Download eBooks and audio books through our electronic library – eBranch2Go powered by Overdrive. Patrons have free access to hundreds of digital books available on Kindles, tablets, laptops and phones – you name it! An Overdrive App is also available on most app stores.
Find your roots and search through genealogy on Ancestry.com – free for our library members! Distributed exclusively by ProQuest and powered by Ancestry.com, brings the world’s most popular consumer online genealogy resource to your library.
Would you like to learn a new language? Look no further than Lingo Lite, a new online language program provided to our library patrons! Click here to get started for free.
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.
Explore the world from the comfort of your home! Global Road Warrior is a massive online information hub used as a guide to our world and cultures. Information includes travel tips and etiquette, societal customs and culture and much more. If you are planning a trip or want to learn about new places, this is a one-stop source to the world. Click here to learn more.
The Song and Story at 11:00 a.m. is now for children aged 3-5 years. Kids and parents are invited to learn a song with Nancy and listen to a story every Wednesday morning beginning in January.
We have a new Toddler Time at 10:30 a.m. for toddlers aged 18 months – 3 years. Toddlers and parents are invited to come for a story and early learning activities every Wednesday morning beginning in January.
Baby and Me is a new program at 10:30 a.m. for newborns up to 18 months. Parents and caregivers are invited to partake in stories, nursery rhymes, playtime and socializing every Thursday morning.
Every month the library has a Lego Fun night from 5:00-6:00 p.m. Each night will have a different theme or challenge for the kids to build with Legos – free play is also encouraged. Completed Lego creations can be displayed in the library until our next program. If you would donate any Lego sets, please call us or send an email letting us know!
The Science Club meets every month to perform experiments and learn about our planet and universe. Each experiment will cover different topics like electricity, temperature and even explosions! Sign up in advance so we know how many people will attend.
Sharing just one book a day gives your child the building blocks for lasting success! Read any book to your infant, toddler or preschooler – the goal is to finish 1000 books before your child enters kindergarten. Sign up and start your reading log today!
Join us on the weekend for our monthly Kids’ Craft. Families are welcome to come at any time during the day to make creative crafts provided by the library. Our next craft is a birdfeeder on Saturday, January 21st.
The library will be transformed into a 9 hole mini-golf course this February – call ahead to reserve your tee time!
Join us in March for our annual game of Life-Sized Candy Land. Children and families of all ages are invited to play.
Students in grades 9-12 are invited to the library for an open forum to talk about anything from current events to resolutions for the new year. Bring your student ID for free donuts & coffee!
The Rose Hill Book Club meets 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 for the book club.
An adult Mah Jongg group meets every Monday from 1:00-3:00 p.m. The group plays american style and welcomes players of all skill levels. Sets are available to accommodate up to 8 players.
Bingo is back! Our yearly Adult Winter Reading program has started with new categories and prizes. Click here for more information about Book Bingo.