends and neighbors; build your children’s reading muscles; tinker and create; and check out the latest books, music and movies.
Dedicated spaces include:
Inspire lifelong learning; get your kids ready for kindergarten; or build reading muscles in our expanded Children’s Area.
Kids can also tinker, experiment and create with a variety of tools and technology. This space can also be reserved for meetings.
Great minds come together in this open and interactive space. Bring your own laptop or check one out from us.
Teens and adults can tinker, experiment and create with tools in both guided and open lab sessions.
Step away from the hustle and bustle, and enjoy the serenity of our new reading refuge.
Connect with friends and neighbors or grab a newspaper to stay up-to-date with news from around the world.
Covered Book Drop
In a hurry? Drop your items in our new covered book drop—rain or shine.
This location was originally opened in 1961 as a gift from the Cooper family in memory of John Hughes Cooper.
"Cooper has truly become the Forest Acres hub for arts, literacy, and community events, as well as a neighborhood gathering space equipped with the latest technology. Whether you’ll be heading
to the quieter reading room, a coding class in the makerspace, or a storytime with the grandkids—we can’t wait to grab a coffee and connect with you."
-Heather Green, Richland Library Cooper Manager