Download eBooks and audio books through our electronic library – eBranch2Go powered by Overdrive! Available on the App store.
Find your roots and search through genealogy on Ancestry.com – free for our library members!
Tumblebook Library is an online collection of TumbleBooks – animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they’ll love.
Get a close-up view of our library with pictures from our various programs and past community events.
Chick-Lits Book Club
The Rose Hill Chick-Lits meet once a month to discuss both classic books and new releases. The group is always looking for new members to participate and exchange opinions on literature. Extra book copies can be made available or requested from other libraries.
Sharing just one book a day gives your child the building blocks for lasting success! Reading sparks your child’s imagination and the rewards are priceless. Read any book to your infant, toddler or preschooler. The goal is to finish 1000 books before your child enters kindergarten. The library has special prizes for milestones as you go.
Book and Brunch
Teens are invited to the library for Book and Brunch. We meet once a month on Saturday to discuss books and enjoy various snacks and food.
Every month the library has a new play station for parents and children to interact and learn together. Our library strives to encourage early development in ways beyond reading!
The library is home to a new Bridge group!
Join us on Fridays from 1:00 to 3:00. Games require 4 players, but those interested are also invited to watch and learn to play.
Our club meets once a month to create, experiment and learn about science. Every program covers a different topic and teaches children fun ways to discover new ideas. Previous experiments include: explosions, locomotion, airplanes, temperature and more! If you would like to participate, please sign up in advance so we prepare enough supplies.
Join us on October 29th, 2016 for Halloween fun! We will decorate pumpkins and make snacks and crafts. Everyone is invited to wear their Halloween costumes.
Lego Fun Night
Join us at the library on November 21st to build with Legos! Make your own wild creations using Lego and Duplo blocks provided by the library. Children may choose to display their pieces in the library after the program. If you would like to donate Legos to the library, please call or email ahead of time to let us know.
Our Lego Fun Theme for November is 25 Legos!
Be a part of the NERD HERD! We meet once a month to do various activities and games as well as make different crafts. Planned activities include making retro pencil boxes, playing Silent Library, live-action Pac Man and much more.
Alzheimer’s Family Workshop
A workshop will be presented on November 1st by Beverly Wert from Home Instead Senior Care. It will cover subjects such as symptom management and dealing with changes in behavior.
Superhero Training Academy
The library needs your help! Kids are invited to join our Superhero Training Academy to learn what it takes to become a superhero. Tasks will include creating your super persona, making a cape and mask, and practicing different hero skills. With your help we can stop the library’s Book Bandit.
Mah Jongg League
Our Mah Jongg group meets every Monday from 1:00-3:00 p.m. The group plays American style and all skill levels are welcome.