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Thanks to Mrs. Rozier, Summer Reading Program Coordinator, Library Staff Members. Volunteers, and all sponsors of this year's Summer Reading Program.

 

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Mon, Tues.10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wed., Thur.- Fri.10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat.10:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Special Events
Storytime at Canal Museum
  • Wednesday, July 30 @ 10:30 pm @ Roanoke Canal Museum with Guest Reader City Clerk Lisa Vincent. Fifth Wednesday Pre-school Storytime is held at the Roanoke Canal Museum located at 115 Jackson Street Extended in Roanoke Rapids.
  • Tickets for Summer Reading Program Events
  • Tickets for Thursday Summer Reading Program events are available beginning Tuesday morning at 10 am when the Library opens and will be distributed until all are given out. Children must be registered in the Summer Reading Program to obtain a ticket and attend a Summer Reading Program event.
  • Wednesday DVD Frenzy
  • Every Wednesday DVD/VIDEO Frenzy. It's out the R-O-O-F! Rent One One Free. Normal checkout limits and fines apply. Check with the Library Staff for information.
  • Poetry Reading Extravaganza
  • Saturday, Aug 2 @ 1 pm. Poetry Reading Extravaganza. The group will not meet at the Library in July due to the holiday closing. This event is for those who have written poetry and would like to read their work aloud to an audience or for those who simply want to listen. No registration required.
  • Scrap and Share
  • Saturday, August 9, 10 am - 1 pm Scrap and Share has returned to Roanoke Rapids Public Library under the direction of Mrs. Bonnie Klass. Fee for materials. Pre-registration required. For more information, call the library at (252) 533-2890.
  • Library Card Required to Use Computers
  • As of July 1, 2012, a Roanoke Rapids Public Library card is required for use of public access computers. Only one courtesy visit is permitted per year going by the date of the last courtesy visit. Call the Library or stop by the service desk for more information.
  • Lions Club Large Print Collection
  • Check out the new books in the Lions Club Large Print Collection. The Lions Club of Roanoke Rapids gave $1,125 to purchase over 150 large print books available for circulation. Stop at the service desk for information.
  • Join the Friends
  • Join the Friends of Roanoke Rapids Public Library where you can be a part of a vital organization. The Friends volunteer with the Nifty Thrifty Third Thursday Book Sale, assist with fundraisers, and support the Library in the community. Stop at the Circulation Desk for an application and information. Come be a part and "Read. Learn. Live."

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