Find a Book | Homework – Teens | Homework – Kids | Early Literacy
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(To learn more about any of the programs listed please contact Jeanette at 970-881-2664 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Summer Reading Program is HERE!
Sign up with your first reading log available now at the library or get them online here under the Summer Reading Program Tab!
This years 3rd level drawing winner for Teens will receive a gift card to the AMC Movie Theater!
Every Thursday Teen Book Club at 11am!
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!
June 6th at 6pm- Jurassic World- PG 13
Chaos erupts at Jurassic World theme park when a gene-spliced dinosaur escapes its enclosure.
June 17th at 6 pm- 2001: a space odyssey- G
Astronauts travel to the moon to study a black monolith before another mission to Jupiter goes awry due to a malfunctioning computer system. Later regaining control of his spaceship, the surviving astronaut travels through a dazzling star-gate.
June 24th at 6 pm- Duff- PG-13
A teen is devastated to learn that her classmates consider her the “designated ugly fat friend.” In response, she enlists a jock’s help in regaining her confidence, and plots to dethrone the school’s queen bee.
July 8th- Apollo 13- Not Rated
The story of the 1970 lunar mission, which suffered an explosion in space that disabled the ship, leaving the astronauts and Mission Control to work frenetically on devising a plan to get the men home safely. Based on actual events.
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!
Teen Computer Time-
Every Saturday from 1-2pm
Come in and enjoy the use of our Stenzel room with the doors shut. You can play your games, music, Facebook and what not without the need to use headphones or talking quietly.
Contact Jeanette at email@example.com, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions, comments, and ideas.