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RFPL Reader Central

May 15th, 2015 | By | Category: Welcome

Let RFPL Reader Central help you discover your next great read! We have something for everyone: booklists, staff picks, blogs, bestseller lists, award winners, book discussion groups, and more! All while  delivering reading recommendations based on unique personal interests straight to your computer or mobile device. Start exploring here.



Call for Teen Volunteers!

Apr 17th, 2015 | By | Category: Welcome

Do you love reading and visiting the Library? Come and volunteer during the Children’s Summer Reading Program! To volunteer you must: have a valid RFPL library card, be entering grades 7-12 in the Fall, participate in the RFPL Teen Summer Reading Program. Applications due May 22nd



New Catalog Transition

Apr 16th, 2015 | By | Category: Welcome

As part of our technical transition, the new catalog is now view-only. We are also experiencing difficulty with holds processing. Information regarding your holds may not be accurate.  To check out materials, patrons must have their  library card. Thanks for your patience as we work to resolve the issues. Learn more.  



Librarypalooza is Friday, April 10!

Mar 30th, 2015 | By | Category: Welcome

The countdown begins!

Join us for our biggest event of the year! We’ll have a live magic show, photo booth, balloon twisters, bowling in the Library, a dance floor for the kiddos, ice cream, an after-hours DJ dance party for teens and more!

Librarypalooza runs from 5:30-8:30 pm, with a special teens only (grades 5+) after-party from 8:30-9:45.



ROSETTA STONE @ the RFPL

Mar 11th, 2015 | By | Category: Welcome

rosetta-stone-logo-The RFPL now subscribes to Rosetta Stone!  The Library’s Rosetta Stone subscription includes 30 languages with 50 hours of foundational instruction for each language.  Level 1 instruction is included in the Library’s subscription.  Build a new language foundation with confidence!  Access Rosetta Stone at the Library, at home, or on the go with the mobile app.  Get started here or visit the Library’s Rosetta Stone page to learn more.