Find a Book | Homework – Teens | Homework – Kids | Early Literacy
Watch for flyers at the library and online at our website and calendar for new programs and schedule changes/cancellations
(To learn more about any of the programs listed please contact Jeanette at 970-881-2664 or email at email@example.com)
Summer Reading Program Winners Are…
Level 3 Winner- Maggie
The teen that read the most books is Maya at 156 books!
Teen Book Club new time coming soon for during school!
We are currently reading “The Empty World” Volume 1 Portal Through the Pond
Join us for a fun time reading books that you pick for us to read. Snacks and beverages provided!
Best of all it’s FREE and there are snacks. So come on down and watch some movies with Friends and/or Family!
September 9th at 6pm
The Amazing Spider-man Rated PG 13
Peter Parker embraces his destiny as Spider-Man, falls for Gwen Stacy and fights the Lizard.
September 16th at 6pm
Astronauts embark on a dangerous mission through a wormhole in order to find a habitable planet in a distant galaxy.
September 23rd at 6pm
The Astronaut Farmer
A rancher builds a rocket to blast himself into space. Billy Bob Thornton, Virginia Madsen, Max Thieriot, Bruce Dern, Tim Blake Nelson.
Every Saturday from 12-1pm!
No phones just plain old studying going on.
If you need to use the computers they can be brought in as well as anything else you may need.
IF you need to do a group project let me know and I will set up a schedule for you to use the Stenzel Room.
Back to school already take a break by coming to our Teen programming at the Library!
Keep an eye out for a new Teens Page coming soon!
Contact Jeanette at firstname.lastname@example.org, 970-881-2664, text 970-237-2876
Check out our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/RFLlibrary.
Note: We will be taking pictures so if you haven’t recently signed a picture authorization form, please be sure to fill one out. Ask Programming Director, Jeannette Heath for a form or pick one up at the front desk on the day of the event.
Need a place to meet? Have questions? Program suggestions?
The Stenzel Community Room is available for meetings and library activities. We welcome your feedback and ideas for future programs at the library. Please call 970-881-2664 or e-mail email@example.com with your questions, comments, and ideas.